Boutique Design New York (BDNY) is the leading trade fair for the US hospitality design industry.
Based in the Jacob K. Javits Center “for two high-energy days each November, it’s the curated, creative event of the industry—bringing designers, architects, purchasing agents, hoteliers, owners, and developers together with inventive manufacturers of design elements for hospitality interiors for a highly curated experience.”
Events like these give us the opportunity to engage with the interior design community and allow us to showcase our outstanding talents and services.
This year’s show featured some strong design and color themes, the most evident being that of nature. From beautiful botanical themes using leafy greens and delicate flowers to organic structures with influences of earthly elements.
Textures played a key role in adding depth and warmth to spaces. Wool and leather led the way for textiles while elements of gold and metallic added a touch of glamour.
Not only did this theme dominate pattern and texture but also color.
Warm earthy muted tones were used to create spaces of zen while pops of blues and greens were used to create biophilic settings.
Our own stand was influenced by nature thanks to the bespoke floral carpet design that was specifically created for BDNY. The design showcased the high levels of our design capabilities and our ability to add vibrant, eye-catching color.