• Spring 2015 Design Trends for Furniture and Home Accents
  • Lora Lihet
  • Interior DesignTrends

Spring 2015 Design Trends for Furniture and Home Accents

The largest Home Furnishings Market in North America takes place in High Point, North Carolina twice a year - April and October. Here are some of the furniture and home accents design trends spotted at the spring edition of this market.


Be it in a small format, as hardware or detailing, or in a big format, as the predominant finish of the whole piece, metal finishes, in particular copper, gold & brass, were among the most popular sightings at the Market. We noticed this trend in case goods, accessories and, especially, in lighting. Check out our newest chandelier and pendant additions - Ambition Chandelier, Jack Pendant and Jill Pendant - featuring gold and copper accents.



Inviting texture, or the illusion of it, is used to add interest and fresh details, asking the viewer to engage (touch and feel) with the item. Wood grain is emphasized and carved details are being added to ordinary objects for a global design perspective - like our Ementa Console Table:




Cement and metal. Wood and metal. Fabric and metal. Eclectic style continues to gain momentum and mixing different mediums allows designers to blend modern and traditional elements flawlessly. The end result:  a strong and unique statement.

Our Fate Arm Chair showcases a unique riveted design to the aluminum side panels for an aero-dynamic look with strong, masculine character.


While grey (all 50 shades...) was still a favourite neutral, pops of saturated shades of pink, orange, yellow, green, and red in glossy finishes could be spotted in almost every showroom. Like a sculpted drop of dew, the Drop stool not only has a wonderful shape, but also a perfect seating surface. Available in four glossy colors: black, white, red, and green.

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Until next time.

♥ Adore your home...


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    Lora Lihet
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