Even though we are in May is never too late to keep up with the trends for 2017. So here we are! As you know, trends are always changing, and there are the ones that are here to say, and the others that have to leave. So? In which side are you on? Are you in or out?
Out: Strictly Antique
The pressure is off when it comes to only pairing antiques with pieces from the same period. No one wants to design an entire space with a strict period in mind. Is alright to have a base period to get started but there is no need on making it it exclusive. Mix elements is a solution that everyone appreciates due to the creativity that this requires.
Out: Oversized furniture
Space is a must, so is necessary to use yours in the best way possible. Oversized furniture sometimes can be a problem because of that. In same cases there is no problem but the concept of aesthetics is changing, and if you want to stay “in”, is better if you can keep up with the trends.
Marble is becoming a huge trend. Possibily you noticed in your social network. our industry”. Nothing says classy like a good marble piece. Gives you that sense of freshness and power, that no other material can´t transmit.
In: Matte Aplliances
An object with a matte finish seems to strip away all other distractions such as surface sheen, forcing the form of the object to speak for itself.
Matte can also be a really surprise finish for objects that are traditionally lustrous or glossy. This surprise can serve as a wonderful layer in your design.
In: Cerused Wood
A “cerused” finish refers to the technique that brings out the unique grain of wood. This trend which has been around for some time and has finally trickled down and universally accepted. You’ll see it on cabinets, but also in bigger pieces like tables, chairs, and storage furniture.
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