This October’s High Point market showed evidence of continued momentum in many of the newly emerging Spring Trends as well as some additional twists to keep things fresh!
Color influences: Green has joined the blushy pink color in a BIG way. Its rich emerald hues (and softer tones as well) were everywhere in fabrics, wallpapers and painted pieces. Green is an ENERGY color so your rooms that include green will surely come to life!!
Textural Details are growing in intensity and are a MUST for a room with depth. Light fixtures, small furniture and accessories are all easy ways to achieve this!!
Small Scale furnishings are the rage, particularly for conservative spaces. Urban lifestyles lend themselves well to these great pieces.
Industrial, Techy looks are still strong and are a great style for modern millennials.
Multi-depth sectionals were a new, fun twist on seating that accommodates a variety of lifestyles and activities.
Armoires are back (blast from the past) and are a new trending piece great in bedrooms, living spaces and halls. Use them for storage, as a bar or display them open as a foundation for your collections. Their height makes them a great piece for tall spaces…
Patterns in fabrics and wallpapers are VERY strong and are a fresh update to all the solids we’ve seen in seasons past. Just one or two in a room give that special personality punctuation mark!
Designer Details are what makes our job so much fun. These are the special features that catch our eye at market and allow us to continue to “wow” our clients in our designs. Check them out and let us know your favorites!
We hope you’ve enjoyed seeing these fun, new pieces and look forward to sharing photos of how we integrate them into upcoming rooms!!
Other Design Inspiration Articles
Rattan has long been used in furniture due to its flexibility, durability, and ability to regenerate in 5-7 years, which is quicker than many other natural elements. In the past few years, we’ve seen rattan venture out to so many categories, including indoor and outdoor decor, furnishings, rugs, and more!
Spring is a great season for pastel tones grounded with neutral whites, creams, and sandy colors. This season we’ve selected fabrics and tones that bring us right back to our favorite beaches.
When building or renovating your home, a great way to open up your kitchen is to ensure there are windows strategically placed near or in the kitchen. An open-concept design with high or vaulted ceilings can allow light to travel better through your space, maximizing natural light!