To kick our coverage of NYCxDESIGN off, here's the first part of our favorites from the International Contemporary Furniture Fair.
Flavor Paper and UM Project turn ordinary wallpaper into an interactive, conductive experience with lights, sounds, and motion.
Old school meets new school in this desktop design that uses Flavor Paper's Brooklyn Toile wallpaper paired with an Aristotle quote.
Our favorites (part 1) from 2016 ICFF which just wrapped up having offered plenty of modern wares.
We made custom Andy Warhol wallpaper with Flavor Paper and then designed a small bedroom around the results.
Our favorites from the 2016 Architectural Digest Design Show where we fell in love with the emerging and established designers.
We take a look back at 2015 to see all of the creative workspaces that we featured, along with interviews of some renowned designers.
From musical textiles to student work, we sought the best ICFF had to offer.
For this month's Where I Work, we get to explore the color splattered world of wallpaper darlings, Flavor Paper.
Flavor Paper continues to crank out unforgettable designs so let's see what keeps the founder, Jon Sherman, inspired.
Another year, another ICFF. To be entirely honest, I thought last year’s show was a bit of a downer but in contrast, this year’s…