1. 70’s-Inspired Scandinavian
2. Styled Ceramics
4. Neutral & Subdued
5. Mix & Un-Match
“Don't be afraid to mix your furniture & decor. How many times have we walked into a furniture showroom and we breeze past a bedroom or dining room with the matching set of case pieces while everything seems to blend together? If we haven't noticed already, the term "mix & match" is losing its flare. The new phrase should be mix & (un)match. For example, a low-sitting, velvet, mid-century modern sofa CAN be paired with a set of rustic, wooden coffee tables. I would take that a step further and introduce the idea of a neutral-colored shag rug, completing the space with colorful pillows and accessories.
I believe this year is all about self-expression; bringing together all your favorite, mixed pieces to create that eye-catching moment that brings excitement and inspiration.” – Joseph Pirollo, Visual Supervisor
6. Earth Minerals & Shell Tones
“Tones that bring warmth into the home. A new paint color, accent chair or pillows complement raw textures such as wood, leather and organic features. This creates a calming environment for a comfortable home. These tones do well in outdoor designs as well, tying both indoor and outdoor with a few accent colors.” – KaNeisha Jackson, Visual Stylist
7. Bohemian Styling
8. Natural Textures
9. Bright Colors
10. Natural in Nature
“I don't think it's any secret, but we can all agree that when we look for inspiration when styling a space, we often look to bring the outside in! Re-purposed and reclaimed woods, bamboo, & rattan are all the rage right now and we can't keep them from selling in our store! As we press into the future, our concern and overall care for the environment we live in grow more and more every day.
What's the easiest way to bring more of a ‘natural’ theme to your living space? One answer: GREENERY. If you really want to bring your space to life, what better way than to add a few palms and ferns in your corners or behind sofas. Succulents make great accents on end tables and bookcases. How close to a greenhouse could you make your space? I say, ‘Challenge accepted!’” – Joseph Pirollo, Visual Supervisor