14 Things We Saw and Loved at NYC's Architectural Digest Home Design Show

We scouted the aisles at the annual design show and found 14 must-see items, from sexy fridges to luxury beanbag chairs.

Photo courtesy of Native Trails The 13th Annual Architectural Digest Home Design Show took place March 20-23 at Pier 94 in New York City. Native Trails, one of over 300 vendors at the luxury show, debuted its new line of cement sinks.

Over the weekend, more than 300 luxury brands displayed their wares at the 13th Annual Architectural Digest Home Design Show. We headed over to Pier 94 and spent a day perusing the aisles — sitting on sofas, poking around custom cabinets, watching chefs demonstrate top-of-the-line kitchen appliances. We were dazzled by colors and technology but most of all by design, from Native Trails' concrete-and-jute sink to Reclamation Company's elegant leather-and-wood sofa. Everywhere you looked there was something to covet. Here are 14 highlights.

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