Dining by Design Boston, v.2


Dining by Design makes a return appearance in Boston this week. Fantastic table displays await during this three day event, proceeds of which go to support the Community Research Initiative of New England. Click here for more information.

Here is a photo I took at last years’ event. This electric space was designed by Billy Evers of Rafanelli Events Management and Marc Hall of Winston Flowers and was sponsored by Ricardo H. Rodriguez and Michael Kelley. This image also appeared in Elle Decor magazine a couple of months ago as part of a spread on the 2007 Boston event!

Click here for more images from the 2007 event.

Here’s a list of exhibitors this year: Benjamin Moore, designed by David Stark
Beringer Vineyards, designed by Marc Blackwell
Boston Common Magazine, designed by Mike Witt of Mike Witt Design
Boston Design Center, designed by Andrew Anderson of Ilex Designs
Cal Cohen, MD, MSc, designed by Frank Campanale of Diseño Bos
Dolezal Architecture + Interior Design, designed by Doug Dolezal
Elit by Stolichnaya, designed by David Rockwell/Rockwell Group
Hewlett Packard, designed by Vivienne Tam
JANUS et Cie, designed by Janice Feldman Kravet Inc.
Gleysteen Design LLC, Mark Christofi Interiors, Woodmeister Master Builders, designed by Marcus Gleysteen, Mark Christofi, and Jim Catlin
DIFFA Memory Table, designed By Chip Cheatham/Pierce Martin
Online Buddies, designed by Charles Fletcher of Charles Fletcher Designs
Phi Design Group, designed By Michelle Gubitosa
Sanford Custom Builder & Duffy Design Group / D Scale, designed By Dennis Duffy
The New York Times, designed By Doug Wilson for Design Within Reach
W Hotel Residencies by Sawyer Enterprises and Sales and Marketing Otis & Ahearn, designed by Bentel & Bentel with Meichi Peng
Wainwright Bank, designed by Leslie Saul & Associates
Webster & Company, designed by Fotene Designs
Winston Flowers, Kortenhaus Communications, Domani and Suzanne B. Lowell Lighting Design, designed by Marc Hall and Kate Kennen

Am very excited to attend the event this weekend, so stay tuned for photos!

xoxo Linda Would you like my Favorite Tips for a Well-Decorated Home? Click here!

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