Yesterday I went to the annual Dwell on Design show at the L.A. Convention Center. This is the home design equivalent of a great music festival, where you can discover lots of new items in one place. The show takes place from June 21-23, so if you’re in the Los Angeles area, you can still attend. The following are some things that caught my eye.
Jeff Lewis Color simplifies the process of painting your space by offering a core palatte of 32 designer curated colors in a range of muted neutrals in six different categories: whites, greens, greys, blues, beiges and browns.
Haand is an artisanal design and production studio from Durham, North Carolina. The company creates high quality, durable, sensual pieces for everyday use.
Artist and master craftsman, John Liston is a designer of modern furniture, lighting and accessories.
Americh creates the finest luxury bathing systems, all made in the USA. The company is committed to beautiful design, lasting quality, the latest in technology, and environmentally sensitive practices.
Founded in Germany in 1899, Miele is a premium appliance brand offering a full suite of built-in appliances and floor-care products, excelling in quality and performance. Shown above is the Limited Edition, Brilliant White Plus model – taking the minimalist look to the extreme.
Lladro is a worldwide leader in artistic porcelain. For 60 years, all pieces have been handcrafted in the workshops of the City of Porcelain in Valencia, Spain.
Brave Space Design creates distinctive furniture fit for a modern life. They are made in the USA and sustainably crafted from start t finish.
Franz Viegener makes hand-crafted premium bath faucets from Argentina.