Tuesday, June 5, 2012

International Contemporary Furnishings Fair (ICFF)


While in New York City for Kravet's  Blogfest I attended the 25th annual International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF).  ICFF is the showcase for the latest in fresh and creative items in design.  There were over 500 exhibitors from 30 countries.  Here are a few of my favorites...
How cool is this recycled material ping pong table by Akke Functional Art?










This is a folding chair that is a work of art in and of itself.  Created by Folditure in Hoboken, NJ this product is not only aethestically pleasing but functional too - designed to fold into a profile that is less than one inch and hang in your closet (look carefully they are hanging just behind me)!



I'm in LOVE with this zinc table with root base by Groundwork!

How about this outdoor furniture by Henry Hall Designs...exquitsite!

 And who doesn't love the "bold look of Kohler"
 in their colorful booth... are those sofas or tubs?

Pfeiffer Studio had some of the most beautiful eco-friendly 
products available on the market.

Ohhhh... Faux Bois!!! I can't wait to use this metallic
 Phillip Jeffries wallcovering on my next project.




        Plexi-Craft makes the finest acrylic furniture 
They made these custom designed night stands for one of my projects.  (Don't you love that we both chose plum as the backdrop for the acrylic pieces?)

This outdoor furniture by Loll Trade is perfect for any beach house!
I think we might just have to have the surf board coffee table!

As always, if something caught your fancy and you would
 like more information please contact me! 
a full service interior design firm.

3 comments:

  1. Great recap! Who is the fat chick rubbing that table with the tree trunk base? haha!

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  2. Hi, it´s really nice to meet you!
    You have a very interesting blog!

    www.tatianadoria.blogspot.com

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  3. Hi,
    First timer here. Wow... what an interesting designs.

    Great blog and might I bring the ideas in Sweden.

    TY for sharing.

    Greetings from rainy Stockholm,
    /CC

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