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Byline: Rosemary Feitelberg
NEW YORK - The International Contemporary Furniture Fair has come and gone, but not without leaving some indelible impressions on visitors. In everything from graffiti-inspired rugs to intricate prints for wallpaper, the stylishness of an object appeared to be as much a selling point as the design, whether the category was eco-friendly pieces, modern children's furniture, transportable homeware or experimental furniture.
Many flocked to Herman Miller to check out the updated version of the lounge chair that Charles and Ray Eames designed 50 years ago, and some went off the beaten path, looking for whimsical pieces like Mathmos' …