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AD Show 2019: What to Look at Before the American Trade Show

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Today, due to the eminence of AD Show 2019, we decided to celebrate interior design. Therefore, we bring you some of the most fabulous designers and products. The fantastic American trade show will start on thursday (21st) until the 24th (sunday) and 40000 people are expected.

See also: The London Fashion Week Colors in Your Dining and Living Room

Today we have products at their best interest to decorate your dining and living room. More articles about AD Show will follow!

Design by Bunny Williams

Round tables are always the most inviting design: they welcome a small group or a large gathering on equal terms. The Harvest Dining table has a beautifully hand-carved hardwood top has a cerused oak finish, which was popular throughout the Art Deco era and frequently used by many notable mid-century furniture designers. Wrapped around the middle of the brushed wrought iron base is a gilt rope accent, an element that brings even more warmth to the scene, a classic touch of a Bunny Williams design.

Design by India Mahdavi

With elegance and sophistication, India Mahdavi signs a series of two tables, called Parrot. Dynamism emanates through the subtle tabletop’s colours contrasts with the orange-red epoxy painted table leg. Used by itself or as a set, the Parrot tables fit perfectly to every kind of interior or exterior.

Design by Piet Boon

Inspired by the shape of the iconic Piet Boon KLINK side table, the OLLE designer furniture series is infused with the same non-geometric contour. The generous proportioned OLLE dining-and more accessible bistro table is the first table design to not have a head to the table, enabling users to sit intuitively and making everyone equally important.

Design by Alberto Pinto Studio

Alberto Pinto is a legendary figure in the world of decoration and interior design, built his great work upon the mingling of cultures, the eclectic and his relentless quest for the exceptional. Alberto Pinto Interior Design appropriates the eclectic taste of its international clientele in adjusting its decors to each of their desires all the while adding elegance which creates a balance within such opulence. This piece is a great example of that. The Tres Ilhas table is composed of three nesting tables in brown horn marquetry and gilded natural horn fillets.

Design by Kelly Hoppen

Kelly Hoppen is one of the biggest names in the interior design world. She has a big line of furniture that reflects her signature style: neutral palettes, beautiful textures and an East meets West aesthetic. The Ottoman bench is one of the highlights of her collection.  It is enormously versatile and works as a perfect footstool or additional seating in any room. The wooden table piece attached also slides across the top adding a further useful function as well.

Design by Nate Berkus

Since Nate Berkus established his award-winning interior design firm at the age of 24, his approachable and elevated philosophy has transformed countless homes around the world. Recently he created a collection for Living Spaces alongside Jeremiah Brent. A highlight of that collection if the Laurel armchair. Nate and Jeremiah fell in love with the block printed pattern on their Laurel accent chair – it reminds them of travelling and the crafts they search for on their adventures. They designed this piece to be a modern version of a classic English form.

Design by Patricia Urquiola

Perhaps best known for her playful and poetic yet functional designs, Patricia Urquiola is one of the most sought-after designers and architects of our generation. Through a unique approach to design, Urquiola creates new concepts and design by constantly reinventing and rethinking new ways to innovate. One of her best designs is the Fjord chairs, the chair becomes armchair and then stool. Its broken form and abstract concept together become an object of design: smooth lines that support and envelop are picked out in decorative stitching in harmony with the essence of the chair’s structure.

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