For any home decoration company like BD Decorators, it’s a great honor to be called to decorate any popular home or to be called to display their work in a home decoration show.
For this year’s Kips Bay Decorator Show, an affluent mansion, located in the Big Apple’s Upper East Side, will act as the canvas for the decoration expo’s chosen decorators.
The mansion is located at 110 East 76th Street, NYC and is valued at $51 million. It was listed by developer Joseph Chetrit, back in 2017, one of three large and affluent townhouses on East 76th Street. All three mansions were made via combining six brownstones into a few, but large megamansions, with the price tags appropriate for their scale. The smallest is 13,000ft2, the largest is 15,000ft2, with the cheapest at $39 million. The home to be used for the Decorator Show is the most expensive of the three.
Over 20 interior designers were chosen for the event, and will decorate one of the many, many, rooms of the mansion as part of the show, which happens at May 2018.
Organized and handled by the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club, the event has attracted the attention of decorators like BD Decorators, as the best and most notable of interior events in the Big Apple, with designers like Victoria Hagan and Thom Filicia having participated in the past.
This new canvas will have plenty of space for the designers to work their magic, as the 15,000ft2 home has a staggering eight bedrooms, with a master suite so big, it’s larger than most of New York’s apartments. Additionally, the mansion features 10 bathrooms, a fully-landscaped backyard with a roof terrace, and other myriad features, perfect for the decorators hoping to flex their creative muscles.
The East 76th Street townhouse continues the show’s tradition of using affluent and on-the-market townhouse as the canvas for its decorators. Back in 2017, China Institute’s former Upper East Side HQ was used as the backdrop for the show, while Extell’s Carlton House mansion and the Arthur Sachs mansion on East 66th Street were the backdrops for 2016 and 2015, respectively.