The devil is in the details – that’s for sure – at this year at ICFF. Besides the carryover trends from 2013 like marble, copper and brass, we noticed that people were really paying attention to the little things. It seemed like every lamp or storage piece I looked at had something special, like added jewelry we haven’t seen in a while.

Interesting handle details from Khouri Guzman Bunce Lininger

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44Steel had an interesting industrial-inspired door handle that reminded me of an allen wrench

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John Eric Byers hand carves wood to make this unique pattern.

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KWH had beautifully shaped handles that mimic the lines of their lighting.

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Janosi Designs used contrast coloring on the upholstery buttons and wood inlay on this chair and ottoman.

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Beautiful inlay on a table by Asher Israelow. Can you imagine how long this took?

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Lovely chair details with stitching Palo Samko.

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Pulls from Palo Samko

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Mary Wallis‘ amazing patina

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Stephen Kenn‘s buckled seat backs

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Nice handles from WFOUR

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Doshi Levien partnered with nanimarquina on a beautiful collection of rugs that feature symbols and shapes, as well as metallic yarn.

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Sauder plays peek-a-boo with hot pink drawers.

Want more ICFF? Make sure you check out Part 1Part 2, Part 3 and Part 4 of our show report.