Three of my favorite Boston designers were tapped to create holiday spaces based on famous castles for Neiman Marcus’ “Home for the Holidays” event which kicks off their holiday season. Feels a little early, but that’s the way of things these days! The event is done in conjunction with the Over My Shoulder Foundation which supports mentoring in the community. The showrooms will be open through January and are free to view. See the press release below for more info.
Gerald Pomeroy of Gerald Pomeroy Interiors in his Balmoral Castle Room
Versailles Renaitre created by Paula Daher of Daher Interior Design
Eric Roseff of Eric Roseff Designs stands in his Winter Palace
Photos courtesy of Robert Four
“Home for the Holidays” was unveiled Wednesday evening, October 8 at Neiman Marcus Boston kicking off the Neiman Marcus Boston Holiday season.The three showrooms will be on view and open to the public, free of charge from through January 31, 2015 during regular business hours in the Gift Galleries department of the famed luxury retailer located in Copley Place. The three custom-designed rooms are each inspired by a royal residence – the Balmoral Estate in Scotland, Versailles in France, and the Winter Palace in Russia. Each master designer – Gerald Pomeroy, Eric Roseff and Paula Daher – will mentor a junior member of their team to create the showroom – fully engaging their young partners in their design process.Every item featured in the rooms may be purchased.During the course of the showcase’s run, the designers will host special events to speak to the design process. The showcase culminates in January 2015, National Mentor Month, when the Over My Shoulder Foundation and Cumar Marble & Granite Fabricators will feature a mentoring recognition event open to the public and held on-site at Neiman Marcus Boston.
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