I wasn’t planning on having enough content for a part 6, but here I am!

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ICFF 2009: Part 6 in main home furnishings  Category

Marie-Louise Hellgren showed me her “Pippi Longstocking” chair, a plywood chaise with wool over top, then covered with her removable knitted “stocking” cover. Contact her at mlhdesign [at] home.se.

ICFF 2009: Part 6 in main home furnishings  Category

This chair, Lucky, from Bruehl was just scrumptious.

ICFF 2009: Part 6 in main home furnishings  Category

ICFF 2009: Part 6 in main home furnishings  Category

ICFF 2009: Part 6 in main home furnishings  Category

IKEA’s booth was giNORmous. I really liked these lamps as well as the printed chairs.

ICFF 2009: Part 6 in main home furnishings  Category

ICFF 2009: Part 6 in main home furnishings  Category

The i-log and the Little Black Dresser were cracking us up, and we just want to see more, more, more from Judson Beaumont!

ICFF 2009: Part 6 in main home furnishings  Category

ICFF 2009: Part 6 in main home furnishings  Category

I love Areaware, and since I missed their party, I went to the booth to apologize. I couldn’t help snapping a photo of this bike for Sally. Really digging the wooden flashlight and bottle opener.

ICFF 2009: Part 6 in main home furnishings  Category

Check out Calligaris showing some color!

ICFF 2009: Part 6 in main home furnishings  Category

Brocade Home’s booth was predictable and uneventful, but still I very much love their boldness in being at a contemporary furniture show.

ICFF 2009: Part 6 in main home furnishings  Category

ICFF 2009: Part 6 in main home furnishings  Category

How cute are the Designglut ladies? The cutest! P.S. I love the plug candles.

ICFF 2009: Part 6 in main home furnishings  Category

How cool are these guys from Sonodesign?