Kips Bay Showhouse and Gilt Home


{The landing, complete with a peacock blue sofa, seagrass wallcovering with nailhead trim, and a cane-print rug was designed by Robert Verdi and Deirdre D’Elia.}

Gilt Home has teamed up with the famed Kips Bay Showhouse this year for an amazing contest. Over the course of the next three weeks they will be updating the Gilt Home Facebook page with photos and videos as the Kips Bay rooms come together from designers such as Vicente Wolf, 2Michaels, and Jennifer Post. Then, on November 4, they will sell the furnishings from Kips Bay at an exclusive Gilt Home sale.

kips9 {The Kips Bay “Trophy Kitchen” designed by Eve Robinson}

Gilt Home fans on Facebook can enter to win a two-hour consultation with one of the featured Kips Bay interior designers and a $1,000 credit to shop at Gilt Home. To enter, simply visit their Facebook page and register for this unique opportunity.

kips4 {Noel Jeffrey created the glamorous master bedroom}


{The elegant master bathroom designed by Ed Ku and Etienne Coffinier features

hand-blown glass bubbles by Suzan Etkin.}


{Elizabeth Pyne of McMillen Plus designed this pale aqua and gold vignette.}

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  1. I love the landing with the blue velvet sofa. Very dramatic. The lighting in the “trophy kitchen” is a stunner. The closeup of the Elizabeth Pyne room is a lot warmer and less scary than, the pic I used on my blog from further back. If I hadn’t seen the other pic first, I might like the room.