The popularity of metallic pieces and finishes is at an all-time high. Whether you are converting your plumbing to polished brass or gold leafing your grandmother’s favorite mirror, metallics have taken center stage for interior environments.
Embellishments have taken center stage in fashion and design. Rivets are the perfect unexpected detail to trim out architecture and wallpaper, too. A modified version of the look can be captured via nail head trim on upholstered or casegood furnishings.
Statement light fixtures can shake up an entire room. They are focal points and can be as important as art, furniture or an interior paint palette. Not to mention, they can dictate the entire personality or mood of a space.
Big or small, colorful or neutral, geometric patterns are abound in home decor . You’ll find graphic patterns covering pillows, area rugs and walls, adorning furniture pieces and shaping lighting, too. The current team favorite at Kerrie Kelly Design Lab is the honeycomb pattern!
Call it what you will, but we love it when everything is in its place. Uber-organization has come full circle and is once again at the fore-front. Interiors have taken to its eye-pleasing repetition and keen sense of placement. We’re always up for that!
Organic and natural materials have found themselves to be comfy and cozy, not to mention unusually beautiful. Taking a cue from nature, bark-like textures and chunky woven materials only create inviting spaces.
Subtle and sophisticated, matte black is replacing the glossy sheen that’s come before. A sultry way to enhance a room of any style, this beauty is here to stay.
Navy is one of our all-time favorites- so much so that we consider it a neutral. Its classic and timeless appeal continues to grab our attention, especially when paired with a crisp white.
“Living walls” are on the rise- literally! Whether on stairways or statement walls, the outdoors have moved in and continue to seamlessly mix the indoor-outdoor world of interiors.
Bold and playful, color-blocking continues to take a cue from the runways and work its way into interiors. Unexpected color mixes seem right at home next to each other in this fun style that’s sure to brighten your space.