See You at the 2014 Architectural Digest Home Design Show

Next week the world of design convenes for the 2014 Architectural Digest Home Design Show. Along with Architizer, Apartment Therapy and its companion site theKitchn, The New Potato, FashionSnoops, TRNK, Stylebeat and HGTV Front Door, I am proud to be a blog ambassador partner for this premier design show geared toward the luxury market.

2014 architectural digest home design show

Hosted by Architectural Digest and co-sponsored by The New York Times, the show includes not only a wide array of innovative products divided into several categories, but seminars, design series and the popular DIFFA Dining by Design, celebrating the worthy organization’s 30th anniversary. From keynote session with AD editor in chief Margaret Russell speaking with Alexa Hampton and Jamie Drake about the business of design to publisher, editor and book consultant Jill Cohen moderating a panel of design talents Laura Bohn, Elissa Cullman, Suzanne Kasler, and Brian McCarthy, the days are packed with illuminating and inspiring programming.

DIFFA Dining by Design at the 2014 Architectural Design Home Show

With the show fast approaching, I’m delighted to offer a sneak peek at a few of the exciting new offerings. The reFRESH category includes the latest for kitchen and bath. This season marks the show debut of Effeti, the luxury Italian kitchen brand. Celebrating their 40th anniversary in Italy, the Florentine company will present its elegant new bespoke 100% wood collection made of solid French chestnut and handcrafted by master artisans from a single tree.

Effeti bespoke wood kitchen  at the 2014 Architectural Digest Home Design Show

As we all anxiously await the onset of spring, the OUTDOOR section offers many enhancements for outdoor living from new grilling equipment to stylish furniture such as the charming Phoenician loveseat from Amalfi Living.

2014 Architectural Digest Home Design Show

The MADE area is an annual favorite. Premiering limited-edition and one-of-a-kind fine art, hand crafted furnishings and photography, the show’s curatorial team has made its mission to find new talent across the country and beyond. With many new exhibitors, there will be discoveries to be made for every style such as sculptor and designer Elizabeth Lyons’ luminous glass forms

Elizabeth Lyons at the 2014 Architectural Digest Home Design Show

Hygge and West’s artist-designed wallpaper, this a collaboration with Portland based design firm Laundry Studio.

Hygge and West wallpaper at 2014 Architectural Digest Home Design Show

and Frederick P. Victoria‘s new collection of reimagined archival pieces launching at the show. Based on a Hollywood Regency chair produced by the family firm in 1940, the new version features a continuous bucket seat in Moore & Giles leather reworked by their craftsmen to resemble artisanal leather armor (think Game of Thrones).

2014 Architectural Digest Home Show

This is just a tiny taste of what’s in store for the 13th annual edition of the show to be held from March 20 -23 at Pier 94 at 55th St., NYC. Thursday the 20th is trade only with Friday, Saturday and Sunday open to the public. For all information, including hours and detailed schedule, and to buy tickets, please visit Hope to see you there!

9 thoughts on “See You at the 2014 Architectural Digest Home Design Show

  1. I always find this show stimulating and look forward to it again ths year. My Blog is being perfected and about to go Online soon. After more than 30 years as a designer, I have much experience to leave. I ftell my clien’s that ” It is not what you have, but what you do with what you have”.
    Katherine Stephens

  2. Stacey, what a stellar lineup for The Architectural Digest Design Home Show!
    Thank you for the preview of things to come!

    The Arts by Karena

  3. Great article!

    BRABBU will be exhibiting at Booth 327, if you have the opportunity visit us there, we would appreciate! And if you want to know more about the brand visit

    Best Regards,

    Sara :)

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