Admittedly, I’ve been a bit lazy with my posts the past 10 days. But now that my parents’ NYC visit has come to an end (sad…) I’m once again devoted you, dear readers, and your endless pursuit for fabulous home design. And, with that, here’s my ICFF Roundup Part Two, featuring The Best in Furniture—my favorite picks in the furniture category of ICFF. Enjoy! Final roundup, part three, to come tomorrow. I promise… (-Allie)
Tucker Robbins: I discovered Tucker Robbins about a year ago when I was producing a decorating story for a magazine and was in need of a remarkable, organic side table. I’ve been in love ever since. Each of his designs is uniquely stunning in its own right. And on top of that, Tucker works with individuals in tribal communities to produce each piece using eco-friendly products. Bonus points for that.
Aprro: This modern design studio just celebrated its launch on May 18th, but each piece is so well-thought and sophisticated that you’d think they’d been around for decades. The JFK line especially caught my eye. Classy and oh-so-sexy…hmm, I wonder where it got its name?
Joel Escalona Studio: Saarinen, Starck, Eames—There have been designers through history that have made their mark on the Fabulous Furnishings Timeline. When I spotted Joel Escalona’s “Dancing Tables” at ICFF I immediately thought he’d be among that list. Unique and inspired, these tables definitely catch your attention and could easily be a timeless favorite years down the line.