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4 Fun Products from New York City Designers

October 26, 2020
By Interior Design Staff

These four products from New York City designers are sure to put a bit of pep in your step.

Designer: Wayne Pate
for Studio Four NYC

Product: Rebecca’s Garden.

Standout: For his third collaboration with the textile, rug, and wall-covering manufacturer, the Brooklyn-based illustrator drafted a crop of nature-based patterns, like the zesty Citron wallpaper.

Designer: Hannah Bigeleisen of H.Bigeleisen Studio

Product: Pilar.

Standout: The RISD-educated designer exhibits her painting and sculpting background with a floor lamp in blue-lacquered papier-mâché, topped by a hand-dyed and -knotted fringe shade.

Designer: Caroline Z. Hurley 
of Caroline Z. Hurley

Product: Pink Moons.

Standout: The artist/designer refreshes a beloved textile, in block-printed pure linen, with a new blush color and purpose: Proceeds from it benefit the African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund.

Designers: David and Donna Feldman 
of Dmitriy & Co

Product: Toyen.

Standout: Combining plush and tailored, the lounge chairs feature down-filled tight backs and seats upholstered in wool, anchored by racetrack-shape walnut feet, with COM options available.

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These four products from New York City designers are sure to put a bit of pep in your step.
2020/10/27 13:32
Designer: Wayne Pate for Studio Four NYC Product: Rebecca’s Garden. Standout: For his third collaboration with the textile, rug, and wall-covering manufacturer, the Brooklyn-based illustrator drafted a crop of nature-based patterns, like the zesty Citron wallpaper.
2020/10/27 13:32
Designer: Hannah Bigeleisen of H.Bigeleisen Studio Product: Pilar. Standout: The RISD-educated designer exhibits her painting and sculpting background with a floor lamp in blue-lacquered papier-mâché, topped by a hand-dyed and -knotted fringe shade.
2020/10/27 13:32
Designer: Caroline Z. Hurley of Caroline Z. Hurley Product: Pink Moons. Standout: The artist/designer refreshes a beloved textile, in block-printed pure linen, with a new blush color and purpose: Proceeds from it benefit the African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund.
2020/10/27 13:32
Designers: David and Donna Feldman of Dmitriy & Co Product: Toyen. Standout: Combining plush and tailored, the lounge chairs feature down-filled tight backs and seats upholstered in wool, anchored by racetrack-shape walnut feet, with COM options available.
2020/10/27 13:32