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Fri Nov 17 2017

The Holiday House 2017

Raising funds for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, the UK’s first Holiday House, was an absolute design triumph. Bringing together the best of London design, the project aimed to showcase the latest in luxury interiors, art and home décor. Working together to create the ‘dream holiday house’, 25 brands and designers collaborated to create a stunning two-part exhibition, open to both press and public.

Holiday House, originally founded in New York in 2008 by interior designer and breast cancer survivor Iris Dankner, combined her love of quality interior design with an extremely good cause. Having never before been brought to London, a city renowned for being a stylish, innovative and design-forward, the organisers felt it was time to bring the project across the pond. Working alongside Iris to bring this project to life, was Marketing Chair and luxury interior influencer, Grant Pierrus, the Interior Style Hunter.

Based in the idyllic Maida Vale, each room was designed by a different designer, giving design lovers the chance to experience the best London has to offer. Our personal highlights included the eye-catching Meredith Ostrom Studio’s Viking Rock Princess bedroom and Studio Suss with the all pink everything Teenage Dream.

We were also excited that our own client, The Window Film Company were involved with the project. Managing Director, Micky Calcott, speaks about their delight at being involved with this collaboration:

“It was a privilege to be able to play a part in such a fantastic event. The fact that so many incredible designers are coming together to help raise money for what is a hugely worthwhile cause is fabulous and it was great to help someone as talented and respected as Sophie Paterson to achieve her vision for the show. It’s exciting and rewarding to have been involved and we’re delighted with the way the film looks.”

The Holiday House is available to visit until 10th December, and is most definitely not one to miss!

Charlotte Waddilove