On New York’s Pier 94, this spring’s Architectural Digest Home Design Show was a chance for professionals and armchair decorators to see a sampling of what’s state-of-the-art in everything from appliances and room finishes to, well, art.
In the “MADE” wing of juried galleries, where artists and artisans display their creativity there were some fun, quirky pieces attracting passers-by and buyers.
At Wild Chairy, Andrea Mihalik recycles vintage chairs into functional art using bold combinations of textiles and embellishments, such as organza petals or laced grommets. (www.wildchairy.com)
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