Starting next Wednesday, the day before Thanksgiving, You’ll be able to take 15% off all new orders from Herman Miller (plus free in-home delivery within the metro area).
If you’re a reader from New York City (or have the means to get there quickly) then it looks like serious savings can be all yours at the Knoll Warehouse Sale!
So here are the highlights:
- Up to 80% off list price on a bunch of items (which ones specifically I don’t know)
- Credit cards only! Amex, Visa and MasterCard
- From 10-6Pm tomorrow (Friday) and from 11-5Pm on Saturday
- Address is 766 SixthAvenue (corner of 25th St)
If you do happen to make the sale and snag some great deals, let us know what you got!
Late last night, New York became the sixth and largest state to legalize gay marriage.
Needless to say, Vastu’s a little happy about this. Good work New York, and congratulations!
Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS (DIFFA) is launching their 13th National Tour of “Dining by Design” on March 18th in New York City. Well known designers create gorgeous tablescapes and area restaurants provide food and drink for event participants. This amazing fundraising event will include food and wine pairings at the Table Hop & Taste event, as well as the innovations of design students. For more on Dining by Design, click here. The installation pictured above was designed by David Stark for Benjamin Moore. For more pictures, click here.
NYC-based Vastu Designer, Krissy Stecyk, shares 3 restaurants she considers must visits to check out the interior design.
image via Sarafine
Krissy, our designer based in NYC, shares some of her favorite places in various New York neighborhoods. First stop, Yorkville!
Vastu Art Director, Brian Petro, recently had his NYC studio featured on Apartment Therapy. Click here for more pics. Congrats Brian – the space looks great!
Printed Matter, the world’s largest nonprofit organization dedicated to publications made by artists, presents the fourth annual NY Art Book Fair, October 2-4 at P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City, Queens. Admission to the fair is FREE.
The Fair hosts over 200 international presses, booksellers, antiquarian dealers, and independent artist/publishers presenting a diverse range of the best in contemporary art publications.
Check it out!
Yesterday we posted tips on how to mix old and new home furnishing pieces. If you’re in the NYC area and in search of those “old” pieces, our NY-based interior designer, Krissy Stecyk, suggests giving the Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market a try.
The flea market it located on West 39th Street between 9th & 10th Avenues and it’s open 9 AM – 6 PM every Saturday and Sunday. Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market includes vendors that offer shoppers antiques, collectibles, vintage clothing, mid-century modern items, and more. The market’s Hell’s Kitchen South location is near the Port Authority Bus Terminal and Times Square.