While there was no new vendor at the NYIGF that knocked me off my feet, there were a lot of great new products and a lot fun colors. The new backgammon table from oomph, above, is already a hot ticket item. It doesn't come with a top but interior designer Elizabeth Bauer suggested covering it with a glass or clear plexi top so it can serve double duty as a dining table. Don't forget that while all the vendors are wholesale, they will also sell to designers. Just make sure to ask if there is a minimum. You can usually find a list of retails stockists on their websites if you can't purchase directly.
Jonathan Adler colorful dresser.
This console from Lamshop comes in 16 colors and a few different sizes.
Colorful tables at Bungalow 5.
Chelsea Textiles started with the Gustavian furniture and has branched out into mid-century and lacquered tables that I absolutely love!
More colorful tables at Worlds Away.
Spring green at Bungalow 5.
Love this chair and pillows from Jonathan Adler.
Loved this seating arrangement at Festoni.
Fun pillows from Room Service.
Middle Kingdom is one of my all time favorite vendors!
The packaging is just as fabulous as the soaps from Claus Porto!
Love the leather and ostrich mirrors at Made Goods.
It was winter outside but spring inside the Two's Company booth.
Chic designs at Waylande Gregory.
Always pretty pillows at Judy Ross.
Graphic print chairs from Seletti.
Patterned pillows from Dransfield & Ross.
Loved this artistic pillow from Dransfield & Ross.
More colorful vases from Middle Kingdom.
Liberty print and patterned pillows from Julian Mejia.
Natural Curiosities is my new favorite art booth.
Love these Liberty print tissue holders from Julian Mejia.
Photos by Heather Clawson for Habitually Chic