New York is filled with design inspiration everywhere, from the historical to the contemporary. But how about the historically-contemporary, such as the United Nations building. Or the contemporary-historical such as the set-design of a New York studio. Traveling to this amazing city, it was wonderful to enjoy the juxposion of a design main stay & the organic change of a set-design when visiting dear friend Elizabeth Hasselbeck in this great city of design inspiration.
Loomis trail golf & country club is a classic example of traditional club design. The club house has rich interiors waiting to host a afternoon luncheon, meeting & golf game to a grand wedding in the ballroom with space to lodge your guests. As a member of this warm club and community, I look forward to the opportunity to volunteer my time to the Jr. golf program annually.
Enjoying the Seattle Symphony means a feast for the arts. As the new season rings in with this years annual Gala I am excited to see the fresh new ways to enjoy sound & sight; taking in interiors of floor to ceiling windows with views of architecture and our own Seattle treasure, Mr. Dale Chihulys amazing chandelier installation.
Heather Baker supports the Seattle Art Museum, serving as a SAMS executive committee member this year & playing host to fundraising for the arts. Check out the contemporary & industrial design of pier 91 event space; perfectly fashion forward for a fundraiser of this kind. 
Entertainer for an HBID event was thrilled to visit Seattle from Florida. Check out Grammy recognized,  DOVE Awards performer, hiphop pioneer, Rawsrvnt, and see what he had to say on his Tumblr

"There’s so much more to say about what else has been going on from our time in Seattle celebrating our good friend Heather Baker’s Bday, to the song I did with Thrill Da Playa called “El Shaddai,” to watching The Avengers, and more that I’d have you here for a while if I shared everything with you. (Smile). Please make sure you’re keeping up with the moves that God continues to put before us to do on Facebook and Twitter." 
                              Eddy Puyol

Heather Baker served as floral design liaison for a garden party luncheon, which helped raise support for Seattle Arts.

See what The SCENE had to say.

Elizabeth Roberts Jacket Diaries:

Through Heather Baker I had been invited to participate in the 15th Annual Gilda’s Club “Surviving with Style” fashion show to dress breast cancer survivor Robin Romeo. 

After discussing this opportunity among team WRAPHABILEMENT we agreed and sunk our teeth into coming up with a vision for our survivor. 

 Both Robin and I being native New Yorkers and having deep roots working in city government there we hit it off splendidly. I had an idea for Robin – I imagined this fiery red-head to be a bit of a super hero. So, with my lead pattern maker Tracy in charge we Robinized one of our Holiday/Pre-Spring offerings for Robin – La Cape. But more on that later…

Heather has been a longtime supporter of the Seattle Art Museum, serving on the SAMS committee for several years. This year she was happy to step into an executive committee roll. See what The SCENE had to say about Heather at last year's Nordstrom Designer Preview, benefiting the Seattle Art Museum. Beautiful and stylish - these 5 have it all....

The history of this magnificent, Seattle members only club is its main allure, with its iconic architecture and elegant interiors. 

The food and staff live up to its elegance year 'round, but my favorite time is when the holiday decor goes up in the fall. It is always grand in inspiration!
I am truly pleased to know that one of our nations premier art collectors is back residing in Seattle for a bit; playing as most gracious host, to some our city's art lovers. What a treat to get to experience the passionate love & to see the worlds favorite artist art work close with history attached. Pieces by any of these will add depth and stability to any interior. For inspiration check out the colorful art book; Picasso to pop the Richard Weisman collection, a masterpiece in its own!