Sketch42 on the Junior League House Tour, this Saturday!

What are you doing this weekend? Cause I have some exciting news! Remember when I mentioned cleaning up because “people were coming over”? Well, those people are YOU and various other New Yorkers and ladies who lunch via The Junior League House Tour this Saturday, May 5!

Um, yea… this is crazy!

What is the Junior League and what is their house tour? The Junior League is a charity, established in 1901 and made up entirely of female volunteers, that’s goal is to improve the lives of New York women and children around our city and in the greater New York area.

Every Spring and Fall, the Junior League selects a bunch of cool apartments and houses across the city for a tour. I’m so honored to be part of the tour, its kind of prestigious and my home will be in the company of some design legends.  Past tours have featured both designers’ own residences as well as their clients, including: Geoffrey Bradfield, Paula Caravelli, Alexandra Champalimaud, Robert Couturier, Laura Day, William Diamond and Anthony Baratta, Jamie Drake, Steven Gambrel, Phillip Gorrivan, Christopher Hyland, Eric Lysdahl, Todd Merrill, Robert Passal, Campion Platt, Jennifer Post, Scott Salvator, Hunt Slonem, Sara Story, Stephanie Stokes, Alan Tanksley, Matthew White, Frank Webb, and Vicente Wolf.

What this means for you, is that you can see my apartment , along with a bunch of others, without feeling like a weirdo stalker creep! People that see the apartment in real life after seeing it on the blog say its like being on a movie set. Familiar because they’ve seen it so many times, but weird too!

Here is the schedule for the day:

  2012 Spring House Tour Schedule of Events

Friday, May 4th, 2012

Spring House Tour Kick-Off Party Hosted by Tory Burch
Tory Burch will offer all guests who attend the party 10% off all purchases that evening and 10% of the proceeds back to the New York Junior League. Tickets for the Spring House Tour will be available at the door.

7:00 pm – 9:00 pm                               Kick-Off Party
Sponsored By Tory Burch
797 Madison Ave. New York, NY
Between 67th Street and 68th Street

Saturday, May 5th, 2012

10:00 am – 12:00 pm                           Guest Registration and Breakfast
The Astor House
130 East 80th Street
Between Park Avenue and Lexington Avenue

10:00 am-6:00 pm                               Silent Auction

10:30 am – 4:00 pm                            Homes Open

12:30 pm – 2:30 pm                             Buffet Lunch
Sponsored by Architects & Designers Building,
GE Monogram, Miele, and Sub-Zero/Wolf
150 East 58th Street
Between Lexington Avenue and Third Avenue

4:30 pm – 6:30 pm                               Cocktail Reception
Sponsored by Newel Antiques
425 East 53rd Street
Between First Avenue and Sutton Place

2012 Spring House Tour Ticket Details

$85                                                          In advance for NYJL Volunteers
$100                                                       In advance for the general public
$125                                                                                                     At the door
$200                                                                                                                    VIP

General ticket includes: Entrance into the “Kick-Off Party” at Tory Burch, Complimentary Breakfast, Luncheon, Cocktail Reception, and Gift Bag.

VIP ticket includes: All of the above as well as, priority seating at breakfast, exclusive stop on the tour, full day transportation, and a VIP gift bag.

The last day to purchase tickets in advance is Thursday, May 3rd, 2012.

Click HERE to purchase tickets to the event!

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Comments

  1. MMish says:

    This is awesome, I want in!

  2. I wish I were there!!!! How fun!! I would totally sit for a second on those white with black polka dot chairs to try them out. They look so comfy!!!

  3. when’s the afterparty!?!? ;)

  4. Lauren says:

    I may just have to buy a ticket! Who wouldn’t want to see that gorgeous apartment more than once?

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