If you plan to refresh your home this year, there are some home trends you may want to pay attention to. We have seen these 4 top trends in the past several months that has gained population in home design.
- Cozy and Relaxed
The neutral color schemes with subtle pops of color on accessories and artwork create a calming and layered interior.
A super comfy low profile sectionals with a deep seat and a lot of plush pillows are where everyone wants to hang out when we spend more time at home.
The curved and round shapes of the furniture will often make us feel easy and relaxed.
2. Luxe minimalism
Minimalism has been involving into the one with warmer feel, more accessories, more textures and more layers to bring in personality. Sculptural furniture is taking a lead in this trend.
3. Bring nature in
A beautifully designed interior framed around breath-taking lush greenery outside, a herbal kitchen, a rattan chair and a wicker chandelier add a touch of nature and organic feel to our home , our ultimate refugee.
4. Outdoor living
We definitely have spent more time in our backyard in the past year and we probably will continue to do so. We start to see outdoor home office, cottages, outdoor kitchen that not only focuses on BBQ but a wellness center for a yoga or a little getaway for a morning coffee or afternoon tea.
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Low, loungey, and incredibly comfortable, our Ether Sofa has a simple genesis story: JA wanted to create a sofa that looks and feels like heaven. The lozenge-like silhouette is enveloping and inviting, while gleaming brass stiletto legs add lift and polish fit for a formal parlor. Ethereal yet edgy, it’s elegant enough for a chic sitting room, but cozy enough to be your favorite spot to binge-watch. Striated icy velvet glows with dreamy hints of silver and blue, oatmeal bouclé is a warm and nubby neutral, or float on fresh, cloud-hued woven upholstery.
Think Halston, think Studio 54, think sybaritic style. Also think our signature Bacharach details, generously scaled for even more comfort. Featuring curved metal supports and fluid modern forms, this sofa is très chic from every angle. Sculptural enough to float in a large loft, but cozy enough to curl up and watch tv, our Bacharach Sofa shows you can have it all. Available in dreamy Como Champagne velvet cradled in a brushed brass frame.
Faux mohair and curves in all the right places. Two-piece sectional designed by Ross Cassidy is luxurious in its silver-colored upholstery and minimalistic in its shape. Special design detail: It’s framed out using an FSC ®-certified eucalyptus wood blend.
Faux mohair and curves in all the right places. Three-piece sectional designed by Ross Cassidy is luxurious in its powder-colored upholstery and minimalistic in its shape. Special design detail: It’s framed out using an FSC ®-certified eucalyptus wood blend.
Our Nouveau sectional is a curvy, style-forward stunner that invites you to unwind with open arms. The combination of a wedge and right- and left-arm sofas sweeps a fluid curve from arm to back, hosting squishable back pillows that are scaled slightly smaller to enhance the effect. With soft yet firm cushions that sit somewhere between upright and loungey, the three-piece sectional makes itself at home in casual and more formal settings.
- Made with textered Fabric Upholstery Material and Stainless Steel Legs and Wood Frame
- Seating Sponge Foam and Back Sponge Foam for Long Time Use
- Included three toss Pillow for best decoration , pillow Size is 16 x 16.
- Smartly shipped in two boxes – all parts have been assembled. To shift this sofa you just need to choose the good location.
- Diminsion : – Width: -150. 4, Length: -60. 6, Height: – 29. 1 , Seat Width: -150, Seat Depth: -31. 05, Seat Hieght: -18. 1, Leg Height: -2
Art Deco curves meet 1970s lounge in our utterly contemporary Pershing collection. Slim rails and arched armrests take a low profile to make room for the roomy sofa’s generous seat and back cushions filled with a comfy mix of foam and fiber. Round sturdy legs add bold detail, while the tweedy, linen-like fabric layers on texture.
1970s Italian-inspired sofa designed by Jannis Ellenberger makes lounging look vintage. Curvaceous design is wrapped in a creamy ivory boucle that brings soft texture and dimension to the piece. Four metal braces add structural detail to each end. Luxe sofa is low, deep and so easy to sink into.
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