100 Days of Design Design driven information and insights surrounding NY NOW.
Editor’s Note: We take a look at textiles this week, scouting new resources from NY NOW suppliers, as well as on the streets of New York City. On Thursday, we’ll hear from America’s Next Great Home Textile Company winner Paula Queen, founder of Pyar&Co, who describes how fearlessness with color helps her create design fluidity between East and West.
Design is in the details. And when it comes to home furnishings, that means a top-to-bottom approach, from luxe lighting to fab floor coverings. NYIGF’s At Home, with locations at Javits and Pier 94, offers a complete range of hard lines and soft goods. With 550 home goods suppliers, it’s one of the largest and diverse selections of trend-focused home resources in the country.
Aesthetically appealing, yet fully functional. These products check both boxes:
Draftsman Table by Blue Ocean Traders
Jason Mulvene constantly travels the globe in search of exotic, one-of-a-kind antiques and true-to-form reproductions. His latest find: this table with a distinctively vintage look, reproduced in wood with iron frame and details. This multipurpose piece converts from a shelf to a drafting desk with one drawer. blueoceantraders.com
Taupe Earthenware Lamp by Lamp Works
Featuring an original design of terra cotta spun ceramic, this fixture puts a twist on the mid century modern aesthetic. The entire collection works equally well in a haute homescape, or a high-end hotel. lampworks.com
David GBEIGE Chair by Worlds Away
This collection of dining room seating blends modern design with opulence. Graphic details in the iron framework stand out with shiny gold leaf. The beige velvet seat tempers the look, and makes this piece workable in a range of interiors. worlds-away.com
Surround yourself with stylish furnishings in NYC’s newest shopping and dining hot spots:
For ten years, tastemakers and trendsetters looking for midcentury modern pieces went to Duane Modern for an ever-changing collection of period designers, such as T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings, Tommi Parzinger and Paul Frankl. In its new Upper East Side location, the shop presents its own period interpretation, with a new, original collection of chic tables, seating and lighting, handcrafted in the northeast U.S. duanemodern.com
At the New York location of Hakkasan, the dramatic Oriental décor by Gilles & Boissier is a big part of the experience. The expansive dining room maintains an intimate atmosphere with seating in small chambers, separated by silk banquettes and carved Chinese screens. The delicate, Asian-inspired dishes are equally detail-focused. hakkasan.com/newyork