A change of season give us a reason to change-up and freshen home accessories to reflect brighter weather and maybe a new trend or two. Here are 5 that are popping up at online and brick and mortar design stores, magazines and web sites.
Move over chrome and silver, gold is back and looking better than ever adding luxe and warmth to homes, particularly those with a grey and white color scheme.
Dull can be cool when it’s a matte finish on home furniture or accessories. A quiet surface that absorbs rather than reflects light, matte looks good in lots of indoor and outdoor settings.
Black and white
Still going strong is the classic play of black on white. High contrast, energetic and welcoming to pops of color (yellow, orange, blue) black and white works well in any season.
English Roses rejoice—florals are blooming in linens, artwork, rugs and pillows giving our eyes a break from the geometric patterns that have dominated decor over the past few years. What could be more summery?
Macrame and natural elements
Cue the soundtrack to Hair and let the sun shine in. Macrame and other woven wall hangings are showing up in lots of places and while the look is familiar, it’s more refined than it was in the 70’s and lends a soft, natural feel to your home decor. You also see rustic elements such as wood in new ways, i.e., wooden beads replace crystals on light fixtures giving a casual, beachy air to interior spaces.
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by Laurie Junker