Jamie Durie for B+N: NEW Infused Veneer


We are delighted to introduce a special collaboration with international award-winning designer, author, and television host, Jamie Durie.

Inside the Design

Durie and his team have inspired a unique design language, called “transterior”, to describe the creation of environments with seamless transitions between the indoors & out. The philosophy of bringing the outdoors inside and the indoors outside, helps to forge a deeper and more organic connection to nature within a constructed habitat.

This ideal curation of an environment inspired by nature – its elements and textures, required the perfect vehicle (hint hint: B+N Infused Veneer) to translate Jamie’s vision of imbuing interior spaces with the natural world. The result: a fresh and visceral collection set to dramatically transform spaces, while maintaining a symbiotic relationship with the outside world.

The Jamie Durie Infused Veneer Collection includes 11 styles, each an exclusive celebration of the shapes, colors, or textures discovered in both the rare and ordinary plants, flowers, objects, and landscapes found across the globe. Through skillful repetition of image and pattern, bold or delicate use of color, and varied but intentional scale-play, this ethnobotanical collection serves to inspire us from the inside out and the outside in, aka – our “transteriors”.

What is Infused?
Our Infused Veneer is a revolutionary product that “infuses” imagery and graphics into wood veneer species – such as maple, cherry, and walnut. These LEED certified 48” x 96” architectural panels can be used as focal walls, casework fronts, and can utilitze any of our panel-based merchandising product such as the Puck System.



Jamie Durie For B+N Infused Veneer: Abstract Navajo


Inspired by the unmistakable patterns found in Southwest Native American weaving. Navajo textiles are highly prized collector’s items. Originally used in every day life, they became a staple of trading between the Native Americans and those along the Santa Fe Trail. Originally, the weavers would dye the wool using colors from nature around them: plants, beetles, piñon pitch, ash, and clay.

Our modern interpretation gives this abstract pattern three-dimensional depth with a mix of cool and warm grey tones layered upon metallic shades of copper, gold, and rose gold.

Shown here in Cherry. Abstract Navajo is a 3-panel repeat.

Jamie Durie for Riva 1920 Tubular Chairs with Sputnik Floor Lamp

#JamieDurieforBN, Shibori

Jamie Durie For B+N Infused Veneer: Shibori


Shibori panels are a geometric reinterpretation of the the traditional Japanese technique of dyeing natural fiber cloth using thread, wood, and string. Traditional Shibori indigo dye is derived from from the True Indigo (Indigofera tinctoria) plant, native to Asia. When Shibori is repeated vertically, this ethereal design creates a memorable statement and offers its greatest visual impact.

Shown here in Maple. Shibori is a 3-panel repeat.

Sputnik Table Lamp with Hugo Sunlounge by Jamie Durie

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Jamie Durie for B+N Infused Veneer: Falling Dots

Inspired by the indigenous art of Australia and other indigenous, aboriginal cultures around the globe. This naïve pattern borrows earthy tones from the Australian landscape, and gives the feeling of being wrapped in hanging vines or the trickling of rain drops down a window.

Shown here in Maple. Falling Dots is a single-panel repeat.

Tubular Chair by Jamie Durie for Riva 1920 with Sputnik Multi Pendant

Wave Dots, #JamieDurieforBN

Jamie Durie for B+N Infused Veneer: Wave Dots


The gradient of dots in this pattern paint a landscape of rolling sand dunes, misty mountain ranges or crashing waves – either way a dramatic backdrop for any room setting. This is also the only monochromatic design in the collection.

Shown here in Maple. Wave Dots is a 3-panel repeat.

Large and Medium Sputnik Lanterns with Hugo Sunlounge by Jamie Durie

Pink Frangipani, #JamieDurieforBN

Jamie Durie for B+N Infused Veneer: Pink Frangipani


Here, pressed Frangipani, or Plumeria, displays its strong, graphic leaf shape into a burst of pink. These flowers are native to tropical and sub-tropical regions, and are most fragrant at night.

Shown here in Maple. Pink Frangipani is a 2-panel repeat.

Jamie Durie for Riva 1920 Rope Stool with Hugo Single Seat Sofa

#JamieDurieforBN, Blush-Tone Florals

Jamie Durie For B+N Infused Veneer: Blush-Tone Florals

Brazillian Jasmine – Mandevilla Sanderi. A continuation in ‘pressed flower’ design, here we’ve used the showy trumpet-shaped white brazilian blooms to create this tessellation. In their natural habitats, these flowers blossom on vines that grow vigorously, quickly transforming a bare surface into a visually appealing frieze of flowers. Our paneling mimics this au natural phenomenon with higher notes of graphic contrast.

Shown here in Maple. Blush-Tone Florals is a single-panel repeat.

#JamieDurieforBN, Blue Florals

Jamie Durie for B+N Infused Veneer: Blue Florals


Plumbago – Plumbago auriculata. Quite frankly we couldn’t have picked a more common backyard plant as inspiration for this design. Baby blue coloured Plumbago flowers, singled out and pressed the old-fashioned way between the pages of hefty books, then scanned to create an X-Ray effect and manipulated into the magical design you see before you. The most humble bloom transformed in the most extraordinary fashion to create an optical kaleidoscope.

Shown here in Cherry. Blue Florals is a 2-panel repeat.

Sputnik Pendant Lamp, with Hugo Single Seat Sofa, and Weave Umbrella Stand by Jamie Durie

Jamie Durie For B+N Infused Veneer: Donkey Tails

Jamie Durie For B+N Infused Veneer: Donkey Tails

Donkey Tail, or Burro’s Tail (Sedum morganianum) is a type of flowering succulent native to southern Mexico and Honduras. The fleshy blue-green leaves and trailing stems form an unmistakably dramatic and inherently sophisticated silhouette.

Shown here in Cherry. Donkey Tails is a 3-panel repeat.

#JamieDurieforBN, Chain of Pearls

Jamie Durie for B+N Infused Veneer: Chain of Pearls


The succulent, Chain Of Pearls (Senecio rowleyanus), when found in its natural habitat of southwestern Africa, trails along the ground, rooting where it touches and forming dense mats. When cultivated, it usually cascades over walls and fences, creating a natural and unique drapery of green.

Shown here in Maple. Chain Of Pearls is a 3-panel repeat.

#JamieDurieforBN, Zig Zag Spike

Jamie Durie for B+N Infused Veneer: Zig Zag Spike


Zig Zag Spike – Euphorbia pseudocactus. Inspired by the desert landscape and blue skies of one of Jamie’s favourite places, Palm Springs. The cactus & succulent plants symbolize warmth, protection, and endurance. They have become very popular in visual design for their beautiful yet harsh, architectural quality. These panels create a strong visual effect through the repetition of forms undiluted by the addition of anything else and are a lovely, unexpected stroke when used indoors.

Shown here in Maple. Zig Zag Spike is a 3-panel repeat.

Sputnik Floor Lamp, with Hugo Single Seat Sofa, and Hugo Side Table by Jamie Durie

#JamieDurieforBN, Candelabra

Jamie Durie for B+N Infused Veneer: Candelabra


Candelabra tree – Euphorbia ingens. Also inspired by the arid desert landscape and clear blue skies of Palm Springs. This is a fun and unexpected way to bring the no maintenance beauty, serenity, and life force of these stunning plants inside.

Shown here in Maple. Candelbra is a 3-panel repeat.

Large and Medium Sputnik Lanterns with Hugo Single Seat Sofa with Side Table by Jamie Durie

Access to the complete #JamieDurieforBN catalog here including technical details and specifications.

For additional information on this inspirational collection, please visit our website or give us a call…

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Off The Grid…

1224 Gridbreaking Panels and Accessories create a dynamic rhythm.

Design Off The Grid with our NEW Architectural System, Gridbreaking 1224

Gridbreaking Panels and Accessories bring a new level of design play to System 1224. With various panel sizes up to 48″ wide and 96″ tall, designers can create a more dynamic rhythm to the presentation. Combine the Metal Panels with magnetic graphics for powerful statements of color, pattern, and images.

Join us at Globalshop in Booth 1771, March 23 – 25, in Las Vegas, to explore the possibilities of 1224 Gridbreaking while discovering applications for current and future projects. We’ve reserved a spot for you, so take a moment now to register using the link and secure your free Expo Pass.

The wall is your canvas. Don’t follow the rules. Break the Grid.

#Gridbreaking1224  #System1224  #BNIndustries  #BiNspired

NEW: Electrified 1224 by B+N, Globalshop Launch

Electrified 1224 by B+N Industries, Globalshop Launch

Introducing Electrified 1224. All the strength and functionality of System 1224 with the hi-tech addition of plug-and-play LED illuminated shelves and cabinets…

Get up close and personal with our most powerful system to date at Globalshop, Booth 1771, March 23 – 25, in Las Vegas.

Follow the link for details:

System 1224

‪#‎BNIndustries‬ ‪#‎System1224‬ ‪#‎Electrified1224‬

New Kit on the Block

Kit and Ace, Elizabeth St, NYC, B+N Industries

Inside the Nolita boutique of the new technical luxury brand, Kit and Ace, on Elizabeth Street in NYC. (Photo credit: B+N Industries)

By Erin M. Loewe for Design Retail Magazine

“Athleisure” wear is a relatively new concept, and its explosive growth over the past few years shows no signs of abating. However, while many people prefer to live in their yoga pants, a comfortable, more sophisticated alternative may soon get their attention.

Enter Kit and Ace, a new and growing Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada-based retailer co-created by Shannon and JJ Wilson, the wife and son of lululemon Founder Chip Wilson. Shannon and JJ are merging their knowledge of textiles and retail to offer “technical fabrics”—most notably their trademarked cashmere blend called Qemir—that are comfortable, durable and fashionable.

What started as a concept store beneath the Kit and Ace offices in Vancouver in July 2014 is poised for quick international expansion. The new single-story, 1,851-sq.-ft. store in New York’s trendy Nolita neighborhood is considered a flagship for the brand, upon which many new store designs will be based. Kit and Ace has been opening an average of one store per week since the Nolita store opening last November.

To create a store with a sleek, urban aesthetic that was easily transferrable, Kit and Ace partnered with Vancouver-based Evoke International Design and Burlingame, Calif.-based B+N Industries.

“Passionately, we design our shops with a strong sense of place, but the nature of our rollout program requires us to have a large pre-fabricated component,” says Jordi Morros, head of shop development at Kit and Ace. “In collaboration with B+N and (Surrey, British Columbia, Canada-based) Divert Millwork, the Kit and Ace shop development team has produced a unique fixture package that is the foundation for our custom-built shops, with flexibility for future growth and economies of scale. Basically, we’ve ended up with transformable spaces, installed in minimal time, at a quality level you would expect to find in a high-end home.”

The Nolita store exudes a relaxed yet modern vibe. Reclaimed redwood planks flank the exterior of the store, and inside, warm white ash floors and white extruded metal wall panels brighten the space. The simplicity is broken up by splashes of Kit and Ace’s signature blue, as well as copper accents.

“The materials used were intended to be representative of a simple West Coast modern design aesthetic,” says David Nicolay, principal and lead designer at Evoke. “We started working with white ash as the material for the walls; it complements the refined nature of the clothing. The combination of stained white ash, white panels, black ‘hot walls’ and copper accents were to ensure the product had an interesting background to sit upon, but still allowed the product to be the feature of the store and not compete with its surroundings. The added touches of copper throughout the store design were to further enhance the feeling of luxury.”

B+N provided the bulk of the fixture package, all the way to the peg hooks, which display the thread in the store’s tailor shop—an area that features an in-house trend designer who helps with monogramming and other customization services.

Gary Somberg, architectural representative at B+N, says the combination of the company’s 1224 and Fortina louvered upright systems was totally unique to Kit and Ace. “The perimeter walls were designed as almost a clean slate,” he explains. “You could completely redesign the interior of the store; put any face-out or any T-shirt box anywhere. It’s kind of neat how they can rearrange the stores by simply moving a wall bracket.”

The centerpiece of the store is a white-ash 8-ft.-by-8-ft. square table with copper logo inlays, topped by copper pendulum lighting (both designed locally in New York). While the table acts as a workspace for employees and a gathering place for customers, its main function is to host the store’s invite-only supper club, where creative types can meet and converse.

“The supper club tables are unique to each shop, as they are created by a hyper-local artisan,” Morros says. “Being square is key, as it allows everyone to be engaged in one conversation…in short, it’s a way for us to engage with the local creative class and start some real, organic conversations.”

Whether its shopping for an upgraded comfy tee or the feeling of community that shoppers seek, Kit and Ace will try to meet their needs by expanding rapidly in the next two years. Morros says the company is eyeing many spots in North America, Australia, Japan and Europe.

Find the Digital Article below..

New Kit on the Block

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Courtesy of Design Retail Magazine

A.R.E. Shoptalk: Hosted by B+N Industries + Gensler

We are excited to announce that B+N Industries will be hosting the San Francisco edition of A.R.E.’s Shoptalk series with Gensler at their San Francisco offices on Thursday, May 7, from 3 pm to 7:30 pm. See below for details or register directly here.  Don’t miss this opportunity to explore the role of technology in the worlds of physical and digital design, as well as discussion around ROI, with a networking cocktail reception to follow. Join us for this special opportunity to connect and learn with your industry peers! #AREShoptalk

B+N Industries x Gensler Host A.R.E. Shoptalk

Monochrome Mood: Black + White

B+N Industries Blog Quotes - Dr Seuss

We are opening our eyes to all things Black and White at B+N Industries in honor of our GlobalShop feature artist, Shantell Martin, and her trademark use of black ink on white surfaces. Be inspired by the bold, dramatic, and modern feel you can create by adding some of our favorite monochrome products to your space.

Image_1263The Classy Chairs in Gloss Black and Gloss White, with English Garden and Roman Horse images slipped into acrylic backs


The Turned Wood Table in Gloss Black with a glass top


Iconic Table in Gloss White Helsinki Pattern


Iconic Fleur Panels in Gloss Black


Iconic Versailles Panels in Black and Matte White


Iconic Panels in Matte White Albert Pattern


Iconic Panels in Matte White Broadcast Pattern


The Iconic Bedroom Collection complete with Headboard, Platform Bed, and Dresser, all in Gloss Black Albert Pattern

Iconic Low Credenza in Gloss White Albert Pattern

B+N Industries Puck 3-Way Merchandising Unit

Puck 3 – Way Merchandising Unit in Black


Iconic 2 – Way Merchandising Unit in Matte White Helsinki Pattern

Shantell Martin for B+N Industries at GlobalShop 2015

Burlingame, Calif. (March 5, 2015)B+N Industries is pleased to announce that artist Shantell Martin will be illustrating live at GlobalShop in Booth 2179, Tuesday, March 24 – Thursday, March 26.

As leaders in our industry, we are committed to developing innovative products while striving to keep creativity at the forefront, and are always looking for ways to inspire. A natural extension of our mission involves relevance and making intentional choices to surround our brand with people and ideas that reflect what is of the moment, interesting, and unique.

To that end, B+N Industries has chosen to feature talent that embodies this relevance and we are excited to pair her artistry with our products. Using our System 1224 and Fortina as her blank canvas, Shantell will apply her “trademark black ink” to every inch of white surface over the course of the show. Her meditation of lines; language of creatures and messages will invite our viewers to share a role in her creative process.

Originally from London with a VJ stint in Tokyo, Shantell is currently living out her dream in New York where she recently became a visiting scholar at MIT Media Lab. In between “Drawing On Everything”, you can find her collaborating with high profile designers like Kelly Wearstler, creating displays for luxury retail brands like Joyce (Hong Kong) and contemporary furniture brand Vitra, working on exclusive commissions for private clients, teaching at ITP NYU, or volunteering with some of her favorite Arts organizations.

Shantell has been featured in Vogue, Elle, T Magazine, Vie, Vibe, The New York Times, The New Yorker, 1st Dibs, California Home & Design, MOMA, The Brooklyn Museum, and The Jimmy Kimmel Show to name a few.

To meet this artist on the rise and experience the evolution of Shantell Martin for B+N Industries in person, visit Booth 2179 at GlobalShop, March 24 – 25, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and March 26, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Follow B+N on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, for information in real time and use the official tag #ShantellMartinforBN to share your moments.

IMG_4936In this exclusive video for “T: The New York Times Style Magazine”, Shantell Martin discusses her process — and the mural she created for the designer Kelly Wearstler’s West Hollywood store.

Original Release here

And The Winner Is….

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Here at B+N Industries, we can’t think of a better way to start the new year than by sharing our own inspiring, feel good story from the holiday break. As many of you know, we created a FIAT themed showroom using our Fortina line and System 1224 in our New York offices for The Retail Design Collective back in December. You might also know that visitors to our showroom were entered into our awesome #FreeFIAT Giveaway. A week after the show, we gathered in our CEO’s office to watch him pull one lucky name from the numerous entries we received. After verification consistent with giveaway rules, our Team was excited to phone the winner and share the good news.

Without further delay, the WINNER of the B+N Industries FIAT Giveaway is Tim DiCesare!


When we phoned Tim, he was absolutely ecstatic. As it turns out, Tim has been living in Kansas City for the last six and half years without a car, and everyday he takes the bus to and from work. Tim currently works as a Visual Manager and Mass Merchandiser for Hallmark Cards. (And yes, we couldn’t resist mentioning that he was about to have his very own Hallmark Moment!)

B+N Industries has given me an awesome Christmas gift!! Thank you!!!!

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On weekends, Tim would rent a car to get to the lake to relax which naturally meant his “Hertz miles are off the charts!” A few months back, he realized it was time to invest in a car but was having difficulty making a choice amongst all the options on the market. Not only did our #FreeFIAT Giveaway make the decision process stress free, through our agreement with FIAT Tim was able to visit his local Studio in Olathe, Kansas, and work with them directly to select and order his perfect car.


The FIAT Studio member, Terry Hines, made the process a breeze. He ordered in a car with the features I wanted, and took great care of me as I asked ignorant questions about registration and all that goes with a car. Terry even offered to pick me up to get me to the dealership without any hassle.


We couldn’t imagine a better way to end and begin the year at B+N. Check out the video to hear Tim’s happy story straight from him!

We had a great time working with FIAT in our latest creative venture. If you have yet to see the innovative environment we created in our New York Showroom for The Retail Design Collective using our newest product line Fortina and System 1224 with FIAT as the backdrop, you can check it out here.

Video credit: FIAT of Olathe

CEO Speak


Our CEO, Brad Somberg, in his natural state with artist Shantell Martin during one of our recent collaborations.


An article on current industry and internal happenings featuring our CEO, Brad Somberg, in the November/December edition of design:retail magazine…

Tell us about any new company innovations, products, services, materials, processes – that you’ve developed/are developing

B+N continues to be a top design leader in the retail, architectural and hospitality markets – both domestically and internationally. Over this last year we have launched 1224 our new modular panel system. We are also pleased to announce collaboration with Toppan, a Japanese based corporation, representing their Fortina line of products in North America. Both these systems are “Design Driven” and offer a range of solutions to the Architectural and Design community.

What differentiates your company from other competitors in the marketplace?

We are never satisfied. We travel the world studying design, being inspired by cultures, our surroundings, and are always thinking and developing new ideas.

What is your company’s philosophy toward customization?

Our ultimate goal is to have enough proprietary products in our offerings to give clients an off the shelf solution. We currently have over 15 fully developed systems in our offerings. Within those systems there are plenty of built in options for customization to create a unique look for whatever brand is looking to utilize them. That being said we are designers/manufacturers and have the capacity for 100% custom solutions.

Are you seeing more or less collaboration in the industry?

If you look at most of the successful retailers, brands, part of their success is via collaborations. Fashion Designers are teaming up with retailers to create both soft-goods and hard-goods to be sold via retail. We see this as fresh and a way of keeping brands on the top of consumer’s minds. We take the same approach with collaborations, whether we are teaming with Rex Ray to create a line of products or collaborating with our Japanese partners bringing Fortina to our North American clients. It is a way to keep our brand relevant and to offer unique solutions to our diverse audience.

Are you experiencing more or less global sourcing/sales. What other countries have you worked in?

We have truly become an international company. Both from a sales and marketing standpoint and from global sourcing initiatives we have had over the years. We have managed to diversify our client base in such a manner that over 50% of sales is outside the United States. As our customer base has expanded it has led us to develop manufacturing to support those efforts.


B+N’s Guide to New York

With offices in the Meatpacking District and an official love for one of the greatest cities in the world, we felt compelled to share with you some of our favorite places to shop, dine, unwind, and gather inspiration. Besides, what fun is all work and no play?

Since most of you will be stopping by our showroom at 420 West 14th Street (wink, wink) for your chance to win a #FreeFIAT during the Retail Design Collective, you will find many of our picks in close proximity save for a few traditional must do or sees!


The Marlton Hotel
Screen Shot 2014-11-30 at 9.11.08 AMWhere: 5 West 8th Street between 5th & 6th Ave, New York, NY 10011
Hood: Greenwich Village
Flavor: Fashion Designers, Editors, Creative Directors, and the genetically blessed are enjoying the chance to see and be seen over a cocktail at this newish Sean MacPherson spot.

Mulino a Vino
Screen Shot 2014-11-29 at 12.10.54 PMWhere: 337 W 14th St, New York, NY 10014
Hood: Meatpacking
Flavor: Your perfect glass of Italian red reigns supreme in this little wine-centric spot.

Le Bain
Screen Shot 2014-11-26 at 12.37.00 PMWhere: 443 13th Street, New York, 10014
Hood: Meatpacking
Flavor: Rooftop Bar, City Views, Shiny Disco Ball

The Bowery
Screen Shot 2014-11-26 at 12.42.02 PMWhere: 335 Bowery, New York, NY 10003
Hood: East Village
Flavor: Hip scene with cozy cocktails, work it to get a seat, no reservations, another spot from Sean MacPherson. Head next door to his restaurant Gemma for a cocktail or delicious food in a buzzing environment if The Bowery isn’t your scene.

Top of The Standard
Screen Shot 2014-11-26 at 12.40.32 PMWhere: 848 Washington at 13th Street, New York, 10014
Hood: Meatpacking
Flavor: Trendy, Hip, Million Dollar Views

Screen Shot 2014-11-29 at 12.04.17 PMWhere: 235 W 12th St, New York, NY 10014
Hood: West Village
Flavor: The place to share a delicious cocktail from co-owner and uber talented mixologist, Xavier Herit, formerly of Daniel.


ABC Kitchen
Screen Shot 2014-11-26 at 8.41.56 PMWhere: 35 East 18th street, New York, NY 10003
Hood: Gramercy/Flat Iron
Flavor: Contemporary American cuisine by Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten in one of the most beautiful, organic settings. Stop by for brunch, lunch, or dinner, as a complement to the start or finish of your inspirational seven floor walk through. Reservations

Bergdorf Goodman Restaurant
Screen Shot 2014-11-26 at 12.35.22 PMWhere: 5th Avenue at 58th Street, 7th Floor, New York, NY 10019
Hood: Midtown West
Flavor: Contemporary American, quintessential “ladies and gents who lunch feel” – perhaps one of our ultimate favs for both shopping then a bite, a glass of Rose, or even a power lunch – designed by Kelly Wearstler and loved by all. Reservations

Budda Great RoomWhere: 75 9th Ave, New York, NY 10011
Hood: Meatpacking District
Flavor: Chinese
This surreal hot spot designed by Christian Liagre is full of Parisian flamboyance, Asian serenity, and delicious Chinese influenced cuisine. Think edamame dumplings, tuna tartar spring rolls, charred filet of beef with an addictive sauce, and cocktails with names like Tranquility and Fate. Created by Philadelphia restaurateur, Stephen Starr, best known for this massive undertaking, his nearby outpost of Morimoto, and his Bal Harbour spot, Makoto. Reservations

Cipriani Downtown
Screen Shot 2014-11-26 at 12.14.58 PMWhere: 376 W Broadway , New York, NY 10012
Hood: Soho
Flavor: Italian food complete with traditionally dressed waiters, ivory tablecloths, Cipriani labeled serve ware, and a fashionable crowd. Must haves include one of their signature Bellinis, the chicken salad for lunch, or the cucumber corn salad, baked tagliolini with ham, and branzino with broccoli rabe for dinner. Don’t leave without a slice of Vanilla Meringue Cake for dessert (or get it to go if you’re stuffed)! Reservations

NoMad Restaurant
Screen Shot 2014-11-26 at 11.40.58 AMWhere: 1170 Broadway & 28th St, New York, NY 10001
Hood: Chelsea
Flavor: Contemporary American, hip bar scene, intimate reservation only lounge, and cuisine on par with another little spot you might know called Eleven Madison Park run by the same duo (restaurateur Will Guidara + Chef Daniel Humm). Take a tip from us, get a reservation and order the chicken – it just might change your life. Reservations

Screen Shot 2014-11-26 at 11.20.26 AMWhere: 88 10th Avenue, New York, NY 10011
Hood: Chelsea
Flavor: Japanese cuisine headed up by Iron Chef, Masuhara Morimoto, in a chic, modern environment complete with a vibrant cocktail scene on the lower level. Try the omakase, or go a la carte and start with a carafe of Junmai Daiginjo, order the innovative toro tartare dish, try some hamachi sashimi, rock shrimp tempura, oyster foie gras, black cod, ishi yaki buri bop, or a beautiful cut of wagyu beef. Reservations

Sant Ambroeus Soho
Screen Shot 2014-11-26 at 12.11.18 PMWhere: 265 Lafayette Street, New York, NY 10012
Hood: West Village
Flavor: Italian spot beloved by the european and fashion crowds, simple and cozy, even great for an afternoon espresso. Reservations

Tao Downtown
Screen Shot 2014-11-29 at 12.16.11 PMWhere: 92 Ninth Avenue at 16th Street, New York, NY 10011
Hood: Meatpacking
Flavor: Part of the evolution of the Tao brand, the newest location in the Meatpacking carries on the traditions of the Pan-Asian Restaurant/Club you know and love. Reservations

Waverly Inn
Screen Shot 2014-11-26 at 12.32.48 PMWhere: 16 Bank St, New York, NY 10014
Hood: West Village
Flavor: American restaurant created by Sean MacPherson and Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter, frequented by celebs and a sure bet if you’re in the mood for comfort food. Try the fresh oysters on the half shell, truffle mac and cheese, goat cheese salad, dover sole, amish chicken, burger, or try swinging by for a lazy brunch. Reservations


ABC Carpet + Home
Screen Shot 2014-11-29 at 9.18.39 AMWhere: 888 & 881 Broadway, New York, NY 10003
Hood: Flatiron
Flavor: Hand made and one of a kind objects meets fantasy, sustainability, spirituality, and the passionate expression of beauty, mixed together to create a sensory awakening home & lifestyle retail experience like no other in the world. (Oh, and Madeline Weinrib’s boutique is on the top floor.)

Bergdorf Goodman Stores
Screen Shot 2014-11-29 at 10.25.09 AMWhere: Women’s Store 754 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10019
Flavor: For women, this luxury mainstay means 8 floors of retail therapy including everything from beauty, to major and hard to find fashion labels and accessories, an undisputed shoe heaven, kids department, and curated home goods.
Where: Men’s Store (across the street) at 745 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10019
Flavor: For men, expect to find no less of an array of luxury goods from Charvet and Kiton, to Tom Ford and Cucinelli, this iconic destination is sure to keep you impeccably dressed from head to toe.

Commes Des Garcons
Screen Shot 2014-11-29 at 11.08.53 AMWhere: 520 W 22nd St, New York, NY 10011
Hood: Chelsea
Flavor: We love the juxtaposition of this CDG’s exterior and interior architecture. Pioneers in this particular neighborhood, with a location intentionally chosen to represent the brand’s gypsy spirit.

Dover Street Market
Screen Shot 2014-11-29 at 8.26.47 AMWhere: 160 Lexington Ave, New York, NY 10016
Hood: Kips Bay
Flavor: New York City’s first DSM is a must see that gets summed up with two words in perfect feminine form, Rei Kawakubo.

Screen Shot 2014-11-29 at 11.15.03 AMWhere: 449 West 14th Street, New York, NY 10014
Hood: Meatpacking
Flavor: The legendary one stop shop for both Men and Women to discover the season’s most coveted pieces.

Kirna Zabete
Screen Shot 2014-11-29 at 10.12.02 AMWhere: 477 Broome St, New York, NY 10013
Hood: Soho
Flavor: Boutique Veterans and BFF’s, Beth Buccini and Sarah Easley, keep it relevant and luxe with their label offerings and strong desire to keep the women of New York city chic with an edge.

Kit and Ace
IMG_1613Where: 255 Elizabeth Street, New York, NY 10012
Hood: Nolita
Flavor: With an opening the day after Thanksgiving, this brand new studio concept is the vision of Shannon and JJ Wilson. The former lead designer of Lululemon and brand director are serving up Technical Cashmere with a West Coast contemporary luxury vibe. B+N Industries has partnered with this trend setting, up and comer, to do each of their studios and flagships.

Screen Shot 2014-11-30 at 2.48.46 PMWhere: 809 Washington Street, New York, NY 10014
Hood: West Village
Flavor: Worth stopping in just to see the interior lined with paper bags, and while you’re there pick up a piece that has been hand selected by the owner from an emerging or mainstay designer.

Screen Shot 2014-11-29 at 11.26.48 AMWhere: 144 10th Ave, New York, NY 10011
Hood: Chelsea
Flavor: We love their philosophy so no need to reinvent it…”This is Story: Point of view of a Magazine, Changes Like a Gallery, Sells things like a Store.” The current story is, “Home for the Holidays”.


Alexander Wang Flagship
Where: 103 Grand Street, New York, NY 10013
Hood: Soho
Flavor: We love the modernist, minimal edge found at the only free standing Alexander Wang store, which also serves as the NYC Flagship.

Five Story
Where: 18 East 69th Street, New York, NY 10021
Hood: Upper East Side
Flavor: Bold flooring mixed with gold accents and soft textiles befitting of its home neighborhood, with vintage pieces from Hermes, traffic stopping pieces from Balmain, and a bit of quirky stock gets filled with accessories from Olympia Le-Tan.

Holiday Shops at Union Square, Bryant Park, and Columbus Circle

Kate Spade
Where: 789 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10065
Flavor: Very special outpost of the Kate Spade brand, and the official stockist of their Madison Collection.

Where: 1232 Third Avenue, New York, NY 10021
Flavor: With several locations, this trendy boutique features it girl labels like Rag & Bone, Acne, Alexander Wang, Phillip Lim, and Isabel Marant.

Warby Parker
Where: 819 Washington Street, New York, NY 10014
Hood: Meatpacking
Flavor: Beautiful optical and sunglass store which pays homage to the Meatpacking District’s industrial history with headquarters in Soho.


ABC Carpet + Home
Screen Shot 2014-11-29 at 9.17.50 AMWhere: 888 & 881 Broadway, New York, NY 10003
Hood: Flatiron
Flavor: Same spot we’ve listed in Dine Me and Shop Me, fuel your need to be inspired and immerse yourself into a bit of visual therapy.

Bergdorf Goodman Windows
Screen Shot 2014-11-29 at 9.13.27 AMWhere: 754 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10019
Hood: Midtown East
Flavor: The gold standard in holiday windows – the legendary David Hoey is at it again with this years theme fixated on a single word “Inspired”, with content from the fine, performing, and applied arts filling the storefronts. We’re not giving away any sneak peaks here, go and be Inspired.

Screen Shot 2014-12-01 at 10.05.52 AMWhere: 5 Crosby Street, New York, NY 10013
Hood: Soho
Flavor: American made furniture designed by founder Tyler Hays, a painter and sculptor, inspires us deeply and remains one of our favorite furniture stores in the city.

Hudson Furniture
Screen Shot 2014-12-01 at 10.04.32 AMWhere: 427 West 14th Street, New York, NY 10014
Hood: Meatpacking, Across the street from our offices
Flavor: Absolutely stunning hand crafted furniture that integrates the natural forms of trees and inherent grain of the wood with well defined lines and geometrical forms using solid hardwoods from sustainable resources.

Whitney Museum (New)
Where: 99 Gansevort Street, New York, NY 10014
Hood: Meatpacking
Flavor: Designed by architect Renzo Piano and slated to open on May 1, 2015. Get your fix in the meantime by taking a stroll to check out the finished exterior.

Where: 117 West 17th, New York, NY 10011

David Weeks Studio
Where: 38 Walker St, New York, NY 10013

Design Within Reach
Where: 957 Third Ave at East 57th St, New York, NY 10022

Future Perfect
Where: 55 Great Jones St, New York, NY 10012

Macy’s at Herald Square
Where: 151 West 34th St, New York, NY 10001
Flavor: Check out the major remodel and enjoy the holiday spirit of this iconic New York Flagship.

Where: 11 W 53rd St, New York, NY 10019
Flavor: If you missed it in London, check out the Henri Matisse cut-outs with one addition not shown in the London show (his largest work entitled The Swimming Pool), and while you’re there take a peek at Picasso: The Making of Cubism.

Saks Fifth Avenue
Where: 611 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10022

Urban Outfitters Where: 1333 Broadway St, New York, NY 10018
Flavor: The largest existing store of the UO brand which offers an Instagram photo printing section, a variety of vinyl albums, and a larger home section than most. Perfect stop this time of year for stocking stuffers or quirky gifts.

Urban Zen
Where: 705 Greenwich St #3, Manhattan, NY 10014
Flavor: The silky, saturated urban zen world of Donna Karan.

& Other Stories
Where: 575 Broadway Street, New York, NY 10012
Hood: Soho
Flavor: This H&M sister brand offers shoes, bags, accessories, beauty products, and ready to wear for the woman who likes to create her own style story. The first in New York (and the US) opened its doors in October of this year.


Screen Shot 2014-11-28 at 4.23.51 PMWhere: 200 5th Avenue, New York, New York 10010
Hood: Flatiron
Flavor: Grab a Bicerin or Espresso Torinese from the Lavazza Coffee Bar or stay for a glass of Brunello and fresh handmade pasta.

Blue Bottle Coffee
Screen Shot 2014-11-30 at 2.42.33 PMWhere: 10th Ave & West 16th Street, or find a location closer to you
Hood: The High Line, Meatpacking
Flavor: This iconic San Francisco brand has multiple locations in NYC now. Stop by if you need a freshly pressed West Coast pick me up, or grab a Mocha made with Recchiuti, a signature New Orleans, or ask about secret concoctions like the Gibraltar or Waffogato.

Chelsea Market
Screen Shot 2014-11-26 at 11.27.51 AMWhere: 75 9th Ave, New York, NY 10011
Hood: Chelsea
Flavor: Grab an espresso from Ninth Street Espresso, a glass of wine from Corkbuzz Wine Studio, peruse a little retail, sit down or get a take away meal, and satisfy your sweet tooth with baked goods, gelato, or raw treats from One Lucky Duck all in one stop!

Juice Generation
Screen Shot 2014-11-28 at 8.01.59 PMWhere: 69 Prince Street inside Equinox
Hood: Soho, or check to see if there’s one closer to you at here.
Flavor: Try one of their protein packed smoothies, acai bowls, fresh water straight from a baby coconut, or one of their vitamin packed shots like The Defender or Sea Buckthorn.


Marie Robinson Salon
Screen Shot 2014-11-29 at 11.43.36 AMWhere: 155 5th Avenue, New York, NY
Hood: Flatiron
Flavor: This minimalist beauty haven for celebs and New York it girls, was transformed by the firm Huniford. Run by platinum zen hair chemist, Marie Robinson, who personally placed crystals in the floors and walls to ensure a balanced environment for all who have the pleasure of experiencing it.

Bumble and Bumble Downtown
Screen Shot 2014-11-29 at 11.59.09 AMWhere: 415 West 13th Street, 8th Floor, New York, NY
Hood: Meatpacking
Flavor: The House of Bumble – salon, university, and headquarters, offers you a variety of services along with a nibble or a spot of tea.

Sally Hershberger Downtown
Screen Shot 2014-11-30 at 1.41.56 PMWhere: 14th Street, New York, NY 10014
Hood: Meatpacking
Flavor: Hip, haute haircuts for men and women with Sally’s signature Rock n’ Roll Vibe.

Aire Ancient Baths
Screen Shot 2014-11-30 at 10.34.45 AMWhere: 88 Franklin Street, New York, NY
Hood: TriBeCa
Flavor: A unique spa experience that looks to the ancient times, gathering inspiration from bathing rituals of the Greeks and Romans.

Caudalie Vinothérapie Spa
Screen Shot 2014-11-30 at 2.12.57 PMWhere: One West 58th Street, 4th Floor, New York, NY 10019
Flavor: This is the only one of its kind in the US, swankily located in The Plaza Hotel, and one of our ultimate luxe favs to get a facial, detox, or body treatment, Make a reservation here.

Trump Spa Soho
Screen Shot 2014-11-30 at 2.15.08 PMWhere: 246 Spring Street, New York, NY 10013
Hood: Soho
Flavor: We love the Kate Somerville facials, but most of all we come here for the Hammam treatments. Inspired by Ivanka Trumps Turkish travels, this Hammam is one of only 3 of its kind in the US. You will have the opportunity to choose between the Turkish or Moroccan ritual.


The Standard Ice Rink
Screen Shot 2014-11-29 at 9.20.53 AMWhere: 848 Washington at West 13th Street
Hood: Meatpacking
Flavor: Pure fun, Belgian waffles with bacon & maple syrup, spiced cider, hot toddies, and hot chocolate with extra, extra whip.


This is our favorite way to get around during working hours, and it beats waiting in the cold for the next yellow chariot. We love to use this NYC Subway App to map out our trips, find the closest place to jump on, and find out if everything is running on time. It’s an absolute must have!

Where: Anywhere you can hail one
Hood: Your choice
Flavor: Check traffic and direct, be kind and your NYC cabby will get you anywhere in a jiffy. Don’t forget to tip!

Where: Anywhere
Hood: We suggest 420 W 14th St, the B+N #FreeFIAT showroom ;), but really its up to you!
Flavor: It can be freezing to mild to pouring rain this time of year in NYC, which is why we suggest you sign up for Uber, download the app, and set your pickup location. You don’t have to exchange money with your driver and you can even split the fare with friends.

Private Car:
We can’t give all our secrets away, but if you really want to know who our car service of choice is – send us a note at mail@bnind.com and we will fill you in.

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