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2023 Kips Bay Decorator Show House

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The Owner and Principal Designer of Amy Studebaker Design, Amy is continually recognized for her signature award-winning aesthetic. Her ability to layer color and pattern, as well as blend new and antique concepts, creates a home that is fresh, inviting, and timeless. She collaborates closely with each client to design beautiful, functional interiors, that feel both comfortable and collected.

Since founding ASD in 2010, Amy has designed luxury residences in Missouri, California, New York, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Arizona, Texas, Michigan, Idaho, and Indiana. As Amy’s national portfolio continues to rapidly grow, so too has her press recognition, with features and articles in Southern Living, Martha Stewart, The Cottage Journal, Romantic Homes, and Forbes.

Amy resides in St. Louis with her husband, adorable son, and Goldendoodle (Biscuit).



Billy Ceglia is known for interiors that transcend period and time, creating classic environments that are perfect for modern living. His distinctively hip, modern, and witty flair endears him to his clients, who come to him for rooms that are infused with glamour and elegance without being stuffy or overdone. A self-avowed tabletop aficionado and collector of many things, Billy is a graduate of NYSID and began his career with Ralph Lauren before opening his eponymous design firm in 1999. Based in Connecticut, Billy’s projects can be found across the country and have been featured in publications such as Traditional Home, Architectural Digest, Veranda and Luxe, among others.

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Christopher Peacock began his career in London during the early eighties, working at Terence Conran’s furniture store in London. After accepting an offer to work in the US he traveled first to Boston Mass, where he worked as a designer at the Boston Design Center and then continued his career in New York City working as a kitchen designer at the Architects and Design building.


He launched Christopher Peacock Cabinetry in 1992, beginning with a single kitchen display inside a small store in Greenwich, CT. The vignette drew the attention of architects, designers and a discerning clientele.  The Christopher Peacock cabinetry brand soon proved its worth, quickly establishing itself as the paradigm of beautiful hand-crafted classic British cabinetry, but made to order in the USA. By owning and operating the showrooms and production facility the quality control and high standards were always under his control.


Since those early days many distinctive showrooms have been opened throughout the USA and Europe, with locations in Greenwich, Chicago, Boston, San Francisco, New York City, Short Hills, Dallas, Nashville, and in Cannes, Cote D’Azur, France as well as Jakarta, Indonesia.



Danielle Rollins is a burgeoning all-American lifestyle brand created on Danielle’s effortlessly elegant personal style and inherently great taste. As an internationally known tastemaker and trendsetter, interior and clothing designer, author and online influencer, she is recognized for Gracious Living and Stylish Entertaining.

Founder and creative director for Danielle Rollins Interiors her overriding joy is in providing inspiration for achieving beauty in everyday living, whether it is through home decorating or flawless entertaining. Licensed collaborations and lifestyle product collections are slated to come out in 2019 to coincide with the launch of a new book. Highly sought after among the design industry, Danielle has participated in collaborations with Brunschwig & Fils, de Gournay, Schumacher, Samuel & Sons, Sanderson, Zoffany, Fromental, Pierre Frey, Thibaut and many more of the top design houses in the industry as well as projects with Pottery Barn and Ballard Designs. 

She is an outspoken advocate of women’s issues and women’s rights, passionate female entrepreneur who believes in giving back, a proud mother of three young adult children, and she lives in Palm Beach, Florida.

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David Frazier is a New York-based Architectural and Interior Designer. David received a professional degree in Architecture from Auburn University, and is an alumna of the internationally acclaimed Rural Studio. There, he designed and built a town hall in Newbern, Alabama, which received the 2013 Arch Daily Building of the Year. 

David’s career began at Meyer Davis in New York where he worked on many award-winning projects of various scales around the world. Prior to starting his eponymous firm, David was studio director at a residential interior design firm based in New York.

David has a discerning eye for detail, and believes in the importance of place-based architecture and interiors that are reflective of his clients and their lifestyles. He has designed and completed projects in New York City, the Hamptons, the North Fork of Long Island, Connecticut, Denver, Vail Valley, California’s Napa Valley, Chicago, Mexico, and throughout the South.



Delia Kenza is a Brooklyn-based interior designer who specializes in complete renovations of urban living spaces. She officially launched her career in home design nine years ago, putting her stamp on a diverse range of projects – from her own real estate investments to renovations for clients who place unequivocal trust in her design vision for their homes.

She realized her passion for design at a young age, heavily influenced by Delia, the grandmother whose name she shares. “She was elegant in everything she did, everything she wore, and in how she lived,” Delia says. A seamstress by trade, Delia Kenza’s grandmother surrounded herself with beauty. From the “emerald green slubbed silk” she used to reupholster her sofa, to the “delicate porcelain dishes” in her cabinets, it was clear to Delia Kenza, even as a child, that her grandmother was a person of quality and style with exquisite taste. 

Delia Kenza resides in Brooklyn with her husband and two daughters.



Eneia White is known for her positivity, warm smile, and creative approach to problem-solving. Born and raised in a small suburb between Baltimore, Maryland, and Washington, D.C., Eneia grew up in one of the most diverse cities in
America, grooming her early appreciation for learning through cultural diversity. Her favorite part of the design process is getting to know the client and understanding what they are communicating verbally and non-verbally to deliver an end result they feel represents their aesthetic and the way they want to live. With a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design from The Art Institute of Washington, Eneia has mastered the technical side of the design process, bridging the gap between innovative ideas and the expertise required to successfully bring them to life.

Eneia currently resides in Queens, New York. When she's not designing interiors, she enjoys building and collecting miniature dollhouses, reading, and trying out the latest restaurants the city has to offer. 



Ruben and Katie Gutierrez are the co-founders and principal of Errez Design, an international Interior Design firm now over a decade old. Errez Design creates multi-faceted and multi-layered interiors that are a reflection of their client’s self-expression. They are the creator of the interior design movement called Biographical Design which is a design philosophy that has a structured approach to finding their clients unique self-expression so that their home can support that expression. Ruben and Katie’s clients rage from CEOs of global brands, to the President of a TV network, to a restaurant chain owner, a major urban developer, and a famous theater actor. There international work has been published in many mainstream publications

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Honey Collins got an early start in the design field. Raised in Atlanta, Georgia, Honey spent much of her childhood hiding in fabric samples as she followed her mother, noted Atlanta decorator Susan Wilcox, around the Atlanta Design Center, as well as playing store in the antique shop her mother owned. Needless to say, she was exposed to good design and fine antiques from day one- the perfect start to a life spent in interior design. These early memories have reinforced her belief that your home should be a reflection of all the things you love. Now living with her family on Boston's North Shore, her work takes her across New England and beyond.

From waterfront homes on the coast to urban lofts in New York City, to the classical colonial in Connecticut, Honey holds to the same philosophy. Rooms should have touches of old and new-antiques combined with contemporary pieces create a room with classic bones, but are updated with modern colors and texture. 



Originally from the West Coast, Katherine Shenaman has lived in South Florida for the better part of 20 years. She first studied psychology and art at Palm Beach Atlantic University but transitioned into the interior design industry shortly after graduation. She began by working for a design boutique in Nantucket and then later for a prominent architect in Palm Beach.


Katherine has had her own design company since 2005, which she launched in New York; she and her team offer full-service design for decoration and renovation projects alike. She earned her MA at the University of Buckingham and Wallace Collection in London, focusing on British and French Decorative Arts and Historic Interiors. With each project, Katherine seeks to combine her unique historical perspective on homes and the practice of ‘living well’ with the every-day lives of her clients. Each project for her begins with a focus on the foundation of the home, as the centerpiece of living well and living authentically.  



As Architectural Digest observed, interior designer Katie Ridder’s interiors are "a richly layered extravaganza of exotic patterns and bright hues, peppered with venerable antiques.” A member of Elle Décor's A-List, she has appeared on the House Beautiful and New York magazine's "Top 100" designer lists. Clients from Switzerland to Kentucky have commissioned her to design the interiors of spaces as varied as Japanese pavilions, Palm Beach estates, Park Avenue apartments, and downtown lofts. Her successful wallpaper and fabric lines are represented at Holland & Sherry showrooms throughout the country, as well as in Europe. Her work has been published in Architectural Digest, Elle Décor, Veranda, Town & Country, House & Garden, House Beautiful, The New York Times and Wall Street Journal. Katie’s first book, Rooms, was published in 2011. A House in the Country, co-authored with her husband, architect Peter Pennoyer, features the couple’s house and garden in Millbrook, New York. Katie’s latest book, More Rooms, was published in September 2020. Katie is a member of the Friends of Horticulture at Wave Hill, and she serves on the board of the Garden Conservancy.



To say John Lang loves South Florida and everything that grows here is an understatement. From his acclaimed high-end estate and resort designs he branched out to create one of the largest tree farms in Florida. He didn't stop there. It is one thing to design; John wants to see his landscapes come to life. So, he has been a part of several landscape installation companies.


Along the way, John studied Renaissance architecture at the Vicenza Institute in Italy and graduated from the University of Florida with a degree in landscape architecture.


Residential estates, golf courses, hotels and resorts around the world bear his name as designer and facilitator. In addition to his global portfolio, his firm has been recognized through numerous awards. Architectural Digest, Palm Beach Illustrated, and Luxe Magazine have profiled his projects.


John leads a talented team of designers who are among the best and brightest. They are the backbone of everything Lang Design Group achieves.



Dallas-based designer Lindley Arthur spent a decade in public relations before she took a leap of faith, turning her love of antiques into a specialty business. In 2008, she set up shop in Antique Row on Dallas’ Lovers Lane, and before long, her scope naturally expanded into interior design. Today, her firm, Lindley Arthur Interiors, focuses on residential projects in Texas and beyond.


Lindley’s design philosophy is that homes should be a well-curated collection of old and new, resulting in timeless interiors with a fresh edge. The placement of striking, clean, well-selected antiques remains a priority in all projects. As the mother of two sons, Leighton and Benton, it is no wonder that she loves to escape into her design work, which offers a creative outlet in a house full of boys.


Her design work has been seen in Southern Living, Southern Lady, Luxe Interiors + Design, D Home, Interiors Texas, My Domaine, and Cubby.



Growing up in Palm Beach in the 1970s, Amanda experienced Florida at its most magical. The style, the architecture, the climate – it would all imprint on her, taking root and blossoming throughout the years.

Through her 20s, Amanda worked at WWD and W magazine, as well as PR for Gucci and other luxury brands in New York, Paris and London. In her 30s, she moved to Nassau full-time and applied her design eye to her own home, then to properties associated with her husband’s development company, and eventually for friends who became clients (and, of course, clients who became friends).

Throughout her work, she kept the focus on breezy sophistication and vibrant layers of texture and color – the hallmarks of inviting spaces to host family and friends.



Lucy Doswell is known for creating fresh and timeless interiors with a mix of contemporary elements and classic design. She specializes in designing sophisticated yet comfortable spaces with a flair for the unexpected that are layered with antiques, fine art, and accessories. Previously, she honed her skills in the trade as an interior designer at Ashley Whittaker Design and EPiC Design. After living in New York City for almost eighteen years, Lucy, her husband and their two children recently relocated to her native hometown of Charlotte, North Carolina.

Lucy Doswell Interiors is a boutique, full service interior design firm with offices in both New York City and Charlotte. Lucy’s projects have been featured by House Beautiful and The Wall Street Journal. The firm is currently working on and has completed projects, both residential and commercial, in New York City, Long Island, Connecticut, Maryland, Washington D.C., North Carolina, Tennessee, Florida, Alabama and Texas.

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Mabley Handler Interior Design was founded when Jennifer Mabley and Austin Handler relocated from New York City to the Hamptons full-time in 2002. Jennifer was already an accomplished interior designer, and also owned and operated her own retail furniture store and fabric & drapery stores in lower Manhattan and Greenwich, Connecticut. Austin’s background in graphic design and photography, along with his passion for architecture made for a perfect partnership. Over the last two decades Mabley Handler Interior Design has grown to become one of the leading design firms in the Hamptons. They have recently expanded, opening an atelier back in New York City in an office once occupied by the venerable Albert Hadley, and have plans to open another design studio in Palm Beach.

In the spring of 2017, Mabley Handler Interior Design introduced their award-winning 35-piece lifestyle furniture and fabric collection with Kravet. A second licensed collection with Kravet, comprised of an additional 45 pieces, launched in the fall of 2022. 

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Megan Grehl Design Studio is a practice of empowerment; elevating each detail, each design, each client, and each team member to their highest potential by accentuating strengths and melding together each unique perspective. Since 2014, our diverse team has married the typically disparate practices of Architect, Interior Designer, Product Designer, and Construction Manager into one inextricable thought process. It is from this vantage point as a multi-faceted, collective unit that we can craft beautiful experiences and ensure cohesion from ideation to completion. With each project, we cultivate a specific design concept that strives to reach the perfect alchemy of monumentality and intricacy, while capturing our client’s style and functional needs and injecting Megan Grehl’s taste, boldness, and intrigue. Megan Grehl is composed of international, passionate, fearless women who are collectively proficient in English, Mandarin, French, Spanish, Italian, and Arabic. 



Paladino Rudd designs are characterized by classic transitional style, beautiful woods & tactile materials.

They are known for their refreshing twists on design and understated drama that can be found from their urbane use of space in a stunning Robert Stern-designed condominium overlooking Central Park, to a new 19 thousand square foot Palm Beach oceanfront estate.

Clients laud their ability to make their vision a reality. In the words of House Beautiful magazine, “In a city synonymous with a gold-leafed grandeur, Allison’s style stands out because of its restraint.

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After graduating from the Parsons School of Design, Scott Sanders began his professional career at Ralph Lauren. There, he led the company’s interior design department, transforming residences for clients in California, Florida, New York, Connecticut and Paris. In 2000, Scott opened his full-service design firm specializing in bespoke residential interiors. His distinguished portfolio includes homes in New York, Florida, New Jersey, Colorado, Arizona, California and the Caribbean, three iconic hotels, plus two appearances at the renowned Kips Bay Decorator Show House in New York City.

Scott is the author of two books, The Insider Guide to the Lord Baltimore Hotel and Baltimore, Too, and “Picture Perfect: Designing the New American Family Home.” He and his husband, Peter Wilson, live in New York City and Palm Beach, along with their dachshund Bailey.

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Designer Stephen Mooney’s unique point of view is eclectic yet firmly rooted in the basic tenets of quality, comfort and timeless elegance.  Credit his background: the Northern California childhood; the solid foundation of a Rhode Island School of Design education; and wanderlust-fueled travel to the four corners of the world.  Although keenly aware of avant-garde trends in décor and of revolutionary developments in materials and applications, Stephen remains committed to creating interiors that transcend fashion for the more everlasting style.  “Classic Interiors, whether Contemporary or Traditional, when done well, can stand the test of time,” he explains.  “My designs involve intelligent use of color, the integrity of exquisite materials, craftsmanship and scale, and the delight of the unexpected.  The goal is to provide my clients with environments that reflect their own personalities.”



No two spaces designed by Studio Thomas James are ever alike; each home by the Dallas-based firm is individual to the respective homeowner and reflects their specific ideals and lifestyle. With principal and founder Philip Thomas Vanderford at the helm, the studio has built a portfolio of projects rich in expression, seemingly understated but that are highly detailed with their own unique emotional intelligence; classic yet innovative, playful yet refined.


From a project’s inception to the final installation, their team works hand-in-hand with each client to flawlessly execute interiors that evoke emotion with rich color, pattern, scale, and texture. Vanderford utilizes his architectural expertise and artistic vision to give a room’s form and function mutual consideration. His passion for the aesthetic form was cultivated early, having a grandfather who, as a master craftsman, machinist, and woodworker, taught Philip his unique skill set — even insisting that he learn to weld. 

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