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ICFF 2013 Trends: Green

by Grace Bonney


Growing up, I was obsessed with people’s favorite colors. Any new friend I made in school would be asked that pressing question and I felt defined by my own personal choice: green. To this day I still carry a little torch for fellow green-lovers and hope they’ll be as happy as I was to see that green was everywhere at ICFF. Last year there were a lot of super neon-bright colors (there were still some this year, too), but this year I felt like everywhere we looked, there was a rich jewel-toned green. From the incredible striated chair above to the faceted light below, little pops of green really had their moment. As a green-girl from day one, I was happy to see this trend. I hope you guys will enjoy these green pieces as much as I did. xo, grace

Image above: Green chair by Dirk Vander Kooij (More details after the jump)


Image above: Sconce by Rosie Li for Roll & Hill (My favorite piece from the show, hands down. I wish I had $3k to bring this home).


Image above: Green chair by Dirk Vander Kooij

More gorgeous green designs after the jump…


Image above: Hanging green glass pendants by Artecnica


Image above: Table Chair by Brendan Solinsky of Northern Michigan University.


Image above: Table lights by Neil Conley


Image above: Green glass cloches by Panoramica


Image above: Table lights by Tatsuya Akita


Image above: Detail of green chairs by Dirk Vander Kooij


Image above: Detail of the green striated chair (and production process!) by Dirk Vander Kooij


Image above: Detail of sconce by Rosie Li for Roll & Hill

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