Trend Report

Image: Library House, designed by Jessica Helgerson A new year is just around the bend and if we do say so ourselves, it’s about time. Though unfortunately, we can’t predict everything that’s written in the stars for 2017, we can use our design knowledge to deduce which home trends are on the rise. Some you may recognize from the past few months and some might feel brand new. But if anything’s for sure, it’s that we’re looking towards a bold and beautiful new year. The Hot Color: Green Pantone recently announced their

2017 Trend Report: Iridescent Decor Is In

By: Sarah Beaumont

December 18, 2016

Image via Sight Unseen. Photo by Nicolas Genta for Grande Edition. Comparable to the luminous interior of a seashell or the glossy sheen of an oil slick, iridescent designs are suddenly cropping up everywhere. Contemporary designers have taken to using rainbow-tinged acrylic while decor brands are glowing with pearly pillows and holographic dishware. A little bit alien and out-of-this-world, we predict the iridescent trend will take our homes straight into the future in 2017. Holographic Walls At the nHow Music Hotel in Berlin, brightly tinted acrylics create a dynamic decor experience that

Trend Report: Red Is All the Rage

By: Sarah Beaumont

December 6, 2016

Image via HAY x WRONG FOR HAY The color red is a lot of things. It can mean love and anger, passion and power. The rich, warm tone reminds people of the heat of the summer and the festive spirit of winter holidays. Though in recent years, cooler colors have ruled interiors, bold crimsons are suddenly back on the scene. And as color trends transition from baby pinks and pale pastels to more saturated hues, we think it’s time to bring the famed advice of Bill Blass into our homes — “When

via Sight Unseen We’ve been known to fall hard for a good home design trend. And not in the subtle, a pillow here, an accessory there kind of way. In the late-night, online binge-shopping kind of way. We’re in serious danger this fall with some truly chic looks on our radar. But never fear, by mixing classic silhouettes with the designs of the moment, you can achieve the best of both worlds inside any space. So, tell us, which fall trend has you double tapping? Crushed Velvet: Could the season’s most on-trend material get

Image via Architectural Digest We have a confession — we’re starting to tire of the white-on-white look that’s been dominating our Pinterest feeds. Don’t get us wrong, neutrals are necessary, but when it comes to color, we’re craving the unexpected. Few people think to pair shades of black and yellow or purple and green together when painting walls or choosing decor. But when done right, uncommon color combinations can make a seriously chic statement. From salmon pink and forest green to citrus and cerulean, these unexpected color schemes are bringing spaces together

Axel Vervoordt’s flat in a Venetian palazzo via Architectural Digest Once upon a time, red tones and sunset hues were the hotness, making homes the picture of warmth and comfort. As we segued out of the 90s, the white wall aesthetic took over, and minimal palettes, cool tones and stark neutrals have reigned ever since. But as the old saying goes, everything old is new again. So get ready to get reacquainted with rosy hues this fall. From yellow sofas and orange-tinted accent walls to terracotta floors and apple red throws, we’re predicting

Image via Architectural Digest by May Daouk It’s been a big year for pastels, especially blushing pinks and faded blues. But now there’s a new color in town. Enter purple. Symbol of royalty, wealth, and wisdom, this rich color oozes power. And with its range from pale lavenders to saturated violets, purple is the perfect hue to carry interiors from fall to winter. Whether it shows up in the form of an eggplant-toned accent wall or an amethyst-colored sofa, the design forecast for fall says purple reigns. A coat of lavender paint brings us

Above image via Domino by Brittany Ambridge Remember when having a bean bag chair in your room automatically made your space the embodiment of cool? As soon as those Styrofoam-filled sacks hit department stores in the 1970s, they became synonymous with a laid back lifestyle. The flower power generation found themselves lovingly embraced by the chairs. Bean bags made an easy transition into the 80s thanks to the relaxed furniture silhouettes of the decade. By the 1990s and early 2000s, every kid wanted a brightly colored bag o’ beans. And then,

Jessica Chastain’s NYC Apartment via Architectural Digest  If you’re already over Halloween, hay rides, and pumpkin-spice everything, then Pantone’s fall color report will be a breath of cool, fresh air. Forget the traditional burnt oranges, deep maroons, and chocolate browns you’re used to because the color gurus over at Pantone predict vibrant tones to star in interiors everywhere this fall. “Transcending gender, these unexpectedly vivacious colors in our Fall 2016 palette act as playful but structured departures from your more typical fall shades,” the company says. So what colors should be on

Image via The Design Files. Photo – Sean Fennessy, styling – Lucy Feagins. Gone are the days of layered makeup, loads of hairspray, and over-the-top interiors – the natural look is in. When it comes to interior design, minimal, white spaces loaded with plants still dominate our Pinterest feeds. But we’re beginning to see warmth enter those spaces through earthy tones and new textures. Our current obsession? Terracotta. From tiles to pots to wall colors, going natural never looked hotter. TILES The terracotta of today tends to have a more natural, matte finish

1 2 3 4 5 Page 2 of 5