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icff 2010: the final roundup

by Grace Bonney

today if my final icff post, wrapping things up with 20 of my favorite pieces from the show, including a beautiful retro bathtub, gorgeous textiles, wallpaper, and much more. thanks for tuning in for all of this year’s trends. if you missed any this week, here’s a wrap up: inspired by nature pt 1, inspired by nature pt 2, fun textures + shapes, wood + metal, facets + organic shapes, circles.

[images above: beautiful new wallpapers by deborah bowness that bring the art and books to the room for you]

[image above: i loved these flat pak metal bike baskets from mio]

[images above: i loved these colorful handprinted textiles from emamoke ukelegh]

CLICK HERE for the rest of the icff final roundup after the jump!

[images above: beautiful textiles and wallpaper from julie jenkinson]

[image above: these lights looked like normal tubes until you touch them and they fold up in your hand. so cool! lights by materialise]

[images above: great bikes by public]

[image above: i loved this small, self-contained storage unit in the german design section]

[images above: a great mixed dresser and copper-leaf armoire from boca do lobo]

[image above: a russian nesting doll wall installation from russian design students]

[image above: this image is blurry, but i tried to snag it as i was running home. i loved the retro feel to this tub and the mint wall color behind it. tub by lefroy brooks]

[image above: colorful alpaca blankets at jonathan adler‘s booth]

[imahe above: convertible chair/bassinet from lunar]

[image above: i loved the embroidery on this chair]

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