Vaughan at Holiday House 2010

Holiday House is another amazing showhouse, which benefits Susan G Komen.  We were absolutely delighted with how many designers used Vaughan, and how amazing each room looked at the opening.   A few of us from Vaughan went uptown to the Upper East Side (east 63rd street) to take a look.  If you didn’t have a chance to see it, the main highlights are below (everything with Vaughan in it!).

The Verbier Crystal Chandelier is perfectly framed out by the architecture in this room designed by Marcia Tucker.

Here is another view of our beautiful chandelier.  The Verbier Chandelier is also available in a larger size–take a look HERE.   Even with traditional mouldings and architectural elements, this contemporary chandelier fits perfectly. (photos via Marcia Tucker)

We love how Felicia Zwebner of Art de Triomphe used our mirrors above the nightstand!  These are the Fitzwilliam Oval Mirrors. (photo via Art de Triomphe)

Here is the close up.  We have this hung vertically in the showroom and think it looks great hung horizontally too.  For more Venetian mirrors, take a look at our entire collection HERE!

We ADORE this mood board by MH Studio for the Bachelor pad they designed.  The Colvara Wall Light is mounted on in bronze but it is also available in nickel. MH Studio has a blog as well–take a look!

On the left is our Evry Tripod floor lamp.  It looks very pretty in this room by MH Studio, filled with oranges and other brass tones.  This gilt finish lamp is also available in a rust finish HERE.

Each room is so different but they are all gorgeous, don’t you think?  Which one is your favorite?  Not only was this showhouse a treat to look at, but the proceeds go to a great cause, Susan G Komen. Though the showhouse is closed now, you can take a look at their website for more info!

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