Artists gave Raydoor's sliding doors a graphic treatment near the show floor entrance.
Urban Story displayed clocks stylized as cities, among other products. CitiBin added a little greenery to the show floor with their smartly designed enclosures for trash.
Concrete Collaborative demonstrated their polished concrete tiles, decked out in vibrant aquamarine colors.
Lefroy Brooks and Cooper & Graham showcased a series of sleek fixtures and faucets.
Ergotron Home's adjustable desks, designed for small space living and debuted at DODNY, transition from standing to sitting positions easily.
Haier set up a tiny kitchen with built-in, 24-inch appliances to demonstrate how urban living can balance cost-effectiveness, functionality, and style.
Tamlyn provided information on its building materials, XtremeTrim and TamlynWrap, while Hearth Cabinet warmed the minimalist space with one of its signature ventless fireplaces.
Kessick debuted Elevate, their newest wine storage system.
Visitors relax on Carl Hansen & Son's Signature Chair by Frits Henningsen.
Resource Furniture debuted five new collections at DODNY this weekend, including Nature, the latest large-scale wall covering in a collection by photographers Tom Haga and Lena Johnsen.
Visitors were impressed by Mod-ified Designer Wall's affordable, innovative wall solutions.
Representatives from AL13 chatted with visitors about their cut-to-fit metal panel system, which can be customized on-site and installed on any kind of structure.
Dutch design firm Moooi, whose co-founder, Marcel Wanders, addressed Dwell on Design Los Angeles earlier this year, debuted a new line of vivid carpets.