icff preview: iannone design

one of my favorite booths at icff always belongs to michael iannone of iannone design. it looks like this year will be no exception- these new dressers from michael are so fun. i love the cork front on the top piece…click here to see more of michael’s work or visit him at booth #2518 at icff.


  1. those are so awesome!!

  2. Caroline says:

    We (at Philadelphia Tourism) love Michael Iannone. His studio is in North Philadelphia. We call him “one of the country’s most sought-after producers of chic, eco-friendly cabinets and custom furnishings.” Kudos for featuring him!

  3. the bottom one is cute! (:

  4. Gary says:

    These are some of the coolest and brightest designs i have seen in a while.
    Absolutely fantastic!

  5. sandra says:

    these are pretty cool.

  6. lauren says:

    just fantastic!

  7. Such beautiful and original work–I love it when function meets art.

  8. Ronak tech says:

    Second one showing birds looks nice..

  9. Mikki says:

    beautiful! anyone know how these are priced?

  10. Beatrice Binder says:

    I have the console piece and love it. I did not see the consoles at ICFF …. just the dressers. Love mine!


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