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14 Best Tweets from Architectural Digest’s 2017 Design Show

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The 2017 Architectural Digest Design Show is in full swing in New York City. In its 16th year, the show offers a glimpse into the latest design concepts, colors, mediums, and textures by well-known and luxury brands. Attendees can join design seminars for people wanting to know how to incorporate what they see into real life and watch other luxe lifestyle presentations and demonstrations. Hundreds of brands showcase art, lighting, furniture, and accessories along with state-of-the-art kitchen appliances and design and bathroom design. Here are some of the best tweets from the first two days of the show:

  1. Because we love The Great Gatsby and this super chic pattern.

  2. Customize your bookshelf storage with an easily adjustable shelving unit that gives you the option to include drawers and a wine rack. Yes, please!

  3. The geometric design of this vertical garden could be useful in a small backyard, fill in a corner nook, or just be an amazing addition to your exisitng garden.

  4. Speaking of gardens, are visions of A Midsummer Night’s Dream coming to your mind, too?

  5. Those of us living with a small kitchen will appreciate the sleek design of this slender fridge/freezer combo.

  6. Swarovski. Enough said.

  7. We’d be afraid to walk on this rug, but what a great way to bring color into a room without painting.

  8. Your apartment doesn’t get enough sunlight to grow herbs? No problem.

  9. Now you, too, can have Cher’s closet from Clueless.

  10. Shiny. Did we mention Swarovski?

  11. A stove top that would make anyone want to cook, and it leaves storage space underneath for pots and pans.

  12. Wine storage that oenophiles can appreciate.

  13. Everyone looks good in candlelight. Give your home a warm glow with designer candles.

  14. Lookout stainless steel! Color and mixed metal ranges are H-O-T.

Cover Image via Architecture Digest Design Show

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