Taking place at The Colony Hotel in Palm Beach, Florida
on February 26, 2024
More than 15 top designers will each create their own chic tablescapes to showcase cutting edge decor and lifestyle concepts and to help raise critical funds for The Breast Cancer Research Foundation®
The Honorary Chair for this event is Sarah Wetenhall and the Co-Chairs are Andrea Stark, Jayne Chase, Iris Dankner and Campion Platt
Please join me in the fight against breast cancer!
I am so thrilled to announce that Holiday House is returning to Palm Beach, FL for its 2nd annual Taking It To The Table Tabletop Event! The event is going to take place again at The Colony Hotel on Monday, February 26, 2024. Approximately 20 of the industry’s top designers will be designing their own chic dining vignettes to showcase cutting edge decor and lifestyle concepts to be viewed for one night only by the general public, the design industry and design enthusiasts all while raising critical funds for breast cancer research.
We can’t wait to be reunited again this February to enjoy the best of tabletop design and most importantly to work towards our mutual goal of living in a world without breast cancer.
Holiday House is returning to Palm Beach, FL this February for our 2nd annual Taking It To The Table Tabletop Event where approximately 20 high-end interior designers will each decorate their own chic tablescapes in the famous ballroom of The Colony Hotel to be viewed by the public for one night only in an effort to raise funds for breast cancer research.
The designers involved represent the best interior designers in the field. Our 2024 Palm Beach Tabletop designers include ALEXANDRA NARANJO DESIGNS, ASHLEY STARK HOME, BEACH GLASS DESIGNS, CAITLIN KAH INTERIORS, CAROLINE RAFFERTY INTERIORS, DESIGN BY TULA, HOME IN HARMONY DESIGNS, JENNIFER GARRIGUES, INC., KIMBERLY PUCCI, LEWIS MILLER DESIGN, LOVESHACKFANCY, MABLEY HANDLER HOME & DESIGN, MONIQUE OGILVIE DESIGNS, PHILIP GORRIVAN DESIGN, R/TERIOR STUDIO, and THE LEWIS DESIGN GROUP
Founder Iris Dankner is a 20+ year breast cancer survivor and created Holiday House to raise crucial funds for the prevention and cure of breast cancer.
Proceeds from Holiday House events benefit the Breast Cancer Research FoundationÂ® (BCRF), which was founded by Evelyn Lauder in 1993 and works tirelessly towards achieving prevention and a cure for breast cancer by providing critical funding for innovative clinical research at leading medical centres worldwide, and increasing public awareness about good breast health.