Divine Design Finds at Maison et Objet Americas 2015
Orange velvet chair with matching color legs and nailhead trim from Ginger & Jagger/Munna.
Ginger & Jagger/ Munna velvet chair in orange showing details of orange wood legs and silver nailhead trim down the back of the chair.
Jason Mizrahi’s “A Volare” contemporary style arm chair.
Contemporary open back, arched wood chairs with linen cushion in blue.
Fleece and antlers continue their dominance in the home decor market, and the lacquered antler backed chair with leather cushion and dressed in a fleece throw is a perfectly elegant implementation of the design trend.
An impressive swivel chair from Elle Due with carved art nouveau motifs on the back coupled with a 70s style chartreuse velvet upholstery sitting pretty atop a hammered metal base.
Extraordinarily charming wood furniture collection from Chellini.
Details of Paris-based Hamilton Conte’s sophisticated contemporary homage with an elegant reinterpretation of 70s lounge style.
Wide shot of Hamilton Conte’s striking and refined vignette at Maison et Objet Americas.
Sculptural chair reminiscent of artist Alberto Giacometti’s famed sculptures sighted at NIBA Home. I adore the material mix of brass finish metal with the black hide chair cushion.
Spanish design firm Alexandra Collection had by far the prettiest chairs at the show. Truly a high-design, haute couture inspired confection created with the most critical eye toward detail. Perfection.
A kaleidoscope of vibrant color woven in a genius artistic pattern makes this peacock chair not only a one-of-a-kind, but a true conversation piece that doubles as artwork and furniture.
Always one to deliver sophisticated modern luxury in all his furniture collection debuts, Serge de Troyer did so again at Maison et Objet.