Dining by design

Instagram Moments from Dining By Design

A creative collaboration of event and interior designers, this year’s New York Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS (DIFFA) Dining by Design event showcased a series of elaborate tabletop installations. Co-located with the Architectural Digest Home Show, the event, which is also a fund-raising dinner, is just one of six Dining by Design events held in U.S. cities throughout the year.

Here’s a look at our favorite Instagram moments from Dining by Design 2015, showcasing some awe-inspiring tabletop looks and design ideas for spring.

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EchoDesign’s Heirloom India collection.

This shot posted by @hlgroup showcases a couple getting “lost in print” in Echo Design’s Heirloom India collection of two- and three-dimensional wallpapers and fabrics. What a fun concept!

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“Organic Energy” created by designer Corey Damen Jenkins.

An organic tabletop posted by @nancypriceinteriors, featured one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces by AURA at each place setting. The design was created by lifestyle expert Corey Damen Jenkins in collaboration with Beacon Hill and Robert Allen Design.

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An intricate tablescape with fruit. How refreshing!

Captured by @nycstylecanoli, this tabletop featured a midsummer’s night dream design.

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Dinner with Hermes

An elegant and sophisticated blend of patterns and textures from Hermes posted by @interiordesigncamp.

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It’s all about the peacock.

Feathers are one of spring’s hottest design trends. Posted by @amykranecolor this design is appropriate for all wine lovers.

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It’s all about the blues.

Vibrant colors and decorating with blue are another of spring’s design trends. This table by the eclectic retailer, Anthropologie was also posted by @amykranecolor.

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Lotus love!

Posted by @proganti, designed by Beacon Hill Design.

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The 2015 Architectural Digest Table.

This look created by event designer Bronson van Wyck shows dining at its finest. This look was inspired by France’s Chateau de Groussay’s tole tent. Posted by @bernhardtfurniture.

Bright colors, feathers, deep blues and elegance — all looks that will inspire you for spring. Bravo!

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