|Tony Baratta updated the dollhouse and the over sized Great Room bringing a fresh new appeal|
more of my favorite, stylish and smart designs at the
Ronald McDonald Designer Showhouse
in Hyde Park, Long Island
By now the showhouse has closed to the public and the Ronald McDonald house is back to their busy schedule providing housing for families and children receiving treatment for cancer and other diseases. With the newly upgraded spaces by some of the area's most talented interior designers, the home has lots of inspiration, comfort and luxury to offer guests...just one small help to try and make their lives a little bit easier.
Play Room is a delight with over sized jars filled with candy, tea party accoutrements, and a dreamy dress-up closet made in memory of a special little girl. Some of Bunny's sources: Benjamin Moore paint, John Robshaw Textiles, Hyman Hendler trim, The Brass Center, Pottery Barn Kids, Restoration Hardware, Samuel & Sons, Tarr Technologies.
transformed seven bathrooms and washrooms in the house (yes, seven!). With wallpaper, top of the line bathroom fittings and unique fabrics and combinations, Daniel made these rooms pop with style and substance. She utilized sources from Anthropolgie, Caesarstone, Brunschwig & Fils, Currey & Co., Donghia, Duravit, Hangrohe, Henredon, Hinson, Holly Hunt, Lee Jofa, Little Owl, Ikea...to name a few!
created a stylish small space with textures and unusual colors in Room 208. I love that recessed Moroccan cut out above the headboard, which gives the room height and instant architecture. Some sources--Ralph Lauren Home, Martin Albert Interiors upholstery, Artistic Tile and Kravet sources.
Nursery is a fabulous use of this cozy space, giving it a classic and stylish appeal. Some of their sources include-- Brunschwig & Fils, BK Wallcoverings, Circa Lighting, Hickory Chair furniture and more...