Cornflake in partnership with Lutron hosted their cheers to spring dinner party for leading interior designers, architects, and construction invitees on Thursday 3rd March. Harrods Interior Styling worked in collaboration to create the most beautifully dressed Spring table in our boardroom.

Creating a beautifully dressed bloomed table at Cornflake

The tablescape was sumptuously styled by Alison Husbands, interior stylist at Harrods Interior Styling with a bloom, bright theme where beautiful insects and monsters played a huge inspiration.  A curation of monsters by L’Objet Haas Brothers, mushrooms by Lladro, decorative leaves by Villari & sterling silver figurines by Carrs were all placed down the centre of the table to create different heights and to add grandeur. Harrods Interior Design collaborated with florist Yoko Blooms, creating the bright, sunny pastel bouquets with Etro vases & Porcelain urns by Richard Ginori to match. The look was completed with two elaborate gold candlesticks by L’Objet and elegant blue stick candles.

The table place settings were personalised using the services of the Embroidered Napkin Company featuring the name of our guests sewn in gold thread on a sage green velvet ribbon tied in a bow. These were wrapped around handmade linen table napkins, resting on gold-rimmed scalloped white bone china tableware by AynsleyAynsley’s gold-rimmed scalloped white bone china tableware. The crystal wine glasses were by Reidel and the water glasses by Soho Home and the cutlery service was designed by Sophie Conran for Portmeirion Floret. To complement the theme, pastel foil easter eggs were placed around the table for an added pop of colour.

The event was hosted by Gary Lewis, co-owner, Lula Scott & Tristan Rose of Cornflake, and guests included Daniel Hughes from Lutron, Natalie Stephenson and Juliette Wright from Stephenson Wright, Nathalie Wells from Harrods Interior Styling, Toby Hollowell from Concept Bespoke, Gregory Phillips from Gregory Phillips Architects, Darren Size from Size Group & James Kandutsch from Studio Indigo. The fantastic three-course dinner and paired wine, champagne and cocktails were crafted and catered by the highly acclaimed independent restaurant, The Mayfair Chippy.

The aim of our special dinner was to showcase how Cornflake can collaborate and offer the best possible home automation services to sectors in residential spaces as well as naturing and building our new and existing relationships with our customers. We aim to build and nurture our relationships with our clients and hosting these intimate events are proven to be thoroughly enjoyed. We are looking forward to hosting our next dinner in partnership with Gaggenau later on in May.