A Sneak Peek at the Upcoming Architectural Digest Design Show
When the granddaddy of all interior design publications throws a design show, expectations (and excitement) are high. Homedit is looking forward to bringing you all the highlights from the Architectural Digest Design Show 2016, held March 17-20. The 15th annual event will present the latest in all facets of design, for all tastes and sensibilities, from minimalist and modern to opulent and casual.
FURNISH is one of the show’s featured areas, that includes furnishings, wall coverings, textiles, art, rugs and everything else you’d expect. This section represented a big chunk of the 300+ companies and brands that will be included, and after checking out who’ll be there, these are just a few of the ones we’re most eager to see:
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The latest kitchen and bath innovations will be featured in the REFRESH section, which includes more than 100 companies. In addition to new products, new technology in appliances and all aspects of kitchen and bath fixtures and decor will be featured. Homedit is looking forward to seeing not only what some of the big global companies like Gaggenau and Bauformat have to offer, but also what boutique brands are presenting.
One of the most exciting parts of the show is the MADE section, which feature more than 150 juried galleries of artists and designers. The booths display art, fine furniture, sculpture, textiles, and lighting, that is available for purchase or order. More than 70 of this year’s makers are new.
Last, but certainly not least, DIFFA’S DINING BY DESIGN debuts at the Architectural Digest Design Show each spring, presenting a display of cuisine, creativity, and glamour with one-of-a-kind dining environments. DIFFA is Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS. We’re excited to see the overt-the-top dining displays that will inspire your next dinner party table setting.
Keep an eye on Homedit.com on line and on Twitter for more on the new products we see at the Architectural Digest Design Show 2016.