Monday, 22 March 2010

DIFFA and the AD Show

Back from NYC, and the great weather! Here’s a peek at the DIFFA tables, which were amazing as part of the Architectural Digest Show at Pier 94. It’s my first time attending both shows, and it was so much fun.

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Continental Airlines by David Beahm Design

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Carini Lang by Joseph Carini

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David Rockwell

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2 Michaels

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NY School of Interior Design with mentor Michael Tavano

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Evette Rios for Buitonis

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Fashion Institute of Technology with Mentor David Stark

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Kravet

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Eric Warner for Aesthete

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MMPI by Poggenpohl with Harry J. Daniell Design

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Artistic Tile

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Ralph Lauren

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Benjamin Moore by David Stark

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Arpad Baksa

10 comments:

sinnlighet said...

Your blog ..... it's amazing and soooo inspiring. Nice to find you!

A small footprint from Agneta & Sweden

Ps. I have an ongoing jewelry contest on my blog. Welcome! Ds

DesignTies said...

These aren't tablescapes... they're works of art! Thanks for sharing Michelle. And welcome back!
Victoria

Michelle said...

Ya, don't expect that if you come to dinner at my house Victoria!! lol. They were stunning!

Best,
Michelle

hey sinnlighet...thanks for stopping in.

Dale said...

Wow they're ALL fantastical! You're lucky to have seen them in person.

Brillante Home Decor said...

Looking forward to hear more about New York, it must have been inspiring and exciting.

Patty said...

Oh wow these are all gorgeous, I particularly like how the chandelier contrasts beautifully with the nature in the "Continental Airlines" design.

qerat said...

Amazing settings
So inspirtational and fun to look at all this talent in one place.

Velvet and Linen said...

How inspiring Michelle. Thank you for taking us along with you to NYC. Looks like a wonderful trip!

xo
Brooke

nannykim/spindlecottage said...

These were all so cool and although I live in an old cottage-y house I really liked the pictures with the glass type chairs and the wavy curvy white chairs; there is something about the design of those that speak to me!

Linda Merrill said...

Ah memories! You have pics of tables I never saw... wonder where they were hiding. Well, thanks!