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Another Year, Another Adventure: Architectural Digest Design Show/DIFFA 2017

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Vetro Vero

Last week, I attended the annual Architectural Digest Design and DIFFA Dining by Design shows at Piers 92 & 94 in NYC. One of my favorite days of the year, the 2017 show was every bit as spectacular as in previous years. There were more than 400 luxury brands from across the world all gathered in one place, and the combined effect was absolutely thrilling!

I really enjoyed exploring all the latest trends, but if I had to boil the whole show down to one single element, it would be texture. Unexpected textures were everywhere from the rugs and furniture to the decor and art and even the wall coverings. It was really exciting to see how all the artists and artisans interpreted this and all the trends.

Here are a few of my favorite displays, but for the full set, please go check out my Flickr album! And be warned; I went a little crazy over the chairs this year, and only partly because my feet hurt. Enjoy!

Cec LePage


“A house is a machine for living in” by AJ Madison & Viking Range + ODA New York


Twyla presents Edward Granger


Roche Bobois + Gensler

Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

5 thoughts on “Another Year, Another Adventure: Architectural Digest Design Show/DIFFA 2017

  1. The Jason Lewis rocker seems perfect for me.

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  2. It looks to have been a fantastic event.

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  3. I’m blown away by the colors.

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