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Best of IDS, Day 2: A Mosaic, Pendulum & Polar Bear Table

We’re went in search of the best products, designs and booths at the Interior Design Show (IDS) 2018. Here are our second round of pics from the show


Our second day spent at IDS made us optimistic about this year’s pool of design talent. Established names like Ciot created magic underfoot with an elaborate mosaic, and EQ3 impressed us with the dimpled bowl lamp (the Canadian design company also received a tag on our first day at the show). Later that day, we couldn’t pass up an opportunity to give W Studio’s custom carpets a Loves tag. Their rendering of a subway tunnel in wool is stupendous. Lauren Reed‘s trio of pendulums – meant as meditative aides, not as time keepers – had our editors both fooled and mesmerized.

Once you’ve swiped through the ten designs we loved at IDS, find out which five rising designers made it onto our radar this year.


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