As seen on AZRedBook.com
Fifty-six designers created the elegant tables at the Independent Woman Luncheon to benefit Phoenix Art Museum on Feb. 2, 2016.
Their designs were inspired by the work of Suzanne Kasler, the featured speaker at the Independent Woman Luncheon. The tables were set with taupe or lavender tablecloths designed by Ardy’s Custom Workshop with fabric contributed by Kravet, Inc., based on a design by Kasler.
From traditional to modern, incorporating lilacs, reds, yellows and oranges, each table at the luncheon was unique. No two tables were alike, with the designs ranging from traditional to modern.
Karen Rapp Interiors was one of the 56 interior designers to colloabrate on a table scape. See Karen’s design (at right).
To view all 56 design entries from the 2016 Independent Woman Luncheon, visit AZRedbook.com.
More information about the luncheon:
The Independent Woman Luncheon has become one of the premier philanthropic events in the Valley, celebrating the contributions of creative, successful women as they support Phoenix Art Museum. With high profile speakers like interior design legend Charlotte Moss and tastemaker Carolyne Roehm, this year the Independent Woman Luncheon will feature Suzanne Kasler.
Phoenix Art Museum honors the volunteer chairs and committee members who work tirelessly each year to advise, organize and produce the annual Independent Woman Luncheon. Through their efforts, more than $800,000 dollars have been raised to support Phoenix Art Museum, and is anticipated to reach the $1,000,000 mark in 2016, further expanding access to art across our diverse community.