The Trend You Need To Know For 2016

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~~TEXTURE IS IN! Clearly, texture was really big this market, including lots of faux fur. I kept running my hand against the furniture. What do you think of the chairs above and below: cozy and comfortable to relax in, or vacuuming nightmare? At the very least, it coordinates well with the natural fibre rug: FLORAL IS BACK! I love the gold beige zebra patterned rug, which always works with hot pink. And see the florals on the chair? Florals, including dark florals (remember florals with a black background from the 80s?), are back. Of course, they're reinterpreted so that we'll love them again! What do you think? DRAMATIC COLOUR IS BACK! Just like I've been talking about black tile being trendy, it also translates to wall colours. Painting a room black might sound like it'd be a cave, but it can be glamorous, modern, and sophisticated. Just look at this dining room: BLUE IS IN! Blue was the big colour story this market. Navy is a best seller right now, as are indigo and denim shades. We've been decorating with turquoise for a long time now, so all these stronger shades of blue seem fresh and new. These dark blue walls are just as dramatic as black, don't you think? PINK IS IN! Pink is always a favourite, and there were many different shades of it on display at High Point. There was even some … gasp … pink beige. Here are some pearlized pink ottomans. And yes, there was lots of pink beige in upholstery and even painted case goods here. It's warm and people and drawn to it for sure, so I do like to say (once in a while so you don't want to kick your sofa) that this is not a bad colour; it's just bad when combined with the wrong colours. Who can remember what those are? Here are some stronger pinks at Lillian August: GOLD IS IN! Of course this is not NEWS anymore but it is for a lot of people who are still getting used to the idea of gold being back again in hardware and faucets. Copper is here as well but it doesn't go with everything so it will always be on the fringe. I saw a fair bit of this gold colour, below, which was big in the Tuscan brown trend. This time around, mix it with white and new pattern so it doesn't feel dated: Did you see any of these trends coming? Which ones will you be incorporating into your home? And before you walk over and kick your couch and get angry at your lamp, just remember, this post is for your entertainment only, we all seem to be fascinated by what's coming next. There are many ways to re-fresh your space and make it feel new without spending a fortune. Accessories are a big one!
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