"JENNIFER MEHDITASH, AKA DEC-A-PORTER, WILL BE OPENING A NEW DESIGN DIVISION IN ORANGE COUNTY.
MEHDITASH IN THE NEWS
AFTER BUILDING HER
BUSINESS IN NEW YORK AND CEMENTING HERSELF AS PART OF THE NY DESIGNER
AND BLOGGER COMMUNITY, SHE WILL USE HER NEW BASE IN THE HEART OF
NEWPORT BEACH TO SHARE HER DESIGN WITH HER CLIENTS IN BOTH NEW
YORK, CALIFORNIA AND EVERYWHERE IN BETWEEN, AS SHE CONTINUES TO
EXPAND MEHDITASH DESIGN.
WE'RE HAPPY TO SHARE WHAT SHE"S BEEN UP TO LATELY
IN THE PRESS AND IN NEW YORK!"
Modular Lounge Chair" My clients would love his woven Gloster piece.
It's streamlined yet casual, and
the all-weather wicker makes it maintenance-free.
These would be perfect grouped around an outdoor
fireplace." - Jennifer Mehditash
It has been a very busy season, and I have had the pleasure in taking part in 2 major charity fundraising events!
A National Historic Landmark located in New York City's largest park,
the Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum is an 1840s Greek Revival mansion
-- and the last of the country's estates in the Pelham Bay area.
Invited by board member Lynn Bryne, Jennifer was asked to
take the lead on the interior design of the "Moonlight
Ball" Centennial Gala celebration. Hosting nearly 370
people, the gardens were filled with music and good cheer, as all of
the Bronx and Westchester elite joined in the commemoration.
TABLE TOP DESIGN:
PAPILLION The Lenox Hill Neighborhood House, one of NYC's
most highly regarded and respected nonprofit organizations,
held their annual and always-anticipated spring gala at Cipriani 42nd
Street. Jennifer was among the roster of the who's who of
designers with her tabletop design titled "Papillion." With the direction
in place to interpret and creatively "evoke Spring,"
Jennifer decided to take a cue from the regeneration and new
beginnings of the life of a butterfly.
S P E A K I N G E N G A G E M E N T S
An integral part of my career, has been dedicated to integrating speaking engagements, and this season has been no different!
Not only is it an opportunity to give back to my community, but it remains the most enjoyable way to further my own education as I have enjoyed meeting and learning so much from my fellow panelists.
Our industry, is growing at lightning speed, and the best way we can help elevate the entire industry as a whole is by continuing to remain generous with all of the knowledge and experience that we acquire along the way.
ANTIQUES IN 21ST
CENTURY INTERIORS PANEL DISCUSSION DECORATION & DESIGN BUILDING, MAY 15, 2014