The Ultimate Upholstery Collections at AD Show 2017
Hello everyone! As you know, AD Show 2017 has already started and we made a selection of the ultimate upholstery collections you can’t miss! Architectural Digest Design Show has been improving so much that is almost impossible to choose between so many beautiful brands.
AD Design Show is taking place in the heart of New York, showing off amazing interior design brands and setting the bar high for design trends this year. Today we decided to gather the most beautiful upholstery pieces that are being displayed. Let’s have a look!
BRABBU is inspired by nature and different cultures around the world, creating amazing and unique pieces. Mixing the old manufacturer techniques with new design, they create strong and meaningful pieces.
Zavar Design utilizes modern technology and innovation and shapes it in unexpected ways to create individual furniture pieces that stand out in the interiors. Zavar collections are life-line stories, stemming from personal experience or shared passion; they are an expression of attitude, style and lure.
Ligne Roset offers you a wide selection of upholstery for any style you may like. “At Ligne Roset, innovation is a tradition”, and here you’ll find the creations from renowned designers and young, talented individuals from across the globe.
“It is more than just choosing a style, a fabric, a brand” is their catch phrase. Naula creates very specific elements out of traditional furniture and fuses it with elements of modern aesthetics.
A collective of belgia-european premium architecture and design brands, located in Manhattan. The most exclusive designs in a wide range of collections from Limited Edition to Atmosphere & Bois.
AD Design Show is taking place at Pier 92 in the heart of Manhattan! Take your weekend off and be amazed by this incredible interior design brands.
March 17, 2017 | Filed under EVENTS / and tagged with AD SHOW 2017, Architectural Digest Design Show 2017, architectural digest home design show 2017, best brands, interior design, interior design trends, new york, pier92.