We loved this storage system by Walltech – simply place your items on the wood pieces.

Lladró had some beautiful new lamps, vases and containers that look like they have eyes… Kind of creepy…

Studio Dunn introduced a new chair, but I loved their new vessels – including this geometric vase using flag symbols and these brass dishes:

I loved Mary Wallis’s lamps that go from simple (right) to slightly deconstructed (left) to completely exploded (middle).

Michael Iannone partnered with Joel Hester of Weld House on a beautiful sideboard faced with salvaged automotive panels.

I loved these objects by Jamie Harris.

Newcomer Inigo Elizalde had some bold modern Aztec patterns in contemporary colors.

Symbol Audio launched its brand new line of modern audio cabinets and LP storage. This stuff is absolutely gorgeous. And their mascot was a woodchuck named Fred.

Pablo Designs had a fantastic colorful chandelier in their booth this year.

Lindsey Adelman had a large booth this year where she launched tons of beautiful new pieces including sconces with hanging glass icicles, a beautiful teal chandelier that I want but probably can’t afford, and fun neon pendants called Woodchuck. Workers were actually filling orders while we were there:

Lamp parts:

Another brand I’d never heard of but am now in love with is Satco. Their geometric hanging lights and sconces were really cool, some even had moveable parts.

I stopped dead in my tracks at the GRAFF booth to admire this faucet by designer Davide Oppizzi, which reminded me of a snake’s head.

In the Bernhardt design area, Matthew Plumstead showed a wall-mounted and freestanding rack organizer called Clip Tree.

Oh hey! It’s Xiaoxi’s X-Plus!

And, finally, Vim & Vigor’s SF Lamp series caught my eye. Shiny.

And that’s all she wrote for ICFF, folks! Tune in next year when we do it all over again. In the meantime, read more posts from ICFF and New York Design Week.