Today, we continue to talk about the trends we saw from Las Vegas Winter Market 2020. There were 2 showrooms we hadn’t been to for a while. And this time, when we were back to take showroom tours, we were pretty amazed how they have change their styles from country, industrial rustic to fresh mid century modern style with a lot of great artworks and fresh flower arrangements.
1.Green leather with wood frame mid-century modern chairs are among the most popular pieces.
2. Art plays a critical role in their vignettes and people love it.
3. Comfy mid-century modern sofa style with great craftsmanship and details is very popular.
4. Fresh flower arrangements elevate any interior spaces.
5. Earthy -tone objects are people’s new favorites since they bring calmness to home.
6. Functional and eye-pleasing pieces do delivery the wow factor.
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Hi, guys, we just came back from Las Vegas Winter Market 2020 to see all of the new products, trends, technologies , to participate industry round table discussions and seminars in furniture and home decor industry. Overall it was a very productive trip since we were also able to visit several new hotels after the Market. And of course the fabulous Botanical Garden in Belagiowhich features Lunar New Year zodiac theme each year. And for today’s blog, we are going to talk about the hotel room where we stayed for this trip–Park MGM. It is the newest hotel in Las Vegas. Park MGM’s design is “inspired by urban parks and gardens, and combines timeless European style with an intimate, modern sensibility.”
Yes, we love the room—simple, clean, urban, cozy yet with some traditional charms like vintage artworks, regency mid-high wood table and brass wall scones with white linen lamp shades.
Color Palette of emerald green accents walls with crisp white beddings, adjacent walls and ceiling is fresh, relaxing and modern.
The white linen lampshades add softness and sophistication to the room.
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The gallery wall is quite impressive.
And we love this oval wood mid-high regency table in front of the sofa. It is more stylish and functional than the regular low coffee tables since we can also use it as a big writing desk. When we took shuttle bus to the Market, we chatted with many colleagues and they loved that type of table too.
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The long mid-century modern sofa against the window has two tones–green and teal. And we actually saw a lot of green-and-teal combo products in the Market.
And we love to chill here every day after the Market.
It had been super busy in the last several days from WestEdge show to working on the on-going projects. WestEdge is hosted every year at the end of Oct mainly to show local small home goods makers’ handcrafted products in Los Angeles and of course some global brands in kitchen and bath as well. The show venue is usually modern and chic. I partially enjoy their outdoor lounge area in the beautiful SoCal sunshine in fall. Here are 3 homes trends we saw from this year’s show:
Muted pastel color palette on tiles, ceramic objects:
2. Dramatized Lighting Fixtures:
3. Fashion-forward Decorative Pluming Hardwares:
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No long ago, BHER announced it’s color of the year 2020–BACK TO NATURE S340-4. It’s calm, gracious and balanced and easy on the eye. Inspired by nature, this fresh soft green hue looks good indoor, outdoor at both residential and commerical.
DTLA has being gone through the major transformation within last several years. Every time, we are here, we always can see something new and feel something new. So it is pretty exciting experience to explore new DTLA for food, cafe, architectures, boutique hotels, museums, etc. And often the landscape of the mix -and- max of the new with historical buildings make the city so charming.
We were recently invited to a preview party of new property in China Town which is really close to city hall. The property is multi-purpose combining with retails and residential. I am pretty amazed by how they use the color, patterns and mid-century furniture they choose.
From color schemes , forms, textures, to mix-and-match styles, lighting fixtures, furniture, I often find my inspiration from newly renovated hotels. Here are four of recent renovated hotels I am in love with:
It might be a little bit late to post our Holiday ShowHouse 2018–2019. But come on, it’s still Jan of 2019 and Chinese New year is coming. So it’s time to be festive and it’s time to celebrate.
The inspiration of our Holiday ShowHouse 2018—2019 is inspired by Pantone Color of the Year 2019–Live Coral—fashionable, bold, youthful, energetic and innovative. After several years of muted color palettes, millennium pink and grey, we feel it is time to break through to celebrate holidays with something fresh. Therefore, we are able to stay prospective for the future. Meanwhiles, Holidays are truly about traditions. We mix and match traditions with modern, Live Coral with vintage pink, emerald green with hot pink, camel with purple, Chinoiserie accessories with minimalism furniture, geometric patterns with classic forms and fine crystals with organic ceramic. The end result of this year’s holiday show house decoration is fun, edgy, playful yet still elegant and sort of traditional. Enjoy!