There are many parallels between fashion and home furnishings, and just like the fashion industry, various home furnishing manufacturers will debut lines with similar motifs at around the same time and causing a trend. Also similar to the fashion industry, new collections typically debut either in the spring or fall and our team got to get a first-hand glimpse of what’s to come. Trends that you can expect to see in the fall and even through to next year are what I’d call Luxe Neutrals, Moody Blues, and More Metallics.
Thanks to clean and modern Scandinavian design, we’ve been seeing a lot more clean lines and light wood finishes as well as soft, neutral colored walls, floors and upholstery. Piling on the texture through rugs, throw pillows, and window treatments gives this look a layered, multidimensional feel that’ll surely be in style for quite awhile.
It’s no secret that the color blue is popular with most people, but between sky blue and navy blue there are way more shades of blue than you could even imagine. I’m loving the way that different shades of blue can come together and create a dramatically cool space. Think blue velvet sofas and dark blue walls for a bit of an edgier look. Two very popular hues that I’ve noticed a lot more in recent months would have to be cobalt and indigo, which also look great together!
Perhaps one of my most favorite trends to see make a popular return to the design community is the wide incorporation of metallics in casegoods, accessories, and even cabinetry. The best look that I have seen would without a doubt have to be Jean Louis Deniot’s galley kitchen with metallic cabinet doors to evoke a very glamorous and attention-grabbing style.
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