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Trends | Chasing Rainbows | January 2015

Zak

Vibrant color has been trending for the last few years, and now there’s no reason to stick with just one hue. Rainbow-themed products bring a playful element to the home category, allowing the homeowner to express herself through the full color spectrum. Andrea Lillo CLICK ON IMAGES TO ENLARGE

Last updated: January 13, 2015

Pet-ticular Presents

Jellybean

The pet category is flourishing and seasonal home furnishings items such as these incorporate our love for our animals into the holidays.-Andrea Lillo CLICK ON IMAGES TO ENLARGE

Last updated: December 2, 2014

Tabletop | Fall Fashions for the Table | Oct 2014

Baccarat

Shades of blue (particularly indigo) and architectural and floral motifs remain strong in tabletop; asymmetrical, handhewn forms and uneven dinnerware edges do too. Titanium and oxidized finishes continue to up the fashion quotient in flatware, and glassware expands with more shapes and at least one new player. Here’s a sampling of what’s in store atMore »

Last updated: October 13, 2014

Furniture/Lighting | High Point’s Bounty | Oct 2014

Somerton Dwelling

High Point Market is known for its nearly overwhelming selection of products and styles, and this season’s version is no exception. Whether it’s mid-century, rustic, contemporary, traditional or something in between, attendees will see it at High Point. CLICK ON IMAGES TO ENLARGE

Last updated: October 8, 2014

Rugs: More to See in N.C.

Calligaris

The rug industry heads to High Point Market to view the latest introductions at the last trade show of the year. While the end of 2014 is approaching, there are still a plethora of new designs to view in the rug arena, as anyone headed to High Point Market this month will see. Whether oneMore »

Last updated: October 7, 2014

Trends | Making the Past Present | September 2014

Luckies of London

As the world becomes thoroughly digital, devices such as typewriters and film cameras have faded away, and more and more people turn to their iPads and Kindles to read books. Many people still appreciate the old forms, however, which have inspired new home decor.—Andrea Lillo CLICK ON IMAGES TO ENLARGE

Last updated: September 2, 2014