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Issue Date: 2018 OCTOBER, Posted On: 10/24/2018


10252018 One Kings Lane Designers Create 'Shoppable' Room at Holiday House NYC

ONE KINGS LANE CREATES 'SHOPPABLE' ROOM AT HOLIDAY HOUSE NYC


One Kings Lane Interior Design created this stately but cozy and completely shoppable space at the 2018 Holiday House NYC showhouse, featuring this vintage Chinese Art Deco rug from Rahmanan.

NEW YORK -- The annual Holiday House NYC, founded in 2008 to support the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, opened Oct. 24 with rooms decorated by 22 interior design companies, including a shoppable space by One Kings Lane Interior Design.

Products in the One Kings Lane space, which includes a dining and living area opening to an outside patio, may be purchased on site or on the company' s website. Located in a townhouse at 118 E. 76 St. on NYC's Upper East Side, this year's house will be open to the public through Dec. 2.

Now in its eleventh year, Holiday House NYC was founded by designer Iris Dankner, a breast cancer survivor, and the event raises money for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Ninety-one cents of every dollar spent on tickets to the show go to the research organization, and One Kings Lane is donating a portion of sales of items in the room to the charity.

One Kings Lane announced its participation in the Holiday House NYC in an Instagram post.

In an Instagram post, One Kings Lane president Debbie Probst wrote: "Years to get to this point ... a major honor that we designed a room at this year's @holidayhousedesigns show house. Dreams do come true... with a dream team of interior designers and stylists @onekingslane. Thank you @irisdankner for believing in us as interior designers and letting us stretch our imagination in this space and thank you to all the vendors and artists that let us beg, borrow and steal. Come visit and support the fight against breast cancer."

The One Kings Lane holiday space is a sophisticated mix of vintage and new furniture and accessories and features a palette of persimmon and blue. Area rugs in the space are from Rahmanan Antique & Decorative Rugs. The online sale includes vintage Chinese Art Deco rugs ranging in price from $4,899 in an 8'10" x 11'8" from Eli Peer Oriental Rugs  to an 11'4" x 9' carpet from Rahmanan Antique & Decorative Rugs at $9,305. An antique Chinese carpet from R. Banilivi & Son retails at $5,219 in 9' x 11'5". 

An antique Chinese Art Deco rug from Rahmanan Antique & Decorative Rugs anchors the One Kings Lane living room at Holiday House NYC.





















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