Chelsom are delighted to once again be exhibiting at Boutique Design New York (BDNY) 2018 which takes place at Jacob K. Javits Center New York on 11th-12th November. Now in its ninth year, BDNY is one of the leading trade fairs and conferences for the international hospitality design sector. Having been ranked among the fastest-growing trade shows in the U.S. for the past five years, BDNY successfully inspires and connects hospitality professionals from all facets of the business.
This will be Chelsom’s 3rd consecutive year at the event where the company will be exhibiting a selection of products from their exciting new lighting collections, Edition 26. Designed by Robert and Will Chelsom, the collections harness and refine the latest trends in finishes and materials and have been created with the requirements of the international hospitality marketplace at their core. The Edition 26 collections are the company’s most distinctive to date both in terms of design and technology with nearly all pieces having an integral LED light source or available with a LED option.
“BDNY is the number one show in terms of interior design for the hospitality market in the USA and we are very pleased to be exhibiting again. As part of our expanding export division we have focussed our efforts on the US market over recent years and BDNY is a key date in the diaries of many leading hospitality professionals so it’s incredibly exciting to be showcasing our most different and design-led collection yet.” Commented Philip Macaulay, Sales Director.
Chelsom has become one of the leading designers, manufacturers and suppliers of decorative contract lighting to the international hospitality sector working on a number of significant projects in the last 18months including Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, The Ned in London, The Beekman New York, Ritz Carlton Central Park New York and Four Seasons Seattle. Supplying both standard and custom designed lighting products, Chelsom has the expertise to enhance any hotel interior, whether 2-star or 6-star, from cutting edge contemporary to period buildings, guestroom to corridor to public spaces.