Then I went straight to Ted Boerner New York showroom on the fifth floor, where according to a friend of mine, were the most interesting wallpapers worthy to be seen. And God was she right. Apart from their own selection of classic furniture, they also carry Tracy Kendall’s eccentrically cool line of wallpaper. Some of her unique and innovative wallpapers have embellished the walls of such museums as the likes of the Cooper Hewitt in NYC.
The glow reflected by the buttons against the light reminds me somehow of a Moroccan wedding blanket. Below is another really cool one that portrays a post-it wall.
This last wallpaper has huge playful sequins of different colors which also comes in other colors. I wonder how cool this wallpaper would look in a girl’s bedroom. As any other design aficionado I had a fantastic time yesterday at the NYDC event, but the most important part of it was to get to meet the people who came and stopped by to say hello. Thank you to those who made my day.
I refuse to make my home look like a pumpkin station in order to make it look more appropriate looking for Autumn. I love how the interiors in these images below give that understated feeling of warmth and nostalgia without screaming Autumn. It’s amazing how simple things such as exposed wood, touches of browns, leather furniture, a cashmere blanket or pillow could also bring the Fall vibe inside a home.
New York Design Center located at 200 Lexington Avenue, is celebrating a day of discovery. On September 22nd from 3-9pm leading designers and design industry connoisseurs will be introducing what’s new what’s next in design, products and more as well as offering their knowledge on their field through forums and discussions. You can rsvp here.