Hospitality design can be luxurious at any price point, with these standout pieces from the Boutique Design (BDNY) trade show in New York this past week.
Creative director Robert Sonneman originally designed the idea for Suspenders in the 1980s before the technology needed was quite up to par. He filed patents for the ideation, and this year the modular design finally came to fruition. Composed of a power bar, hangers, and luminaires, the system can create everything from simple chandeliers to intricate patterned grids of light.
(Courtesy Wolf Gordon)
This super-thin new wood veneer material offering from Wolf Gordon is pre-finished with a matte lacquer finish, and a backing made specifically for drywall applications. BildenWood is offered in nine different wood species that all have a consistent wood grain appearance.
(Courtesy Resource Furniture)
Comprised of either solid oak or walnut, the X2’s block shelves are made up of 48 wooden slats that allow for the unit to be composed into a variety of different shapes and angles, to accommodate any size space.
MDC Encore Collection
These vinyl wall coverings look anything but synthetic. Colt realistically resembles pony hair, even having the ability to brush the nap in different reflections to capture light. The 6 x 6 squares also give the illusion of being hand-stitched.
(Courtesy Zachary A.)
Stone Dining Chair
This incredibly lightweight alternative to concrete can be left outdoors in all seasons and is available in multiple stone finish options, as well as custom colors.
One of two new additions to Designer Matteo Thun’s Venezia collection. This modern handle combines classic Murano glass with a base that is available in either black or chromed metal.