Architectural Digest Design Show

March 16-19 at Pier 92 in New York, designers, editors, and homeowners turned out at the Architectural Digest Design Show to explore the latest and the greatest offerings in furniture, lighting, art work, appliances, hardware, hard surfaces, textiles, flooring, windows and doors, and so much more.

The tagline says it all.

4 days. 400 brands. Countless ways to celebrate design.

2017 marks the 16th annual edition of the show and the hosts welcomed approximately 40,000 guests to peruse over 400 brands representing every industry imaginable in home design and décor.

As the show unfolded, the editors of Architectural Digest made note of trends evidenced in the offerings and buzz of the show.

Abstract Art – Abstract art has been a staple of contemporary design for decades, but the latest trend is to take the graphic imagery from the artwork and recreate it on the floor and the walls of a space. A new way to look at a bold idea.

Bright and Bold Baths and Kitchens – When optimism is on the upswing, color reigns supreme. That optimism is clear this season in the bright and bold options for vanities and appliances. Navy blue, emerald green and more are popping up in kitchens and baths.

Cutout Crafting – Graphic cutouts and peek-a-boo circles add a bit of fancy to furniture and accessories. Definitely a detail that is gaining momentum.

Glittery Gold – Opulent and warm, gilded accents continue to shine. Add just a bit with an accessory or go all out with a gilded wall!

Green – This is most certainly the color of the moment – it’s hot in every room in the house and in every material.

Lighter Wood – For contemporary looks that desire an airy sensibility, lighter toned woods are the perfect fit. They feel less heavy, but yet ground the space. Very chic!

Organic Outlines – Fluidity that mimics the natural world is what is at play in this trend. Still clean lines but softer, more nature based

So many beautiful things to see at this show!





















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