The Ten Interior Design Trends You Need to See This October
A new month, a new season, a new Pulp Edit. See the top ten trends and materials in the interior design world this October…
Textiles from Pierre Frey never disappoint– this is just another addition to our long list of favorites. We love the global inspiration and vibe of the dotted and graphic Maralinga pattern.
Our friend Cheminne sent us the latest issue of Margaret Russell’s new publication, Galerie magazine and we are in love. The editorial, the style, the creative… utter perfection.
The Prisma Collection by Amy Lau for Kyle Bunting is absolutely stunning. This geometric, jewel toned hair-on-hide design is the perfect rug to add elevated warmth for a fall refresh.
Overscaled lighting is the epitome of how you make a statement through design. Illuminating and artistic, this concept is both head-turning and functional. We spotted this piece in Architectural Digest, photographed by Miguel Flores-Vianna.
Cool contrast, refined furnishings and livable design steal hearts in the HouseBeautiful 2017 Kitchen of the Year. Photographed by Jonny Valiant, this space sets the bar for highly styled livable luxury.
Style is always inspired and refined, never re-created. We love this updated mid-century design, featured in Palm Springs Life.
High style luxury is nothing if it’s not livable. We love the adventurous contrast, warm tones and collected feel of this perfectly livable space, photographed by Eric Piasecki for Elle Decor.
Gone are the days when mudrooms and laundry rooms are a design afterthought. This mudroom, featured in Architectural Digest and photographed by Trevor Tondro, is exactly the type of space we want to spend time taking our shoes off.
Textural and geometric, we love the Origami Wood Wallcovering by Innovations. Forward-thinking plays on classic materials always make us do a double take as we eagerly incorporate them into our designs.
We are always eyeing the latest concepts in the art world to inspire innovating interiors. We love the relationship created between nature and artistic expression in Ugo Rondinone’s Seven Magic Mountains in Nevada, photographed by Gianfranco Gorgoni.
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