The sweet fragrance of carnations and cherry blossoms filled the lobby of Forty One Madison Avenue for the New York Tabletop Show (April 22 – 25), which opened Tuesday to buyers and retailers. On Thursday, April 24, Interior Designer Day, the trade will be hosted to preview dozens of new products and seven new showrooms throughout the building.
Flower Magazine created a stunning wall in the lobby adorned with over 4000 carnations. The set was staged for a enchanting garden celebration.
Kelly Wearstler – Bedford & Doheny Collections for a mixed and matched trompe l’oeil tabletop. Stunning and modern pieces for a glamorous lifestyle. (Pickard Showroom)
Mottahedeh – Robert Haviland and C. Parlon introduce Linae, beautiful alternating grey and platinum lines radiating from a platinum filet for a sophisticated new pattern. Grey is the new neutral. Combine it with a splash of color for feminine and masculine appeal.
WHEN THE FRAGRANCE IS A MEMORY, THE VESSEL IS A TREASURE — Heirluminare Home – Fragrance Candles in Blue Canton, Tobacco Leaf, and Famille Verte. Perfect gifts for the host, birthdays and Mother’s Day.
Mottahedeh also introduced Tobacco Leaf Contempo Service Plate. The Contempo service plate has a wide boarder with a splash of the loved Tobacco Leaf pattern giving it a modern touch.
Hering Berlin – The art of porcelain came through with the Cielo bisque porcelain, freeform ceramics and perforated by hand details. Simplicity is indeed beautiful. I loved the cloche and the versatility of various combinations in the Noble pieces. Cooks at home and restaurants love its beauty and durability. Many of the pieces are dishwasher and microwave safe.
There are a few more showrooms I want to share with you: Casa Alegre, Ralph Lauren, Pickard, and Rosenthal & Sambonet. Thanks for stopping by.Images: All pictures are my own.