The week is coming to an end, and though I could probably keep featuring lists of random cool stuff I found at the gift fair for the rest of the year, I gotta cut it off sometime. So to complete my trifecta of NYIGF coverage, check out my final five faves from this season's show.
I'm already a big fan of John Robshaw, thanks to his colorful and tasteful block print textiles, and I was so excited to see these Handpainted Pillows depicting various flora and fauna – I want them all!
It was easy to waste time in the Jonathan Adler booth - he is so funny in person and the booth is always so well decorated, you just want to kick back on a mod sofa, take a treat from one of his "Quaalude" cookie jars and stay all day. There was too much great, new stuff to pick just one item, so I closed my eyes and right-clicked on this beautiful blue Cubes Throw.
This booth was one of my favorites this year. Since 1929, they've been producing luxury linens that are sold world-wide. The designs are simple and elegant – just what you seek in bath essentials. My favorite is the Esperanza line - a zero-twist Milagro terry with customizable piping.
In the debut of their bedding collection, Thomas Paul, known for their charming sea faring designs showed an awesome bedding collection. Pictured above: A hand-screened Duvet Cover with an overscaled octopus motif.
Founded by Gaurav Nanda, Bend is a design house that makes chairs made up of intricate arrangements of wires. Of their newest products, which should launch early next season, are these cool Geometric Animal Heads. Gaurav promises they are made from recycled materials, not animals. Visit BendSeating.com for more information.
Images: As linked above