Sunday, January 31, 2010


Parsons console table in navy textured linen by Bungalow5

I entered the first day of  the New York Gift Show like a little girl at her first visit to a candy store-filled ith anticipation, enthusiasm and ready to buy! My first stop was to Bungalow 5-their stylish and affordable furniture looked fresh and modern, and I was especially taken with their new line of grey cerused oak finish cabinets- handsome and functional with lots of little drawers for storage.

Berkley cabinet from Bungalow 5

The Marina console in grey cerused oak by Bungalow 5 would look fabulous in a front entryway.

The dark cerused finish seemed to be a big trend as I found another beautiful cerused cabinet at Julian Chichester. The British designer showcased a contemporary collection of furniture and accessories with luxurious finishes and lots of  mirrors. I flipped for the flip floor lamp which showed lots of character-what a fun addition to a room!

Flip floor lamp by Julian Chichester

One of my favorite stops of the day was to Made Goods, a collection of focal point mirrors conceptualized by former Anthropologie buyer Oscar Yague, had the most exquisite collection of mirrors in classic natured-inspired motifs with larger than life proportions. They also just introduced a lighting line  that features wall sconces and chandeliers in delicate and luminous shells that produce lots of drama.
Leaf coral was the inspirition for the CoCo mirror

Ives mirror from Made Goods is a delicate lattice framework covered by a mosiac of capis shell.

Dramatic Gemma chandelier with over 100 mother of pearl coco beads

More tomorrow on the latest in fabulous lamps and accessories!

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