As we see certain trends in color this season we are also experiencing graphic great trends in black and white that have been consistent with previous years statistics. This classic and sophisticated style adds dimension and drama to any interior space.
A favorite find at Pinto Paris today is this white chair accented with black piping and black metal arm detailing with accents of cork.Black based cocktail tables with marble tops by Sarah Lavoine Interiors. Importance here is the varied heights in the collection of tables that work as one style statement.
Textural black and white textiles at LE BVH in the Marais. It’s truly about the dimensional aspect of the weave this season in creating these updated graphic patterns.
Terrazzo Containers at LE BVH [trend watch 2018-19 products made with terrazzo]
Textured bathroom tile slabs in an updated chevron pattern in black, white , gray and taupe.
I was probably the biggest skeptic when I heard two years ago that my favorite overseas show was heading to Miami for its debut in America. It’s been two years now, I have attended both shows, walked all aisles, met new designers, found innovative products and love chillin’ in Maimi…so I guess I am no longer a skeptic and more of a fan!
Happy to share some global greats from this past Maison Objet show which took place in Miami May 10-13.
Neutral Nuances (top left) Porada, Roberta Schiling, Morada, Porada
Artisan Accessories (top left) FOS, Ritz and Marwitz, Ritz and Marwitz, FOS
Playful Products (top left) Studio Poli, Fermob, Matrone, Dransfield and Ross
Take A Seat (top left) Fenabel, Fenable, Serge De Troyer, Fenabel
Weaves and Watercolor (top left) Dransfield and Ross, Bertz, Forza Home, Dransfield and Ross
SHOW STOPPERS-BOLD BEAUTIES-ART PIECES
Are you a fan? Each year at the Architectural Digest Show there are always a few designers that choose to stand out among the rest showcasing new materials, patterns, colors and techniques. This year I could not help noticing these “bold beauties”…in various product categories: textiles, appliances and tile. You decide…are you a fan of these bold beauties or do you prefer a more subtle surrounding?
Robert Allen-Madcap Cottage
Trending at my NYC based studio, Design Works International these days is the return of watercolor and original techniques that relate to a more artsy style and sensibility!
Exciting to see the return of dimension in design by creating imperfect layers of color…we love that “imperfect is the new perfect”!
Knowing that blues are trending again in home lifestyle products we felt that this nice touch of warm rust complimented our original tile design.
Image from our Design Works International Home Collection NYC. All rights reserved.