1st Dibs at the New York Design Center

July 13, 2011 Design Scouting


Louis XVI chairs from Elizabeth Pash Antiques via 1stDibs @ NYDC

Back in February, 1st Dibs, the online emporium for fine antiques and 20th century modern furniture from dealers around the globe went brick & mortar when it opened its first physical showroom at the New York Design Center. 1st Dibs @ NYDC spans the entire 10th floor of the NYDC. Although the NYDC is typically only open to the design trade, the 33,000, gallery-like 1st Dibs floor is completely open to the public. Below is a peek at the beauty you’ll find inside. For information about hours of operation visit the NYDC website. And if you can’t get there in person, you can shop the 1st Dibs @ NYDC offerings online! Kudos to the NYDC and 1stDibs for making great design accessible to everyone!

Knox Martin Paintings from StellarUnion

A vignette from Lisa Laserow Antiques


1930s French Armchair from Objectiques at 1stDibs @ NYDC

I loved this pair of faux malachite chairs

Agate & bronze waterfall coffee table


A 1970s Victor Roman polished brass console

A Milo Baughman Sofa

All photos by me.

2 Comments

Tonia

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I’m in love with the polished brass console and the textile wall hangings.

Florida Life

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Am online site for antiques and 20th century modern furniture is plenty of work to run. So to do a brick & mortar unit also is amazing. I hope that combination works out well for them.

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