NYIGF Exhibitors Garner Bloggers' Choice Awards

NEW YORK-Five exhibitors in the Accent on Design section of the New York International Gift Fair have been presented with Bloggers' Choice Awards.

In this competition, five design bloggers each chose one product from Accent on Design that represented "urgent, odd and delightful design," according to a statement from GLM, the Gift Fair's owner and manager. The products were:

oIndoor vertical gardening system and home-office solution by Urbio, chosen by Joanne Domeniconi of the Daily Grommet

oShirrley by Design On Shell, chosen by Maxwell Gillingham-Ryan of Apartment Therapy

oPappelina woven vinyl rugs by Pappelina, chosen by Marisa Marcantonio of stylebeat.blogspot.com

oBubble Chandelier by Souda, chosen by Alexandra Zwicky of Design-Calendar.com

oLinx by Blank Bubble, chosen by Stephanie Murg of UnBeige

One of 10 Gift Fair divisions, Accent on Design included more than 200 exhibitors at this week's show.

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