While at the Architectural Digest Home Design Show last week I saw bright, bold color everywhere. I was especially drawn to the colorful art glass that several different artists had on display. One studio I have had my eye on for awhile now isVetro Vero and I was thrilled to see them at the show.
Vetro Vero: Linda Holt Photo
These three glass pitchers are just incredible don’t you think? You can see more of their beautiful work HERE.
Next week I am very excited be to attending the Architectural Digest Design Show in New York City. It got me thinking about my last visit to NY when I attended the Wanted Design show in May. A fun find from that show was this colorful pouf by Studioavnicalled the Bindi Dot, made from upcycled Indian Sarees.
Inspired by the colorful Bindis that Indian women adorn on their forehead, the Bindi dot is the adornment placed between the two eyebrows. The Bindi dot is also known as the six chakra or the seat of concealed wisdom. You can check out the full collection HERE.
Have a great weekend everyone and hang in there..only another few weeks until Spring. I for one can not get there fast enough.
“BLANCO CERANA™ reinvents versatility with the addition of its warm, neutral Biscuit color to the one-of-a-kind Fireclay collection”.
Blanco’s new biscuit colored sink
Biscuit is a color the design world hasn’t seen much of since the 80’s . It makes perfect sense though to reintroduce it now since biscuit (creamy almond white) pairs better with brown/gray that bright white does. I see this as one step closer toward taupe and one step away from cool gray.
I never thought I would see it but laminate seems to be making a come back. While visiting KBIS I saw how Danny Seo has made laminate very on trend for Wilsonart (read that post here) and now Jonathan Adler is doing the same thing for Formica.
Linda Holt Photo
Adler has created a signature line for Formica of fun colors, patterns and textures. You can check them all out here. This 100% green product is easy to install, much more affordable than stone and now with all the new color and pattern options, definitely back on my radar.
What do you think? Would you ever consider laminate again?
Have a great weekend and for all of you in the North East brace for yet another Nor’Easter.
You know your product is a hit when 20 designers from BlogTourVegas walk into your booth, ooh and aww and run around taking photos of everything in sight. That is what happened when we visited one of our BlogTourVegas sponsors Walker Zangerat KBIS.
I have been a huge fan of Walker Zanger tiles since I first saw them and their new introductions did not disappoint. Below is a composite I made of a few of my favorites.
Walker Zanger at KBIS
My next blog post will be a bit more in dept about Walker Zanger along with more photos of their newest tiles. Today is a little sneak peak of what’s to come.
Color friends take note…is this the end of the cool gray trend? More on that topic in my next post.
As a precursor to KBIS next week I attended an educational evening at Designer Bath in Salem. I got a sneak peak of some of the newest introductions for luxury baths. One of the highlights for me was meeting the artist Franz Viegner who designs faucets that are truly works of art. This was one of my favorites of the evening. It is from his contemporary line called the edge collection in rose gold. I have never seen anything quite like it.
Franz Viegener Edge Collection
Have a great weekend everyone and I hope you will follow me on social media starting Monday to see all the latest kitchen and bath products that I will be posting live from KBIS.