See Guests Dine at an Oversize Artist's Palette

Guests dined at a table shaped like an artist's palette—complete with a giant prop paintbrush and flowers as paint—at Habitat for Humanity's "Blueprint" benefit in Florida.

By Jenny Berg April 1, 2014, 7:30 AM EDT

Photo: MamaRazzi Foto, Inc.

On March 15, Habitat for Humanity hosted its “Blueprint” benefit at the Hilton St. Petersburg Bayfront Hotel in Florida. The event had an “Artscape” theme, and guests ate in dining room vignettes created by interior designers, event producers, and boutique owners. One vignette, designed by a local home furnishings store Zazoo'd, was particularly demonstrative in playing up the arty theme. The table itself was shaped like an artist's palette, and roses were arranged to look like globules of paint. A giant prop paintbrush, also made of flowers, topped the table. The event was produced by Laura Fage of Laura Fage Signature Events and Design.

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