Twice a year High Point NC showcases the newest in home furnishing and accessories. Interior designers, furniture stores, and design shops all come together to preview new products and styles available in interior design. The showrooms present the most current design offerings and trends in interiors design.
The Hottest Looks in What’s New in Interior Design
Trends come and go. However, great style lasts for decades. Some of the newest styles are looks that we have seen before. Although, with a twist. The “Black and White” theme was strong. Seen on tabletops and the frames of consoles. The use of different types of glass colors too. In addition, to black glass, hand-etched glass, and fusion glass.
Wood Themes and Mixing Metals
A design style that is natural and organic as in this primitive style wood-cut console by Bernhardt Furniture. The look of a console front with carved doors, interior, and exterior details. Also, the wood finishes are getting warmer. Blonde wood, rich browns, ebony, and burled woods. The feeling was natural, biophilic, organic looks with live edge tables. Mixing metals was also shown naturally. In addition, we are seeing brass with brushed nickel. Black Metals with gold were very popular.
Color is Back- Blue is the New Neutral
The color blue has become the new neutral. There is a reason blue is everyone’s favorite color. However, green is making a big splash. Why we love the color green. Green is the most restful and relaxing color for the human eye to view. In addition, green symbolizes nature and the natural world. It represents tranquility. For instance, green pairs well with blue, gold, tan, gray, and cream.
Most people have a hard time decorating their homes on their own
We take the guesswork out of choosing the right furniture and finishes. By helping our clients to discover solutions to their interior design problems.
Interior Designer Sandra Asdourian is known for clean, open, textured designs.
Specializing in Biophilic Coastal Contemporary Designs.
Interested in starting a design project? Schedule a complimentary 15-minute introductory phone call.