The annual Boutique Design New York or BDNY just completed another successful year with great interior design trends at the Jacob Javits Center focused on the hospitality industry with luxury design. With hundreds of exhibitors displaying everything from lighting to rugs, we’ve summarized the Best Highlights of BDNY 2016.
The luxury brand KOKET returned to New York City for Boutique Design New York with new and iconic pieces, perfect for the hospitality market. KOKET displayed several sweet seats of upholstery, along with hospitality grade fabrics from the revamped textile collection, in their signature black booth 1523.
From gold leaf to wood to glass beads to vinyl, Maya Romanoff creates with a gentle hand, highlighting the natural aesthetic of each material.
Interior designer Kelly Hoppen has partnered with Richloom to create a fabric collection that mimics her design style.
Michael Aram work reflects humanity through the directness of the handmade process, as each piece is lovingly made using age old traditional techniques.
DelightFULL’s lighting reflects a personality or a frame of mind, and a strong passion for design is present in each detail. Working with their hands, they transfer their passion and devotion into everything they make.
BRABBU is a nature inspired luxury brand that offers a diverse range of furniture, case goods, upholstery, lighting, rugs, art, and accessories.
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