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After spending time in High Point, NC, for the fall furniture market and the bi-annual Showtime fabric market in December, a handful of trends in textiles crystallized. Here, we’ve highlighted four…
Asymmetrical lighting fixtures function as part illumination, part art.     The Sedona Single chandelier from Tech Lighting features glass orbs suspended from the sleek branchlike central hub via…
These days, consumers are spending fewer nights out and more time on their own patios, entertaining and relaxing. Keep their spaces stylish with these new outdoor picks.   Janus et Cie’s Artemis…
This winter’s show is set for Feb. 4-7 at the Javits Center in New York City. Here’s a look at what’s in store.    With deeply veined overlapping leaves, the Garden Cabbage decorative silver bowl…
Although they are inherently different, independent showrooms and big-box retailers like Restoration Hardware, Target and West Elm compete for consumers’ business, and it can sometimes feel like an…
At a time when contemporary furniture, edgy LED fixtures and minimalistic, modern style has permeated mainstream home decor, there is a still a yearning for traditional design. In fact, all signs…
Free augmented reality (AR) services. Let that sink in. It may sound too good to be true, but right now, developers at Mozilla, creator of the Firefox browser, are working on developing an AR tool…
Each season, busy designers work tirelessly to bring new products to NY NOW. Before you hit the show Feb. 4-7, go behind the scenes with designers at Bungalow 5, Made Goods and Worlds Away to…