icff 2011: part three

by Grace Bonney

Whew! After Brimfield and three long days at the Javits Center I am ready to put my feet up and work in pajamas for a day. My entire sofa is covered in flyers, catalogs and press kits from all the shows and this morning I’m dipping back into my ICFF bag for more of my favorites from this year’s show. After this post I’ve got one more lineup of ICFF goods and then it’s on to Surtex and some fun new pattern designers entering the market. But first, time for furniture…xo, grace

Image above: beautiful wooden discs (part of a series of tables) from Sandback

Image above: thick, lush rugs from Anita Bell

Image above: “Uzu” wooden disc speakers from Team Tokushima

Image above: New wallpaper from Flavor Paper (more after the jump)

CLICK HERE for 15 more designs from ICFF after the jump!

Images above: New wallpaper from Flavor Paper

Image above: I loved these glass and leather hanging orbs from Esque Studio

Image above: One of the more political pieces at the show, a student design from Northumbria responding to the BP oil spill.

Image above: Beautiful wooden and metal tools, also from the Northumbria student booth.

Image above: This chair looks like a fun place to sit and read by Gabriella Azlalos.

Image above: There were a lot of fireplaces happening at ICFF this year. This little silver design by Brasa was fun.

Image above: Hot pink outdoor chairs from Richard Schultz.

Image above: A wooden settee rocker by BOARD.

Image above: Colorful Pantone furniture from Seletti.

Image above: These were playful pieces that looked like candles but were actually screw-in bulbs for lights. Design by Ali Saivoshi

Image above: There wasn’t a lot of urban homesteading design happening at ICFF but this modern chicken coop did a good job of representing for that movement. Design by RAAD in Brooklyn.

Image above: a flower pot-turned-grill from Black + Blum.

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