Abode New York is also a laboratory to test out new products and to assemble objects together through form, color and function. Abode New York provides a dynamic forum to showcase affordable and accessible lighting, furniture and home accessories by emerging and established artists and designers.
Among Abode New York’s designs for the modern home are:
- Ceramic lighting and other home objects from J. Schatz, designer of the renowned Egg Bird Feeder.
- Liza Phillips Design’s rugs and “ALTO Steps” a modern solution to traditional stair runners where each step has its own Tibetan rug.
- Modernlink’s stunningly elegant entry tables and shelving units that are crafted from solid bamboo and are destined to be heirlooms passed down from generation to generation.
- Locally handcrafted dinnerware by Lauren Adams of White Bike Ceramics.
- Black + Blum’s affordable and charming products including “Ringo” magazine holder and “Time Square” message board/clock.
- Studio furniture by Carlton House Restoration, renowned makers & restorers of fine furniture.
- Chilewich’s Plynyl floor mats, tablemat collection and napkins.
- Ekobo’s colorful bamboo bowls, platters and dinnerware designed in Paris and handcrafted in Viet Nam.
- Organic modern luxury bedding products by Elana Bober of Goldie Home
- Kenneth Wingard’s midcentury modern influenced home accessories.
- Mater Design’s “Peeble Bowls,” “Marblewood Collection” of candelabras and tableware and handcrafted “High Stool.” These designs combine high end home accessories with working methods that support people, local craft traditions and the environment.
- Pure wool melton pillows and throws by Scottish textile artist Sarah Campbell of Mogwaii Design.
- Teroforma’s Oyyo Petal bone china dinnerware and Lolo series of polished and brushed stainless steel flatware.
- Products by Maja Brugos of Tikoli, Tokyo Bay and Vincent Reardon LLC.