A Sneak Peek at the Architectural Digest Home Design Show in NYC
The event is in its 13th year and the products are as stunning as ever. Here's a glimpse of this year's goods, from fuchsia gas ranges to faux cement chairs.
Sometimes Pinterest just doesn't cut it. If you're looking for some hands-on home design inspiration, we highly recommend a visit to the 13th Annual Architectural Digest Home Design Show. Hosted by Architectural Digest, the annual event takes place March 20-23 at New York's Pier 94 and will showcase thousands of beautiful, innovative home design products from several hundred brands. Whether you're shopping for a specific room or just gathering ideas, you'll find furniture, wallpaper, textiles, art, lighting and lots more for all rooms in the house, both inside and out.
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Exhibitors include BlueStar, Bosch, Hygge & West, Zachary A. Design, Native Trails, Crestron, Frederick P. Victoria & Sons and — well, why don't you check out the list for yourself. In addition to booths, there will be an exciting lineup of seminars led by designers and industry professionals. At "Kitchens & Baths Transformed," contractor Chip Brian will discuss the latest kitchen and bath trends. In "Adding Color, Accessories and Texture: Making A Room Sing," New York Times Home section editor Julie Lasky will talk to design experts about how to spruce up a room. At "Design Dot Com," a panel of experts will explore how technology, particularly online home-design options, have changed the industry.
The first day, March 20, is open to design trade and preview ticket-holders. The show opens up to the public on March 21. General admission is $30 online or $40 at the door. Last but not least, be sure to use the special promo code "GONYC" to receive a $5 discount at the door or online. Purchase tickets at www.ADHomeDesignShow.com.
Stay tuned next week for our coverage of the show!