Another exciting and productive visit to the annual Las Vegas Market…the nation’s most comprehensive residential design, construction and furnishing sourcing with expanded and reimagined furniture, décor and some 40+ evens at the World Market Center.
As always, we maximized our time to see all of the exciting, new pieces and trends. There were six trends that I found to be extremely prevalent and consistent from showroom to showroom.
Trend #1: Knife Edge Upholstery
A knife edge is a seam without a decorative finish. Typically, it tapers to sharp, crisp edges and corners, creating a very simple, clean, polished look. However, this year, the edge remains loose leaving a casual and unpolished look.
Trend #2: Forrest Green, Rust, Mustard & Gold
The popular deep greens, rusts, mustards and golds are a nod to the throwback style of the 60’s and 70’s. Unlike the neutrals, warm whites, and soft hues of the last five years or so, this is a radical departure from what has defined home décor previously. Check out trend #4 for more on the resurgence in popularity of the throwback aesthetic.
Trend #3: Natural Wood
Right now, natural wood tones are making a comeback for many compelling reasons. We’re sure that this resurgence is here to stay. Unlike popular belief, wood doesn’t have to be traditionally dark. Not only will lighter wood give your space a modern spin, but it also creates a bright and happy environment.
Trend #4: Throwback
An explosion of character and funk is making its way back into the zeitgeist of home décor. Yes, the 1970s aesthetic is coming back in full force, with these designs evoking the fun, sensual, and downright cool vibe that defined the decade. Homeowners and buyers seem to be moving on from the overly clean, curated, and cottagecore looks of the last few years and heading into another nostalgic direction that emphasizes color, individuality, and, you guessed it, groove.
Trend #5: Channel Tufting
Channel tufting is the new hot trend this spring! We saw it everywhere. Traditional button tufting will always be a timeless look for upholstery and leather. But channel tufting is a wonderful modern progression in this trend for lovers of all things tufted! Whether it’s vertical or horizontal, we love the plump and padded look that channel tufting gives to sofas, chairs, headboards, and even walls. The clean lines add interest and texture to a room.
Trend #6: Textured Boucle
Boucle is a soft yet lumpy woven fabric that grew extremely popular in the 1940s due to fashion designer Coco Chanel. For decades, the textured fabric was used by well-known designers for its unique consistency and softness. Wearing it makes you feel like you’re in your own little bubble of serene warmth. Once boucle made its mark in fashion, designers transitioned it onto furniture as well. With its vintage appeal and curvy shape, boucle is perfect for making your space look and feel inviting and cozy.
For help incorporating these new trends into your home, please contact Talie Jane Interiors at 855-TALIE JANE (855-825-4352).
Trend 1: Decorative Pillow and Sham Styles: Knife, Flange, Welted and Scalloped (flandb.com)
Trend 2: Why ’70s Interior Home Design Will Make A Huge Comeback In 2023, According To Experts (housedigest.com)
Trend 3: Why Are Natural Wood Tones Making a Comeback? – Peninsula (peninsulahome.com)
Trend 4: Why ’70s Interior Home Design Will Make A Huge Comeback In 2023, According To Experts (housedigest.com)
Trend 5: Spring Trends: Channel Tufting — Grayson Living
Trend 6: https://www.housedigest.com/978438/is-boucle-furniture-going-out-of-style/
Photos taken by Talie Jane.
Article by Talie Jane.
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