Best of Inhabitat: ICFF 2010

The annual International Contemporary Furniture Fair showcasing the hottest new interior furnishings and products from around the globe is always a treat for us and, surprisingly, the 2010 show was even more kickass than years past despite a sleepy economy. We spotted so many fab furniture finds from eye catching newsboxes turned into terrariums and aquariums to a stylish chair upcycled from 350 decks of playing cards to this puffy and delightful light fixture made of steel scrubbing sponges to a clever bassinet that transforms into a rocker. Want to see more? Check out a vibrant gallery of all of our favorite designs here!In addition to the bevy of eye-popping designs on the rest of the floor, we were super excited to check out the DesignboomMart, a little section curated by Designboom.com filled with fun products made by up-and-coming independent designers. The best part? You can actually buy them right at the show! Check out all of our picks from the mart here.

—Written by Yuka Yoneda
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