Fall Furniture Trends We Love

Fall Furniture Trends We Love

Fall is just around the corner and that may have you looking ahead to cooler temperatures, gatherings with friends, and end of year holidays. But the leaves aren’t the only things that change in the Fall…styles and trends start to change, as well. If you are looking to give your home a refresh or update this Fall, here are three Fall furniture trends we love: Natural Fabrics We often think of Spring as bringing in a breath of fresh air, but this Fall, it’s the clean and refreshing look and feel of natural fabrics that are in for home fashion. “I suggest using wools, cotton, linen, alpaca, or leather in your design scheme. These materials are healthy, cleanable, breathable and they age beautifully.” Liz Caan of Liz Caan & Co Biophilia Items that are crafted from nature or help us be closer to it in our homes are more sought after this year. With the waning summer, many are looking to bring the outside in through natural, organic materials (like the bamboo we use in our furniture) to feel a deeper connection with the planet. “For 2019, there is greater interest in biophilia–emphasizing the relationship between humankind and nature, and the connections between the two. Natural, organic materials–such as wood floors, stone, and daylight and plant life–remind us of the exterior and brings the outside and nature, in. We are machine- and technology-driven society, but nostalgic about past processes and handiwork, so opportunities for custom millwork and crafted materials are very important.” Angie Lee of FXCollaborative Sustainable, Handmade Pieces That relationship with the planet continues to the ethics of...
Trend Watch: Modern Living Room Furniture

Trend Watch: Modern Living Room Furniture

It seems “modern” is the talk of the town everywhere we turn in the furniture world these days. Sleek lines, simple textures, natural materials, and an overall clean and timeless look is sweeping show rooms and living rooms across the country. Here are the modern living room design trends we are seeing celebrated by top designers and industry professionals to consider for your own home: 1. Natural, organic materials – an emphasis on the relationship between people and the environment is re-emerging in furniture and home design. From fabrics to hard materials, nature knows best. 2. Less is more – inspired by the Marie Kondo movement, sparser living spaces free of clutter (both in style and objects) are being more sought after. 3. Mixed media – combining materials (like metal and wood) and textures make for a more dynamic look. 4. Statement coffee tables – creating a focal point for conversation and a conversation starter all in one. 5. Sustainability – living spaces that reflect personal values and come from responsible sources is no longer a fad, but an expectation. Regardless of personal style, these are living room style trends from the modern aesthetic that can work with every home. See our Instagram feed and Pinterest boards for design inspirations to take these ideas...

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