Wow…what a week for covering trends at Heimtextil in Frankfurt Germany….KBIS in Las Vegas….where I presented Trends for HGTV….and now onto Paris to Maison & Objet!
For the latest trends in Paris over the next week follow me on Instagram @nancy_fire @hgtv @hgtvhome
Posting from KBIS in Las Vegas and I fell in love with these amazing tiles from Walker Zanger. The dimension and texture in each of these patterns is incredible!
So nice to see the resurgence in detail at The Kitchen and Bath Show (KBIS) in products like tile, flooring and in overall design aesthetic.
Not really “Feeling the Blues” but “Seeing the Blues” at Heimtextil in Frankfurt this week. Indigo, navy, teal and tones of are prevalent throughout the product halls. Patterns are both woven and printed with texture being an important detail. Follow me on Instagram @nancy_fire @hgtvhome and @hgtv to view more images from Heimtextil as well as Frankfurt!
Me again…posting from Frankfurt and had to share my “Frankfurt Trend Find”…who knew that Acid Yellow would be trending in this small village outside of downtown Frankfurt. I love when I explore places off the beaten track and stumble upon a trend find like this..so good that I am updating my KBIS trend presentation next week for my HGTV 2015 Trends in Las Vegas and updating my “Acid Yellow” slide with this very groovy trend-right yellow house. Had to update you on the “Color” part of my Chaos and Creativity! More to follow as Heimtextil opens today…more trend ahead!
Welcome to my first blog post…as Creative Director of Design Works International NYC and Design Director of HGTV HOME I want to share my global travels with you and bring a bit of color, chaos (the good kind) and creativity into your life.
Join me on my journey for updates on anything design…first up Frankfurt Germany…on my way to the Heimtex, the largest Textile Show in the world to premiere our new Home Furnishings Textile Collection for upholstery, wallpaper, rugs and bedding.
Posting trends on color, fabric and products all week with a bit of chaos…the good kind when dealing with creativity!