(More from Insta-Reporter P2)
Lite Brite Neon Studio
This booth really practiced what it preached. In a show-wide trend of some things here being "more art than an art show", this installation could have been transported directly from a Chelsea gallery. While perhaps not terribly practical for the home, what about wall-mounting two of their "table lamps" on either side of a modern bed or above a sideboard in a dining room?
While her more famous rugs go a little overboard for me at times, here the rug and purse queen Angela Adams showed a lovely line of toned down textiles by the yard that would work extremely well recovering some iconic MCM pieces. Inspiring color palettes.
Masculine modern-meets-40s glam: Brit Tom Kirk showed how to do it with style. Part lab-glass, part frozen showerhead, the sharp shapes of the crystal tubes kept these from being just another chandelier.