New York Metro Imagine - Winter 2010 - (Page 22)

Salt and pepper shakers at Jean’s Silversmith. Kathryn viewing antique porcelain with owner Steve Wolf at Bardith. GO-TO BY ALICIA FICALORA TABLETOPS A ll designers know that interior design is driven by the touchstones of their client’s lives. That’s especially true at holiday time, when they’re called upon to move things around, to fill in the blanks, and to just to enhance, somehow, the homes of their clients during this most eventful time of year. with them on a shopping trip and have them show us some of their favorite go-to resources. Kathryn Scott: Paving with Silver Kathryn Scott is an award-winning practitioner who is internationally recognized for her unique eye, artistic background and diverse portfolio. This past season she designed the tabletop for this year’s Susan G. Koman Holiday House. We thought it would be fun to learn how she would add holiday sparkle to an imaginary dinner party. Shopping, anyone? During this past season, we asked two of our favorite designers, Kathryn Scott and Gretchen Reinheimer, if we could tag along Gretchen Reinheimer at Hudson River Woodworks with Rob Levy. Gretchen with Manfredi Gonzalez of M&G Design. 22 |

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of New York Metro Imagine - Winter 2010

New York Metro View Imagine - Winter 2011
Table of Contents
Message From the Prez
Emerging Professionals Message
Student Rep Message
The Many Facets of Ron Bricke
Tradition Is the New Luxury
Go-To Tabletops
ELF at the Waldorf
What’s New at Potterton Books
Message from Membership
Past Events
Advertisers Index/

New York Metro Imagine - Winter 2010