I Stalk Home Décor Accounts-6 Design Trends Coming Soon
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Remember when you bought an entire dining set with a matching table and chairs? So, that’s pretty much on the back burner. For now, the winning concept is to embrace the fun taste of diverse furniture. The idea is to find loose corresponding pieces that you really love and throw them all away. Think of chairs in a different color than the dining table or a group of dining chairs that vary in style. The result is a space that feels eclectically rustic and personal.
Yes, modern mid-century design is still alive and well. Even more than 50 years later, millennials especially can't stop buying futuristic 1960s Italian lamps and Herman Miller furniture. But one hallmark of retro wave design is particularly chorded: chrome. You’ll notice that items featuring a metal finish, such as mirrors and dining chairs, all sell very quickly on places like Etsy and CB2. While decorating my new apartment, I also went for a chrome blitz, buying a Sonneman -inspired table lamp for my sideboard. You can easily inject this trend into the galaxy with a vintage light fixt or a mini table on the side, but to avoid a clash, keep the metals inside your room in a shade.
Here's where it's perfectly acceptable to embrace the quirky side of things. Playful lamps in a variety of sizes, shapes, shades are trending heavily, and it doesn't seem to be slowing down any time soon. If you have a budget, Etsy is a great resource to find rare vintage lamps, or you can order one directly from a design studio like Entler or Eny Lee Parker.
We ' ve saw this one coming for a while now, but it wasn't until this year that the checkered trend really removed like wildfire. One of the easy ways to embrace style is with small things to decorate a tabletop or mantle. On the opposite spectrum, checkered shag rugs are practically a major staple in women’s fashion – they’ll cost a little, but you’ll have a lifetime.