Puzzle-piece wallpaper from British designer Tracy Kendall. Kendall's source: donations from her friend's 90-year-old mum, who has a puzzle-making business in London. Kendall uses a variety of found objects—like buttons and feathers.
Ali Siahvoshi's ceiling light made from chrome cutlery from designer is aptly called "Hungry." Beware falling forks...
Daisuke Hiraiwa's these elegant, eco-conscious chandeliers help to elevate simple, everyday materials—from from plastic cutlery to toothpicks.
Swarovski exhibited numerous examples of applications for crystal in interiors—which, according to the salespeople, are merely a palette of inspiration for limitless blingy, "Cribs"-style incarnations. Damian Hirst might covet this sparkly number from STRASS—Swarovski Crystal Comments.
Made from an Acrylic Casa Mila Graphic by CRYSTALLIZED—Swarovski Elements, this panel is Gaudi inspired. Or is that gaudy-inspired?
If I had a mantle (and, on a freelancer's wage, afford one of these exquisite pieces), this Nuclear Pomegranate from the Jaime Hayon for Baccarat collection would sit front and center.
"Show me the money," is what I think Vermont-based Johnny Swing was trying to say with this amazing lounge chair made from 6,800 American quarters.
Viso's collection of hand blown glass pendants are customizable: You put a size-appropriate lamp shade-bedecked with any image you want-inside the glass globe. The result is a reflection-like effect.
This Vero Pendant is from Tanmantra Lighting out of New York. It's made of antique brass and pale blue murano glass but you can handpick the color of glass. What a country!