26th Annual International Contemporary Furniture Fair


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In just a few days the annual International Contemporary Furniture Fair is happening for its 26th consecutive year. Showcasing the best and brightest designers in contemporary home furnishing from home and away. It will be held May 17-20th at the Javits Convention Center in New York. This is North America’s premier showcase for contemporary design, attracting and exciting 29,500 lovers of traditional design and craftsmanship, focusing on quality raw materials like wood and steel. The fair will be buzzing with interior designers, architects, retailers and industry leaders alike, and on May 20th the doors will open wide to the general public as well.

New York Designers Jean and Oliver Pelle have created this intricate wood lattice table, The Quadrat Cube 20.

Pell designs NY. quadrat glass puddle table2

The fair will feature more than 600 exhibitors from 38 countries across the globe, sharing their designs and creations for everything from carpeting to outdoor furniture, wall coverings to kitchens and everything in between for both residential and commercial interiors. This is an excellent opportunity to see the world’s finest and most innovative home furnishing designers under one roof.


The rt_stool by 100xbtr, a design team out of L.A California

100xbtr LA. RT Stool


o_Nest_o, a combination bird house and flower pot by design firm De CASTELLI,  Cornuda Italy




Zero- Hush Natural, Handmade in Seattle by design company LightArt



The Caspar Sofa, by Belgian Design firm Universo Positvo


Whether you are a designer, a tradesman or just a lover of fine furnishing, the International Contemporary Furniture Fair is not to be missed. If you are interested in showcasing your work or know someone who does, follow the link for more information. www.icff.com

Saturday, May 17
and Sunday, May 18
10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Monday, May 19
10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.

Trade and General Public
Tuesday, May 20
10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

Jacob K. Javits Convention Center
(11th Avenue at 38th Street)
New York City