Silent Sunday 2-19-2017
1 hour ago
Design, gardening, entertaining, cooking and other amusing things. Est. 2008
|The timeless living of Garrow Kedigian|
|Designer Garrow Kedigian|
Tip: Don't over think the details. He advises following your inspiration and keeping it simple.
|A subtle reminder of the apartments past owner.|
Tip: Throwing a great party begins with finding a good caterer and having a good relationship with them. It's also very important to be clear about your expectations. I have a great caterer that I use for everything, Soleil. They are really wonderful.
|The hors d'oeuvres are always simple and presented on trays to guests by waiters. This array of trays are waiting for the guests to arrive. The black and white fabric is from Garrow's fabric collection.|
|Beautiful gold rimmed etched glasses.|
Tip: Always serve clear beverages i.e. white wine, champagne or seltzer because they don't stain the upholstery.
|Beautiful flowers are a must. The flowers for this party were done by designer Kurt Miller, |
who is a frequent lucky house guest.
|These beautiful malachite boxes are made to order by Designer Kurt Miller.|
|The Potager with its raised beds and seating area.|
|This beautiful support was made from branches found on the property.|
|The pool and pergola.|
|Our table on the terrace of Rosecliff. The Fretwork tablecloth is made in a custom blue for the show. Garden Folly seat covers on the white ballroom chairs in leaf echo the lettuce Charlotte dinner plates from my collection.|
|The new Thomas charger in gold paired with the Charlotte dinner plate |
in lettuce and Charlotte dessert plate in Celeste Bleu.
|Bettie Pardee's summery arrangement.|
|Arrangement by Jeri Bedient.|
|Custom napkins by Julia B.|
|Hand painted place cards that I made to echo the Garden Folly fabric motif. Vintage place card holders from Etsy.|