IN: Jewel Tones
IN: Heavy Cabinetry
Whether you love it or hate it, brass is back and better than ever in the new year. The aged finish adorns kitchen cabinets and living room furniture and shines as serveware and vintage-inspired light fixtures alike, as in this beautiful bathroom from One Kings Lane.
Wabi-sabi is the Japanese art of finding beauty in imperfection. In home design, this translates to handmade or hand-painted items including rough linens and pottery (like the Farmhouse Pottery pictured. The result? A deeply personal, organic aesthetic.
IN: Statement Storage
"Statement storage will be a growing trend in 2018," says Anthropologie's customer styling director Christina Frederick. "Gone are the days of sacrificing style for function. Versatile pieces like this tamboured buffet are expanding beyond media and dining rooms for creative placement throughout the home. There seems to be a growing desire for high-end organization in our personal space, a desire for things—and life—to feel pulled together."
IN: Shapely Furniture
Couches will take cues from the '70s this season, with quirky curves that liven up your living room. We spotted this shapely silhouette at CB2's spring preview, and architect Elizabeth Roberts endorsed the idea in an interview with My Domaine.
IN: Bold Floral Prints
IN: Black and White
IN: Surprising Stone
It's not all white Carrara marble anymore. Unexpected iterations of the stone, such as gray and green, pop up all over CB2's new collection. And the trend extends to other types of stone as well. "This spring, high-quality materials including marble, onyx, agate, and alabaster are trending," managing director Ryan Turf . "These beautiful, natural materials add texture and depth to any design. Timeless yet very modern and fresh."
IN: Natural Accents
And the Natural look doesn't stop at stone. Liess is loving decorative objects made of wood and other earthy materials. Hand-turned wooden spice bowls by Etsy maker Bolecraft guarantee one-of-a-kind style, as do concrete vessels and leather drawer pulls.
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