I was stupid excited to see tons of color and texture. And not just texture with fabric, texture in case goods in wood tones……. guys. It’s so good! Makes my heart happy to see warmth coming back in!
Four Hands truly speaks my language. They are bringing back warm wood tones, tons of velvet and warm texture and so.much.leather!
Surya was popping with warm, deep jewel toned colors (don’t worry…they have bold and bright too!) that I can totally see myself using everywhere to warm up a space. The amount of texture and pattern really popped and would help a space feel cozy and inviting!
Bernhardt is a true classic in every sense, but they pulled in a ton of new texture that I could not keep my eye off of! Everything from bright, shiny chrome to rough wood textures, I loved to see and touch the organic and metal materials in almost every piece.
Cisco had a undeniable cozy and inviting presence about it. Organic texture oozed from everywhere, even the walls 😉 I’m slightly obsessed with the natural look of their pieces. Soft lines and yummy curves made me want to never leave their space!
Thibaut had color like no other. And you guys know how I am obsessed with lines…. their showroom had my eyes bouncing. Mixing super straight, clean lines with bold curves and colors was absolute perfection.
Norwalk was probably the King with texture, warm tones and and bold color. ugh, just so, so good. I could use every single piece in every single house that I work on. This was all super livable and functional while maintaining a bold sense of style.
Hudson Valley killed it with the texture and warm hues in this lighting collection. You definitely cannot take your eyes off of these pendants and need to touch them. I totally dig the shiny metal accents mixed with the natural wood tones.
EJ Victor….guys, this made texture loving, warm toned obsessed heart explode. There was nothing that was left without a pattern or texture, my eyes could not stop moving! I need someone to allow me to furnish their entire space with all of this 😉
Modern History has a cool name for starters. Every item was too good, from high reflective glass to heavy grained wood mixed with high gloss white surrounds, this was a definite change with a new take on cold, modern pieces.