BDNY’s last day was yesterday, and we have put together all the highlights so you didn’t have to.
The best hospitality design trade show came to New York for two whole days, between the 12th and the 13th of November, and has now come to an end, leaving everyone wanting the next edition to happen tomorrow. So, while we wait for 2018 for another great edition, keep reading to find out all that happened at BDNY 2017…
The Most Luxurious Stand
Covet Group’s booth (844, for those who haven’t been paying attention) was one of the most luxurious ones in the interior design show. Putting on display the best hospitality design solutions from the group’s multiple brands, Covet Group’s booth exuded luxury, elegance and a lot of sophistication.
Essential Home was also featured at the BDNY 2017 Covet Group’s booth and they had the chance to bring along four of their bestsellers. Loren armchair was one of them. The white leather accent chair was a huge hit and everyone seem to love the elegant look it could bring to a 5-star hotel bedroom.
Collins dining chair, Kelly bar chair, and Vinicius side table were also the stars of the show during BDNY 2017! The three pieces went and showed everyone how versatile they can be. Perfect for restaurants and vintage bars, these mid-century furniture pieces were definitely killing it!
BDNY 2017 Awards
Multiple awards were given out to the best of the best, during this edition of Boutique Design New York. From the best furniture stand, to the best accessories, bath and even architectural interior, the best brands were given recognition from BDNY’s team. These are just some of them…
Best of Show
SMITH & FONG CO. PLYBOO, with Resin Tiles
Art & Accessories
LOCO DESIGN, with Perla
Bath & Spa
DREAMLINE, with Enigma XT
BERNHARDT HOSPITALITY, with Format
Once again, multiple speakers had the chance to share their knowledge and experiences during BDNY’s Conferences. One of the conferences was actually a roundtable on Hospitality Innovation, and it was one of the most interesting conferences of the year. There was also a moment to discuss one of the industry’s feuds between design and purchasing. On the last day speakers sat down to discuss the future of the hospitality industry, discussing how should hotels be designed in order to achieve maximum operational efficiency. And this is what you missed if you didn’t get the chance to attend BDNY.
If you did attend, make sure to stay in the city for a few more days and enjoy the events we suggested!
Now it’s time to start preparing Maison & Objet! Are you ready?
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