The Architectural Digest Home Style Show is an annual ritual for New York design and style fans searching to shake off the winter and bask in the warmth of the latest and greatest interior design and style trends. This year’s show took location amidst some still chilly climate, but that didn’t quit folks from waiting in line at Piers 92 and 94 on Manhattan’s West Side to get in and encounter all of the eye-catching excitement. But don’t be concerned if you couldn’t make it – Decoist was on the scene scoping out all of the hottest furnishings, appliances, technology and style shifts for you. Jump into our gallery to see all of our preferred booths from the show!
Though spring had not very sprung yet outside the walls of Pier 94, a sprinkling of colorful appliances in hues ranging from pastel pink to robin’s egg blue brightened up the exhibition space’s hallways. Blue Star attracted showgoers to cease by and see their blue, red, peach and green stoves and fridges making use of the persuasive powers of cost-free food, whilst Big Chill showcased its retro-inspired appliances with a side of freshly poured beer. Smeg was also amongst the rainbow set with their vibrant toasters, ovens and ever-common Fiat fridge. On the opposite side of the spectrum, glossy black appliances have been also noticed at several booths while stainless steel sightings had been handful of and far between.
“New York has gone into a lot of micro-apartments and 1-bedroom and studios are going crazy. We’ve been extremely, extremely busy,” said Gideon Back of Milano Smart Living. The Milano booth was a hit at the show, and Back and his teammates admitted to getting really a workout demonstrating how their convertible coffee tables, flip-down wall beds and double-duty sofas perform. Back mentioned he attributes the popularity of the line of transforming, multi-use furnishings to the enhanced quantity of folks living in smaller, more urban spaces.
These days it seems like we can have practically something with the push of a button, and that trend has translated to ultra-effective storage as nicely. Fans of the 1990s film Clueless had been no doubt reminded of Cher’s well-known revolving closet when passing by a real-life version at the Metalprogetti booth. The gadget-enhanced solution can be controlled by an electronic console or even via an app, but this kind of convenience won’t come cheap. The configuration noticed at the show begins at around $ 25,000.
The fellas more than at Bauformat have been also eager to show off their futuristic mechanized cabinets, which seem like they would fit correct in at Tony Stark’s penthouse apartment. The sleek compartments pop open with just a simple tap and have also been tested to withstand heavy weights (which may come in handy for storing huge, metal suits).
Wood furnishings are nothing new to the AD Home Style Show, but green design and style fans will be pleased to know that numerous of the wood pieces seen at this year’s show were made from reclaimed lumber. Brooklyn-based Stefan Rurak explained that he sources the supplies for his tables, clocks and drawers from old neighborhood buildings or from fallen wood, like in the case of his stools created from trees knocked down throughout Hurricane Sandy.
Holland-based Wonderwall Studios also performs with salvaged wood to generate their exclusive wall tiles, which give the impression of rustic custom walls when pieced with each other.
It could have been snowing outdoors, but exhibitors like Jung Lee, Flowerbox, and Ptacek Home brought a touch of green into Pier 94 with their verdant tabletop displays, vertical gardens and planted furnishings.
Furniture with integrated audio was yet another trend that seemed to be catching the eyes and ears of showgoers. Exhibitors Symbol Audio and Atocha Style both displayed record player-equipped consoles this year.
In maintaining with the all round trend of saving space and urban living, Miele has come out with a number of new designs for city-dwellers. Their combination microwave/oven and steam cooker/ovens allow shoppers to buy two appliances that take up the space of just a single. Christian Schwarz, VP of Marketing, also explained that Miele’s slimmer, far more compact refrigerators had been designed for urbanites who want to choose up a lot more fresh, regional generate daily as an alternative of storing large amounts of food in their residences.
We hope you enjoyed our roundup of fascinating new interior design and style trends from the 2015 Architectural Digest House Design and style Show! Which booths inspired you the most? Let us know in the comments below.
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