A BDNY Glimpse
Now into its 10th year, Boutique Design New York (BDNY) bookended a month of design expositions in New York City, welcoming an array of design professionals looking to service hospitality sectors.
Ethnicraft previewed select pieces from their 2019 Fall Collection that will be available in early 2020. The collection includes a wide selection of furniture suitable for both home and office environments. The functional, durable and beautiful objects are the perfect choice to curate a warm and lively interior.
Launched Desert Lights, a new carpet and rug collection that draws inspiration from the plants, animals and geography of the American Southwest, as well as the brilliant hues and subtleties of desert light as it transitions from dawn to dusk. With 21 custom patterns of textured and high-definition, Desert Lights is Rockwell Group’s sixth collection in collaboration with Shaw Contract and features two different construction methods.
Ligne Roset Contract
Reconciling contemporary furniture and quality design with the very specific requirements of hotels and other public spaces, Ligne Roset Contract showcased custom cabinetry as well as several products including: Ennéa table by Vincent Tordjman, Ottoman armchair by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance, Ettoriano chair by Claudio Dondoli & Marco Pocci, Ruché Sofa by Inga Sempé, Mani lamps by Numéro111, IPN table by François Bauchet, and a custom bed with a Nador base and Ruché headboard.
In 2019, nanimarquina expanded the Shade collection to include outdoor rugs. Shade Outdoor rugs look and feel surprisingly similar to the original indoor version, but now are crafted from a PET fiber. This fiber gives rugs resistance to water and weather adversities. The Shade collection is inspired by magical moments in nature where colors melt and speak for themselves. This collection of exquisite simplicity reflects a complex technical process to achieve the density, regularity, and fluidity of the desired effect. Two gradients converge in each rug, one vertical and one horizontal, in the same plane, harmonically using six transitional shades.