Thursday, February 2, 2012

NYIGF

Here is your tour of the New York International Gift Fair...

Merben International had a colorful line-up of mohair throws with "rescued" pieces of yarn for the fringe. How wonderful that instead of tossing excess yarn pieces they've added them to the mohair for a playful looking throw.   
Oh how I would love to see this lighting fixture from Oly in a beach home! 
This monogrammed dining chair by Tara Shaw Maison was stunning! I would love to use it for a ladies desk/writing area. The monogram on the center medallion makes it extra special.
The faux florals by Diane James Home are for clients with a discerning eye. They are beautiful and will have your guests thinking you've got the best "green thumb!"
Dunes and Duchess was bursting with color and beauty! The sconces, candlelabras and lamps are the perfect "wow" piece!  
This chair by Design Legacy (shown in two different colorways and bases) would make for striking host and hostess chairs or an area where you need a comfortable statement chair.  
Worlds Away is one of my favorite sources for chic offerings for the home. This new marble top table is  striking!          
I am smitten with Ro Sham Beaux! I am now itching to use some of their fabulous lighting fixtures in my work.  
I blogged about Tritter Feefer here in my all American post for Tobi Fairley...love this vendor! They added several new items to their line-up that had me taking a second look. 
The Lizzy Deux  
The Greta Desk 
The Lido (the top table)
Sea Island
I hope you have enjoyed your "visit" to the NYIGF. Happy Thursday!

17 comments:

The enchanted home said...

Great highlights...love Worlds Away, anything Tara Shaw and featured that very chair last year (love it too) and all the other goodies. Was bummed I couldnt' go but next go around!

Susie @ Maddie's Nest said...

Oh, love this recap. I have to admit I stayed FAR away from the Dallas market last week and went in yesterday to see things now that the crowds are gone. I love the Ro Sham stuff too.....working with them on a custom chandelier at the moment. Not sure who is more excited, me or my client.

pretty pink tulips said...

Great recap, Lisa! Loved walking part of the show with you. And, love seeing what you found on Monday, too!!!

xoxo Elizabeth

Marianne {Style For Living} said...

So many favorites here. I remember admiring that Oly chandelier in High Point this past October. Love it! And, Tritter Feefer has so many great things too! Can't wait to meet you at Blogfest in May. I registered yesterday to attend. So excited! xo

The Buzz Blog said...

Thank goodness for bloggers like you and Pretty PInk Tulips to give me a bird's eye view of everything I missed at the show being stuck at the booth. Thanks as always for the mention and great to see you!
xxoo

Luciane at HomeBunch.com said...

Wonderful! Wow! This is such a great post, my friend. I really feel inspired by all the vibrant colors. I need some of that!

Have a wonderful day, sweetie.

xo

Luciane at HomeBunch.com

H.G. The Countess said...

Love your pics, especially the Oly chandy. Want!

Lindsay {LCVintage} said...

Love the beaded chandeliers! So fun!

quintessence said...

Terrific round up! So much fun walking part of the Piers with you - and then seeing you again tonight - what a treat!

The Zhush said...

Love seeing the show thru your eyes, even if we couldn't actually meet up, this is ALMOST as good!:)

allumer * decor said...

some great finds here . . . you have a great eye.

Ivy de Leon said...

Thanks for the recap. Couldn't get away to drive in to see the show.

julie said...

love all the pictures! the gift show is always inspiring!

carolyn bradford said...

Love everything shown here! We fell in love with many of the same lines at the Atlanta show. Design Legacy was probably my new favorite but I also fell back in love with Tritter Feefer! Worlds aways has always been such a good staple for us! We love them! Wish I could go back right now truthfully...no telling what I would find the second go round! Thanks for sharing and I'm glad to have found your blog!
Carolyn Bradford

Erika @ ~TiptoeButterfly~ said...

i planned on going to this - but had to skip out -- that oly light - u have no idea - DREAMY!!!!!! - remins me of a light my girlfriend got from DWR

annie said...

Seems as though you have an eye for everything I just love! Since I couldn't go to the NYIGF I feel as though I almost did!

Mike said...

The orange chair really caught my eye. I love how long and classy it looks.