A Spring tablescape with daffodil centerpiece by Sam Allen for the 2016 Lenox Hill Gala in New York City, via @sarahsarna.


Spring is a perfect time to host a garden party, Spring luncheon, or an “in bloom” themed brunch. Every year the Lenox Hill Neighborhood House of New York welcomes the new season with their annual Spring Gala, held at Cipriani 42nd Street. This year’s benefit, entitled, “A Century of Design,” held yesterday Wednesday, April 13, 2016, is the first one I’ve missed in a while, and looks to be the most spectacular, yet.


The event, which benefits the charitable programs of the Lenox Hill Neighborhood House, serving those in need who live, work, or attend school on the Upper East Side, featured 50 tablescapes, each decorated by a renowned interior designer, using the Spring Season and the theme “A Century of Design,” as their inspiration. These table settings – beautifully photographed by Marco Ricca and Roberto Ricci D’Andonno – are, I promise, unlike any you’ve seen before. Each table design is guaranteed to provide you with unique, fresh ideas for how to think outside of the box when it comes time to dress up a table. Find the name of each designer above the tablescapes and leave me a comment letting me know which table settings you find most inspiring.

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I love this gorgeous Spring tablescape by Kapito Muller for the 2016 Lenox Hill Gala in New York City, via @sarahsarna.

Author: Sarah Sarna

Interior Designer and Editor helping intelligent women unlock their style and own it, à la: decorating, fashion, beauty, and beyond.

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  • Christine Conte

    My favs were Christopher Spitzmiller, love the jewel tones and Linsey Coral Harper, and please, the chinese food boxes with her logo, she does not miss a trick!