Interior Design Inspiration: DIFFA Dining by Design

Every year at the Architectural Digest Home Show, interior designers and even interior design students create stunning tablescapes for Dining by Design to raise funds and promots the Design Industries Foundation Fighting Aids (DIFFA). Per the DIFFA website “DINING BY DESIGN brings together internationally celebrated designers and local talent to create three dimensional dining installations that awe, inspire, and delight”.

Since this is Wordless Wednesday, I will let the pictures tell the story. Enjoy!

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Neutral and serene

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Circles and More Circles

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Student Design with Cardboard and Rope

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Love the colors in the backdrop and the different flowers in each bowl

 

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Cheeky Colorful Lampshades

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Layers of Fabrics by Echo - dining in Marrakesh? (from Echo blog)

 

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Left - cotton and spools of thread. Right - butterflies (photos from Interior Design magazine)

I love to hear from you…If you could create an unusual tablescape for your next party, which one would you choose?

(all photos mine except for last two: Echo blog and Interior Design magazine blog respectively)

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One Response to “Interior Design Inspiration: DIFFA Dining by Design”

  1. Liz Says:

    LOVE this review – sad I missed it.


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