icff 2010 trends: fun textures + shapes

INTRO [image above and below: an amazing velcro-over-wire frame lamp from rachel o’neill of ireland]


[image above: such a cool idea- horse-hair brushes available in wall tile form]


[image above: colorful felt wall coverings from textile queen anne kyyro quinn]



[images above: details of anne‘s amazing wallcoverings]


[image above: molo‘s insanely pretty folding paper screens- not new, but just as gorgeous year after year]


[image above: these plush blue chairs had a very 70s vibe for me, but it didn’t change the fact that i wanted to sink into one and watch tv for hours. chairs by jaime hayon]


[image above: no words. other than: i want these. please? gorgeous chandeliers at the amaridian booth]



[images above: i loved these wire lamps from shine labs. so, so pretty]


[image above: i loved the caterpillar-like shape of this stool from the german design booth]


[image above: so cute and squat! a noguchi-inspired porcelain lamp from jonathan adler]



[images above: i want these pieces from rs barcelona in my home so badly. they’re not exactly a perfect fit, but i could squeeze them in. they remind me of packages wrapped in a giant rubber band. and for some reason the pendants remind me of molars]

  1. dee says:

    Jonathan Adler Lamp…. Amazing!

  2. Danielle says:

    I love rs barcelona’s collection too! It was there last year but I found that I was just as excited to see it again!!

  3. Kaitlyn says:

    those velcro lights are amazing! what a smart way to use them! and who knew it could be beautiful?

  4. Tanya says:

    I love the rs barcelon’s packages too. I have no idea where I’d put them but I still want them

  5. Shelley says:

    I love the Rachel O’neill lamps, such wonderful texture & the Jonathan Adler lamp, so cute & unique.

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