The team of 12 bloggers curated their list of favorite design finds from the show for Decade XV, have a look:
Koket from Portugal always surprises with designs that inspire through their artistry. The passion wall sconce, available in a number of finishes as definitely a highlight. By Jeffrey Johnson
Miele wowed at the show with the long awaited US release of its Truffle Brown finish behind glass. Sleek and modern yet warm and definitely a bold design statement. By Faith Sheridan
No home is complete without beautiful accessories and Cire Trudon candles, as a visual and olfactory treat were a huge hit at the show and a favorite find for BlogTour's Typhanie Peterson.
Exquisite craftsmanship paired with beautiful designs is a hallmark of Lang Hall and this side table epitomized the company's design vision. Selected as top design find by both, Typhanie Peterson and Jeffrey Johnson.
“Metallics are important in interiors, and dinnerware is also jumping on the bandwagon. All around New York I saw gold rimmed dinnerware – handmade and in every shape and size. But this particular one from Daniel Levy caught my eye as because of the thick and chunky textured rim – definitely a successful play on proportions and textures.” Via Jeanne Chung
Pure luxury and over the top design is sometimes exactly what's needed. Koket, once again, stopped the BlogTour team in its tracks with its Divine Armoire that is entirely covered in peacock feathers and a huge gold metallic ribbon as closure. As Liberace once said “Too much of a good thing is ….wonderful!” via Deborah Main