Great show at The Salon Art + Design Show in New York. Here are a few highlights. Featured image (Left to Right): Eileen Fisher; Adrian Sassoon; Glass Art; Cristina Grajales Gallery Galerie BSL; Twenty First Gallery, Southern Guild; J. Lohmann Gallery Alexander Calder (Sun and Moon, 1975) at Galerie de la Béraudière; Joan Miró (Gouache-Dessin,… Continue reading The Salon Art + Design Show
Mid century furniture at Organic Modernism where many pieces are exquisitely crafted from leather, bronze and American Walnut. All made with an eye to luxury but not a luxury price tag.
Founded in 2008 by Iris Dankner, an interior designer and breast cancer survivor, Holiday House NYC was created to showcase renowned interior designers as well as products from leading home brands while raising money for breast cancer research. To date Iris has raised over US$1M for the Board of the Breast Cancer Research Foundation® (BCRF)… Continue reading Holiday House NYC 2018
Architecture and Design Film Festival and Soho Design District Short Films Walk in New York last night was a success. There were viewings of numerous short films at participating showrooms in the Soho Design District where you also got a chance to view fabulous furniture, lighting and other interior design products. One of the best… Continue reading Short Films Walk 2018
NY NOW is back at the Javits Center, NY for another round of fabulous and eclectic items soon to be at a store near you and online. Here are a few highlights with many more to come. Featured image: (left to right) Agraria San Francisco, Eunco, Twig PS: I bought an Agraria diffuser maybe 8… Continue reading Fabulous And Eclectic
SHOPPE OBJECT debuted yesterday as a semi-annual home and gift show in New York with a curated list of 100+ brands. The show was created by Aesthetic Movement and Capsule to highlight creative makers and brands with elevated products. Brands in featured image (left to right): Haus Interior; MOMA Design Store – Raawii Strøm Collection;… Continue reading SHOPPE OBJECT
Pendulux home decor pieces are designed by hand using traditional tools and technology with inspiration drawn from history. The pieces showcase inventive use of mechanical and industrial parts interpreted into modern and unique items.