Last time we talked about the trends that were at High Point Market, tons of texture and saturated color. It was heaven 😉
One thing that was super prominent to me, was not only the texture of the wood tones and natural fabrics, but the soft curves seen repeatedly in furniture pieces.
Does that mean that bright white and straight lines are out? Oh gosh no… If you follow me on instagram, you know my love for straight lines runs insanely deep.
But I’m pretty darn giddy that the pendulum has started to swing back the other way to soften a bit of the harsh lines and warmth is coming back to play.
Bernhardt pulled in some of the softest lines. They combined my love of texture with some of the prettiest curves….
This was the first time I had visited a Norwalk showroom. And I fell hard. Their layers and soft curves were consistent in every single piece. Everything was so soft, warm and inviting. I completely felt at home in here 🙂
Cisco had some of the best style with soft lines and the ultimate coziest feeling ever! Everything fell very soft and super inviting, not cold and harsh that you would normally see in an industrial space.
Universal has always been my go to for when I am looking for a contemporary item. I was thrilled to see a softer side coming from this line and items that I can see putting into any home!
You guys know my love of Four Hands, and I’m always excited to see what they have set up in every market. They introduced a ton of new sofas with soft lines…adding a ton of warmth to a space.
Hudson Valley made me drool a bit ;). It’s a bit odd to think of a light fixture as being soft but they pulled it off. Man, I love the simple curves they displayed with the matte finish. This will flow in with any decor.
Am I allowed to marry furniture? Seriously you guys…..If my love language is furniture, scroll through the next few images to hear me yell. And watch how the curves are repeated in everything. I didn’t want to leave this showroom.
I have always thought of Aidan Gray as a lighting source for houses but their furniture is ahhhmazing! Acrylic is one of my favorite materials every and I love how they incorporated it in such a soft and elegant way…curves and all!
Modern History brought on not just curves, but gold curves with a tone of texture and pizazz.