Friday, April 10, 2015

DIFFA at the 2015 Architectural Digest Home Design Show Part 1

I was excited to attend the DIFFA designs this year at the Architectural Digest Home Design Show. They were in a new location, with more room, Pier 92, which was fabulous. I hate to say I was kind of disappointed in some of the designs, thought they were a bit plain. I will showcase for you some of my favorites, the ones that really stood out to me and made me smile!  
Robert Verdi created a glittering setting for Essie.

This was lots of fun, Robert Verdi also worked with Essie last year as well. Love the nail polishes in the clear jars to design the table, such a neat idea ! 

Sunbrella’s boldly colorful scene was devised by Dransfield & Ross. 
This was probably my favorite with my love for color. I love the chairs, and the mix matched glass ware as well. Just a very fun, fun design!  

Stacy Garcia New York's floral design was breathtaking. Everyone was just in awe of the whole design.  

Ghislaine Viñas’s table for HBF Textiles drew inspiration from the Memphis design movement.
Manhattan Magazine and Fendi Casa’s glamorous table recalled Old Hollywood.
I really loved the glamour and class of this design by Manhattan Magazine  
Beneath the Make Up, and behind the Smile, I am just a Girl who Wishes for the World

I hope you liked this first part of the DIFFA display at the 2015 Architectural Digest Home Design Show. I have a few more selections that I enjoyed, and felt the need to share with you. Do you have a favorite here? Do tell in the comments below! Thank you all so much for visiting this blog. It is greatly appreciated!! 

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