‘Designs’ reflects boro’s style

Emmanuel Delalain, of the DUMBO-based Atelier Delalain, reflects on his “Stars and Stripes” mirror ($3,000). For information, call (718) 237-0575 or visit www.atelierdelalain.com.

Despite a rainy start, BKLYN Designs, the annual home furnishings fair that sprawled over four DUMBO locations — Smack Mellon, the DUMBO Arts Center, St. Ann’s Warehouse and the Tobacco Warehouse — drew in more than 6,500 attendees from May 9 through May 11 to check out the work of artisans who either design or manufacture their wares in the borough. GO Brooklyn agonized over which works to include — too many were left out — but here are nine that were divine.

Bedford-Stuyvesant residents Jenny Argie and Andrew Thornton are the husband and wife design team behind the Argington “Delphi” baby changing table ($795), which protects little fingers with slow-closing drawers. For information, call (718) 218-8508 or visit the Web site www.argington.com.

Photos: The Brooklyn Paper / Jeff Bachner

Prospect Heights designer Jill Fenichell of Bongenre.com Elegant Melamine Tableware sold her new “Pigeons and Squirrels” settings ($24 for 6-piece set) for toddlers in the BD+ tent at the Tobacco Warehouse. For information, call (212) 447-0611 or visit the Web site www.bongenre.com.

“Dusk in Midtown” ($2,000) is an example of the stained glass work shown by Park Slope-based artisan Nancy Nicholson. For information, call (917) 696-7882 or visit www.nancy-nicholson.com.

“Convertible Candelabra” ($1,200 for set of 2), featuring sterling silver cups and glass hand-blown at Fort Greene’s Urban Glass by Kanik Chung. For information, call (347) 526-5544 or visit www.kanikchung.com.

“Beady Vase” ($90), handmade by Lois Aronow in her Gowanus studio. For information, call (917) 561-2854 or visit www.loisaronow.com.

Silk-screened denim pillows ($60), created by Tina Shoulders in her Sunset Park studio. For information, call (917) 482-5155 or visit www.laidbackhome.com.

Lotta Jansdotter linen handbag ($82) designed by Lotta Anderson in her Gowanus studio. For information, call (718) 596-2055 or visit www.jansdotter.com.

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