I'm still at the International Contemporary Furniture in New York (hey, there's a lot to see here). Today I went looking for Boston designers who are showing at ICFF. It's slim pickings. Shouldn't there be a huge creative design community in Boston producing furniture and other accessories?
I did find a Berkshires-based company called Nama Rococo that makes hybrid wallpaper/artwork. It's sold in two-foot-by-three-foot rectangles, so you could paste it to a board or canvas, or directly use it to paper a wall. The papers are silkscreened, and in some cases, designs are handpainted over the silkscreening.