The Kips Bay Showhouse New York opened its doors on May 2nd for its 47th annual fundraiser. Transforming the historic Georgian mansion, 22 designers tackled 23 rooms with varying inspiration. Jeff Lincoln, Brian Gluckstein, Jim Dove, Jennifer Cohler Mason, and Richard Rabel worked with TRC LAB to create bespoke handtufted rugs to make their visions come to life.

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Richard Rabel

“When I got this space,
I zeroed in on the
Aesthetic Movement
of the late 19th century.”


The Kips Bay Showhouse New York opened its doors on May 2nd for its 47th annual fundraiser. Transforming the historic Georgian mansion, 22 designers tackled 23 rooms with varying inspiration. Jeff Lincoln, Brian Gluckstein, Jim Dove, Jennifer Cohler Mason, and Richard Rabel worked with TRC LAB to create bespoke handtufted rugs to make their visions come to life.

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Jim Dove

“I wanted to know what it would feel like to be inside a Fabergé egg.”


Jim Dove’s tiny but mighty space packs a punch with the transformation of the smallest room in the house. Complete with a custom handtufted rug, Dove’s champagne bar is just off of the main foyer.

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Jeff Lincoln


Marrying contemporary and collectable, Jeff Lincoln’s extensive living room called on our new handtufted Paul Robinson design, Lagoon, to cover the vast 620 square feet of space. Created in a short lead time, the custom rug runs the length of the room and curves to fit Lincoln’s seated window nook.

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Brian Gluckstein


Stretching over four floors, Brian Gluckstein’s fan-inspired design unfolds as it creeps down the staircase. Paired with hand-painted walls and a custom chandelier of just over 4,000 metal flowers, visitors are automatically transported out of Manhattan.

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Jennifer Cohler Mason

"I wanted to create a runner that would help to draw people up through the winding narrow staircase to the fifth floor. I thought Dragonflies would be perfect all flying up the stairs, making the space feel magical and airy."

Complimenting the jewel tones of Jennifer Cohler Mason’s space, Lola by David Rockwell ties her elegant sitting room together and adds an abstract note to her overall concept. In addition to her room on the fourth floor, she worked on the secret set of stairs leading to the fifth floor and enlisted our help to create a bespoke dragonfly-adorned stair runner.