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As Seen On Forbes: Our Top Design Trends for 2022

1. Maximalist Design

"Goodbye monochromatic neutrals and minimalist design. Now more than ever we are seeing a return to cozy & warm interiors. Think beautifully layered spaces, a mix of prints, patterns & colors, delicious wallpapers, textures, pleated & patterned lampshades as well as bespoke textiles."

3. Passementerie & Decorative Trim

"In response to the over-saturation of mid-century modern and minimalist decorating trends, the design world is seeing a resurgence of texture, tassels, trim & passementerie galore. More and more people will be dressing up their homes and trimming their furnishings."

Read the full article on Forbes

These Trends Have Staying Power

Another year, another opportunity to make meaningful moments at home. Amanda Lauren of Forbes recently invited our founder, Roxy, alongside fellow industry experts to share their top interior design trends for 2022. Scroll below for Roxy's top 4 trends with staying power and click here to read the full article as featured on Forbes.

2. Going Green

"This soft and sophisticated color with an organic appeal brings a beautiful nature inspired balance to design. It looks particularly striking when paired with the warmth of natural materials like rattan, grasscloth, and burlwood furniture."

4. Woven & Rattan Furniture

"Rattan, wicker, and grasscloth will always remain a classic. These natural materials, which bring a calm, warm and casual vibe to design, work in all types of spaces from New York City to the English countryside to the coast."

These Trends Have Staying Power

Another year, another opportunity to make meaningful moments at home. Amanda Lauren of Forbes recently invited our founder, Roxy, alongside fellow industry experts to share their top interior design trends for 2022. Scroll below for Roxy's top 4 trends with staying power and click here to read the full article as featured on Forbes.

1. Maximalist Design

"Goodbye monochromatic neutrals and minimalist design. Now more than ever we are seeing a return to cozy & warm interiors. Think beautifully layered spaces, a mix of prints, patterns & colors, delicious wallpapers, textures, pleated & patterned lampshades as well as bespoke textiles."

2. Going Green

"This soft and sophisticated color with an organic appeal brings a beautiful nature inspired balance to design. It looks particularly striking when paired with the warmth of natural materials like rattan, grasscloth, and burlwood furniture."

3. Passementerie & Decorative Trim

"In response to the over-saturation of mid-century modern and minimalist decorating trends, the design world is seeing a resurgence of texture, tassels, trim & passementerie galore. More and more people will be dressing up their homes and trimming their furnishings."

4. Woven & Rattan Furniture

"Rattan, wicker, and grasscloth will always remain a classic. These natural materials, which bring a calm, warm and casual vibe to design, work in all types of spaces from New York City to the English countryside to the coast."

Read the full article on Forbes

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