This year's Architectural Digest Home Design Show featured a lot of the old favorites and some new and exciting prospects to boot. Lindsey Adelman Studio, booth pictured above, always knows how to turn it out with simple materials that allow the interesting shapes of her lighting pieces to stand out.
ARTSAICS BY NELSON LONDONO
These beautiful mosaic tile flooring patterns could fit seamlessly into a traditional home but carry elements of the strong geometric trend happening right now.
KYLE MORRIS AT DAVID FINDLAY JR FINE ART
Done in 1960, this gestural painting called Quadrant is the perfect mid-century decorative counterpoint to all the wooden casepieces on display.
DOROTHY DRAPER CHAIR AT KINDEL
The granny fabric has such playful colors that somehow work with sophisticated structure of the chair.
This booth had a cool masculine vibe about its layout and reclaimed vintage offerings.
MODERNE TORTOISE COMMODE AT MATSOUKA INTERNATIONAL
Such fine craftsmanship and an unusual design make this piece breathtaking to see in person.
If you hate to see ugly electrical covers sticking out of your walls, this company has solutions for seamless, flushmounted everything.
This unique prop house can outfit residences with fun (and sometimes odd) finds.
Curvilinear shapes and bold contrast make this picture a knockout.
While not technially at the Arch Digest show but adjacent to it at The Artist Project NY, this relief-type sculpture is a modern twist on an ancient convention.