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Highlights from the Architectural Digest Home Design Show

Former Metropolitan Home design editor and Chicago Home + Garden contributor Susan Victoria sent us a report of her faves from last month’s Architectural Digest Home Design Show in New York…

  

Former Metropolitan Home design editor and Chicago Home + Garden contributor Susan Victoria sent us a report of her faves from last month’s Architectural Digest Home Design Show in New York. Follow the links to find out where to purchase.

 

Brooklyn-based Think Fabricate is making storage solutions of walnut with silk-screened patterns. I couldn’t decide which I liked better: the TV Quilt cabinet or the Fleur DeNoyer chest of drawers (shown above).

 

Love Tucker Robbins’ side tables and those crazy black snakawaka posts (shown above). Tucker sources from Africa.

 

Lindsey Adelman seems be referencing a modern classic but takes the arm chandelier to another level with her 11-globe Branching Bubbles Light fixture, made in NYC. 

 

The Ercole mosaic-front industrial six-door buffet has such a cool low profile, made in Brooklyn of grey-veined wood that frames handcut handblown glass mosaic doors.

 

Kathy Erteman trays of ceramic glazed blocks; made in NYC.

 

Moore and Giles in Lynchburg, Virginia, is creating a line of custom colors of luxurious leathers for Chicago designer Kara Mann. Their booth was in their gorgeous vintage airstream!

 

I have loved Sandback tables for years, but hadn’t seen Peter Sandback’s new End Grain tables. They are handcrafted of natural oak in Harrisville, New Hampshire. 

 

Absolutely loved Bar Cart no. One by the New Traditionalists. Made in New England from solid American walnut (everyone loves cocktails!).

 

This crazy Best kitchen vent is shaped like a tube of lipstick. Most exciting was their Visualizer app, which allows you to try their kitchen exhaust fans in photos of your own kitchen! 

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