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I just got back from a whirlwind trip to Market in Las Vegas, which is basically a designer showcase of sorts for Interior Design. All the big and small names in the home dcor world, furniture makers, accessory designers, lighting designers, alllllll the brands have showrooms with this season's hottest, newest, most beautiful things.
The displays are breathtaking, the atmosphere is charged with excitement. I thought I would hop on here and let you know the biggest design trends I saw this year at Market so that you can also bring about a change in the interior design of your dwelling. Honestly, after looking at those trendy styles, I'm so ready to kiss rustic and mid-century designs goodbye.
The biggest trend I saw from showroom to showroom is texture. Lots of wicker, cane, iron, wood.xxtpintere The color trends seem to still be neutral, soft, but so much texture on texture which makes me so happy. A lot of fancy hype was calling the current trends, Organic Modernism. What does this even mean to you? This means simple crisp rooms with natural textures and colors. Imagine clean shapes with stone, wood, iron, matte black, and accent colors of blue, green, rust, and others naturally found in nature. I noticed that these weren't just confined to furniture, but the structure of the home too with people carrying out home renovations and installing black framed steel windows to achieve that crisp, modern look.
Modern shapes in furniture would include tailored clean lines, in beautifully classic textiles like leather, linen, velvet, canvas. I am all for this, like I can't even tell you how ready I am for crisp lines in furniture to be all over the interwebs. The best part about tailored upholstery is that it is totally classic and will stand the test of time in your home. I was never a huge fan of oversized tufted everything so this is SO great. If you're looking for some inspiration for furniture in your own home, a good place to check out would be Wayside Furniture House.
I personally loved the accent furniture with mixed textures that were abounding. Wood + linen is just such a beautiful combo. Those babies are really beautiful, especially the woven benches --they would be a beautiful accent in your home for extra seating, at the foot of a bed, an entryway, or in your mancave (a cave to hide away in)/ she shed, or even as a coffee table.
I sourced some designer worthy pieces to bring these trends into your home this year (at great prices) for you. You can scroll through and click each photo to shop directly from my blog. Trust me, they are all so gorgeous that I want some for myself now. Alas, I cannot buy all of the pieces right away! But you can, if you so wish.
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