The 16th annual Architectural Digest Design Show was a massive hit as the media and press crowded to get the first glimpse of new design products. Amongst the list are the Baldwin Evolved Door Lock, an Italian-inspired Metalprogetti Smart Closet, the Collins Dining Chair, and side tables you just can’t live without.
-By Nikki Main
The Eden Side Table is an extravagant piece that has been handcrafted and inspired by trees and flora. Amongst the other side tables, you’ll find the Monet which has been expertly designed to stand out in any interior design as well as the MECCA side table with its architectural bronze legs and marble-like surface it will make an impression on any guest.
The Baldwin Evolved Door Lock is meant to allow you easy access into your home without losing security. The lock is efficient while maintaining an elegant design as it uses your smart phone to unlock the door. All you must do is use your Bluetooth-enabled smartphone which turns into a key, approach the door, and use your finger to tap the key-hole and the door will unlock. This can be used for guests as well who can access an e-lock which will allow them to unlock the door for however many hours the homeowner desires.
How many of us have dug through our closets looking for our favorite shirt only to come up empty handed? Those days are long gone with the new Metalprogetti smart closet. Using your smartphone, the user can simply associate their clothing items with a number and when it comes to that night out and your looking for your favorite little black dress, just locate it in your phone and you will immediately have access to your dress. These closets are custom-built and can fit any space. Pricing starts at $7,000.
We can’t leave out the kitchen with its modern décor, therefore the perfect dining table to have in your home involves the Collins Dining Chair which incorporates open-backed chairs with sleek black legs finished with brass tips. The modest piece gives the room a breezy feeling and opens the space. It is a key feature to have in your home this Spring.