NYC Design Week 2022 was a welcome return. The show was a tad smaller than usual, which added to the relaxed vibe and gave us the ability to focus in on some great design. Softness, squiggles, and a general organic feel seemed to be a trend at this year’s event. Check out our picks for your future home update. You may be attracted to the sensual curves and quiet tones, as I was. 

Peter Sandback Known for his nail head furniture designs, has added abstract cut wood to his repertoire.

Bernhardt Chairs by Bernhardt, are both elegant and sinuous, in muted tones.

Right, Etamorph Messier lighting by Enrico Tognoni Messier becomes a sculpture and displays the vivid complexity of an extraordinary stone.

The High Key Relief collection Glove couch is comprised of the most gorgeous squiggles.

Right, Belwith Keeler’s The Bijou Collection Hardware Elegant hardware, almost like a fashion collection.

Talbot & Yoon Lighting The Loop Light uses a bent brass tube and diamond tiling pattern composed of two unique shapes to create an endless variety of looped and squiggly wall sconces. Mark Talbot poses in front of his work.

The Galapagos Collection by Emtek Hardware So sensual. Emtek’s computer algorithym mimics the randomness of nature and 3D prints these, so that now two pieces are identical.

Right, Scandecor Rugs Soft and natural rugs by Scandecor, made of wood, cotton, and wood fiber.

3M Di-Noc Architectural Finishes We were blown away by the array of colors and textures that mimic stone and wood. The realistic patterns are as thin as contact paper, and apply just as easily. The star on the right hosts a wood pattern, which was applied to the dimensional piece as one piece. It really looks like wood, don’t you think?. Eco friendly to boot.

Poppy Wallpaper Jennifer Hunt, who once designed textiles for the fashion world has put her hand to this colorful and eye-catching wallpaper collection.

Right, Multiverse Track Lighting from Juniper Track lighting on another level, incorporates curves and color with magnetic task lights that can be placed anywhere on the track.

Coffee Table trio from Houe Mix and match colors and heights. Seven colors on aluminum and steel.

Right,  Astek Wallpaper Astek’s latest collection Astrata Miami is inspired by Miami’s geometric art deco shapes, pastels, and the city’s energy.

Ford Bostwick Studio furniture Made of one piece of thermoformed solid surface, a durable countertop material with a stonelike feel. Inspired by the form of a cresting wave. Flo Stool and Flo Chair.