DAY 4 of Unveiled: SEM Style Comes Home
Oct 25, 2010
It's getting closer. Day 4...and Monday for that matter :(...is upon us.
Here's another round of product images to choose from. Take a guess as to which one we've deemed to have the greatest resemblance to today's sketch you just saw on Design-Calendar.
And in case you missed them, here are links to days 1-3:
We are so excited to have teamed up with Design-Calendar and the New York Design Center to countdown to one of the most anticipated (and FUN!) events of the entire year: The NYDC Masquerade Ball. Now in its fifth year, the theme for 2010 is Le Vrai et Le Faux Chic, inspired by the famed artist George Goursat and his portrayals of Paris at the turn of the century.
So we decided it would be fun to get a little competition going as a countdown to the ball. We've pulled a selection of furniture, lighting, accessories, bedding and more, that mirror the elements of his sketches, and all from companies that can be found in the NYDC of course.
Check Design-Calendar each day leading up to the masquerade ball, as they'll posting one of these per day. Study it, then head over here to www.newyorkspacesmag.com/nydc for our selection of products for the day. See if you have the same SEM style and can guess which one we've dubbed the best match! Everyday is a new vote, so check back daily. Whoever has the MOST correct matches by Wednesday, October 27 WINS! If we end up with a tie, we’ll do a random drawing of those who had the most matches. The winner will be announced on the 27th and awarded a $100 gift certificate to Padre Figlio! MMMMmmm Italian...
Check back at Design-Calendar tomorrow to view the next sketch (and find out what we've got for you in terms of a special, bonus prize!)
And finally - don't forget to get your tickets to the ball ($125 in advance, $150 at door - 212.594.7320), proceeds benefit the Alpha Workshop.
Please click on the photo to see its number. When you've made your guess for the best match, place that number into the form below the images.Click images to view at full-size.