FURNITURE

THE TOP PIECES INTERIOR DESIGNERS ARE SHOPPING RIGHT NOW

Expert approved.

December 13, 2017

Interior designers are the ultimate insiders who know what pieces are the standouts to buy now. Here we reveal the switch up your interior needs – expert approved.

BLUE AND BROWN

Take any space to the next level with this season’s power pairing which promises staying power.

BAUHAUS PRINTS

Blochy and bold prints as seen in the parisian apartment of Laura Gonzalez as well as Iroko fabric by Houles (houles.com) Crosstown velvet by Donghia (donghia.com) Tessere textural jacquard by Dedar (dedar.com) Ettore linen by Pierre Frey (pierrefrey.com)

MODERN MOIRE

The silk fabric with rippled texture may seem old fashioned but designers are using it modern ways like covering a contemporary chair or plain wall in Schumacher’s Incomparable moire that makes it look totally fresh. Seek out Gallery moire trim by Houles (houles.com), Cala by Jim Thompson Fabrics (jimthompsonfabrics.com), Uma by Manuel Canovas for Cowtan & Tout, (cowtan.com)

SOPHISTICATED STRIPES

From typical sailor stripes designers are using stripes to bring energy to spaces without overpowering them. We love Masai Azul fabric by Gaston y Daniela (gastonydaniela.com).

UPHOLSTERED OTTOMANS

The update to make now.

CYCLAMEN

A quick fix.

BROWN ENGLISH FURNITURE

It’s back and can work wonders elevating a room instantly.

STANDING LAMPS

Take any space to the next level with a floor light that is part sculpture, part illuminator.

TIMBER DINING CHAIRS

Upgrade your room with simple wood seating – they’re back in vogue.

SKINNY METAL CURTAIN RODS

Your autumn statement piece.

AFRICAN STOOLS

An instant style updater.

BERGERE ARMCHAIR

It’s amazing how often these classics are used by top designers in the best interiors.

ZEBRA STRIPES

A fabulous source of drama, texture and pattern.

OUTDOOR STATUES USED INDOORS

One of the most wanted items for your house this year.

SISAL RUGS

Designers continue to use the stalwart in fresh ways.

ANTIQUE MIRRORS

A designer favourite.

 

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