ICFF 2017 Is Almost Here!

There are less than two weeks to go before ICFF officially opens the doors to the biggest design show of the year! Want to see the latest and greatest in upcoming modern design? ICFF 2017 is the place to be. This is an international design trade event and this year, over 750 exhibitors from all over the world will gather inside the Javits Convention Center in NYC to showcase their newest collections.

Here’s a taste of the international flavor you can expect this year…


…Fermob’s expanded outdoor living collection of furniture, accessories and lighting, including its modern and mobile La Môme Dining Chair.

…the genuine Parisian bistro table by Armadez, outfitted in new surface tops.

…light, playful, and beautiful furniture from PETITE FRITURE.


…Asian meets Scandinavian design aesthetics at Massproduction’s booth.

…monochrome rugs in new colors and sizes from Pappelina.

…ferm LIVING’s newest shelving system called Punctual, perfect for showcasing anything from art to plants to books in your home.

…a new white-grey color of garden furniture from Cane-line that’s practical and contemporary for outdoor use.

…Heymat’s industrial-grade but design-friendly doormats.


…an Analogue and Digital collection of patterned home furnishings by Zuzunaga.

…Texidor’s new NOMAD, a traveling blanket named for the origins of the fibers that compose it.

…a ping pong table designed in RS Barcelona’s signature attitude which they’ve coined stayplayful.

…La Real Fábrica de Cristales de la Granja’s collection of handmade lamps made from lung-blowing techniques from the XVIII century.

And, of course, you can expect a cornucopia of design from the US and Canada, the new ICFF Gallery, and other returning exhibitions and features like ICFF talks, design schools, ICFF Studio and more. We can’t wait!

Ready to go? Register for ICFF here and see you at the floor (and hopefully at the Milk Stand, brought to you by Dropbox Paper, at booth #105!).

As the Lifestyle editor, Vy Yang is obsessed with discovering ways to live well + with intention through design. She's probably sharing what she finds over on Instagram stories. You can also find her at