The Architectural Digest Home Show is held at Pier 94 in New York City ever year, highlighting new artists, manufacturers and products. The show is also home to Dining By Design, an event that raises money and awareness for DIFFA, Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS, and is a big draw for designers, bloggers and show-goers alike. Interior designers, artists and schools pair with companies to create extravagant and emotional tablescapes and scenes. On the eve of the opening, a gala dinner is held where a few lucky diners get to experience sitting around these decorated tables.
This past Thursday, the show was open to the trade and I had the opportunity to visit the stunning showcase. There were over 40 tables created and each was unique and inviting. Although it's hard to narrow it down, here are a few must-sees:
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