Love to see the mix of the new and the antique. To me a room without antiques is missing a bit of soul.
The most popular colors? Yes, still gray and many many touches of orange
HOT HOT HOT is lacquer, anything. The perfect way to add a pop of color to a room
Mongolian sheep pillows still reign with an expanded color selection
I thought I would explode......Kelly Wearstler introduced a line of lighting with Visual Comfort. Being alone to admire her designs in the front center portion of the showroom, I suddenly nudged into someone as I was backing up.....Kelly herself. We apologized, she appeared shy and reserved, I appeared to be the village idiot . Suddenly a large entourage entered the space surrounding none other than Margaret Russell, editor of Architectural Digest. CLICK!
BTW, they are both very tiny. BTW Kelly's skirt is sheer lace with black knickers.
(I know, I know, being very Midwest)
So many of the new introductions are very geometric
The big emphasis of the market is O-R-G-A-N-I-C.
RATTAN is hardly new but the new shapes are sinuous and very feminine
YUM, these are individual panels mounted to create a stunning headboard. One of my clients is going with this look
CORK, clever stools, frames and lamp bases
Something for everyone!