Earlier this week we had the opportunity to checkout this year’s International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) which had more than 600 exhibitors that showcased creative and innovative designs in categories from materials to kitchen and bath. We spent about five hours taking it all in so we thought it would be nice to share a few of our favorite finds. If you think we left something out share it with us in the comments below!


We spotted the new Elan Vital faucet from Watermark in a polished copper finish! Watermark definitely had one of the most creative booths at the show–a creative display of chalkboard drawings and various pieces from this industrial inspired collection.



I loved the new Juliet from MTI! It has a super smooth finish, sleek lines and an organic shape that would really elevate the style in any contemporary bathroom.



Upon entering the Gessi Booth it felt like I was stepping into a tropical oasis. The two-dimensional Tremillimetri shower collection has a minimal elegance that can add spa like atmosphere to a modern bathroom.



We also spotted the new Eleganza Faucets in some interesting finishes. My favorite is the smoky black metal finish.



DLV is a full-service design/build furniture company based in Red Hook, Brooklyn that has launched a hardware accessories line with some interesting and funky designs.



Rohl is famous for their fireclay farmhouse sinks but this week they were showing off their new and shiny stainless steel model.



Lefroy Brooks is trying something a little bit new and stepping into the world of modern design with this new bathroom vanity. We can’t wait until it’s available!



Hand-blown glass pendants in fun colors from Tom Kirk Lighting.



At the Gabriel Scott booth we spotted lots of interesting geometric designs from marble and copper coffee tables to menswear inspired x-benches. We loved it all but could not stop gawking at these gem shaped pendants.




Duravit has gone high-tech and introduced a set of Bluetooth speakers built into a mirrored medicine cabinet, complete with LED lighting. The quality of the sound system was great and the sleekness of the cabinet works well with their Vero collection.



Nothing looked more luxurious and elegant than these rose gold shower fixtures with black geometric crystal handles from Samuel Heath.




The Furniture Guild always has some amazing new vanity designs to display at ICFF. This year some of the modern designs in the Nuvo collection were our favorites. Each vanity is handcrafted and can be customized with different sink sizes, styles, finishes and accessories. Some of the drawers were even lined in leather!




Clearly, everyone is in love with the  shiny and rose gold like copper because it was everywhere at this year’s show.  Here’s a Vola faucet in the popular new finish.

All in all, it was a great show! Did any of you get a chance to check it out as well?