More space inside. Introducing Design-Craft® cabinets with great design and greater capacity. It’s the look you want, with the space your family needs.
Pantone is the master prognosticator of color trends; both fashion and home design are influenced by the company’s predictions. Emerald green is a big one, but lots of saturated jewel tones are in the future mix. One blog cites the “on-going interest in food and nutrition…color nuances that emerge from the so-called super foods: acai, grapes and berries.” Pantone’s colors surely bring these healthy shades to mind. Check out Pinterest’s Colorful Bathrooms section for lots of great examples.
Nina Tolstrup Seating using March Jacobs textiles was shown at this spring’s trend-setting Milan Furniture Fair. The exaggerated back is emphasized by the graphic, colorful fabric. A modern take on the old “slipper chair,” perfect to dress up any room in the house.
Tiles are often used on floors, walls and even ceilings abroad—hot climates/cool tile. Certain patterns are “native” to Mediterranean countries. Think the Alhambra. Or Marrakesh. Or even the mosaics in Saint Mark’s Basilica in Venice. This “Majolica” floor tile is made by Fap Ceramiche in Italy, but distributed world-wide.