Anna Wintour said, “It’s always about timing. If it’s too soon, no one understands. If it’s too late, everyone’s forgotten.” Here are highlighted home trends surpassing the tipping point as we edge into the style-forward third quarter of 2015.
African fashion and interior design trended in a big way in 2013, with earth tones, eclectic furnishings, leather, and animal skin imitations hitting the market.
Here are a few simple ways to bring summer (and all its memories) into your home.
Let’s discuss a little bit of something: minimalism. In design and architecture, it derives its roots from traditional Japanese Zen principles.
Elements of nature are currently adorning the chicest of homes, as part of a compelling design movement that highlights our desire to stay in touch with the essence of our planet.
Around the world, from the Pucci family’s sumptuous Italian palazzo, to Liz Claiborne’s sporty St. Bart’s getaway, clothing designers are synonymous with their beautifully appointed homes.
The Aesthetic Movement of the late 19th century reinterpreted the intent of decorative arts—home items should be purposeful and functional, yet must also look good and be sensual.
Acquiring original artwork can seem daunting. But what better way to express yourself and bring visual joy to your life and home? Whether you’ve amassed a great collection, you’re just starting, or you’re looking for an unexpected Valentine’s gift, there are considerations to be made before making a purchase.
Trends in interior design, like fashion, are cyclical and shaped by what’s happening in society. With each new cycle, we revive the best from a bygone era, imbuing it with a fresh slant.