As we spend more time in our homes, colors influenced by nature are increasingly pleasing and important. Terracotta, ochre, earthen brown and gray tones, aqueous colors, and greens from deep leafy to dusty sage create a profound connection to nature.
High contrast, black and white, light and dark keep the eyes engaged and the brain interacting and connected to its environment. Black and white will remain a classic.
Fluid, rounded shapes and movement in upholstered furniture are cocooning and comforting. Swivel seating invites relaxation and integrates easily into any home space.
Texture forms a tangible sensory connection to one’s environment. Complex textures are soothing to touch and visually interesting. For maximum effect, combine a variety of textures by mixing textiles, stone, wood, and metals.
Unregulated by patterns, lines and angles, organic forms draw inspiration from nature and natural elements. Organic design styles bring harmony into a space with man-made elements and free flowing organic forms.
Emulating the styles of exotic destinations, sourcing artisanal objects, curating unique items with a rich story or meaning, adds historical depth and international connection to an interior. Global flavor stimulates the imagination and a desire to explore the regions where an object originated.
Carefully crafted designs with acute attention to detail draws attention to the eye and creates a very specific connection. Fine detail creates uniqueness and a bespoken quality.
As human beings, we are drawn to abstract, elemental detail and organic forms. Like Rorschach images, each form and shape tell a unique story from the perspective of the viewer.
Art glass is characterized by increased durability thanks to the fusion of several layers of glass. Often in contrasting tones or unique textures, the combination of hues offers unique reflections with the passage of light.