Editor’s Spotlight: Domino

Digital Content Director Sophie Miura and Style Director Benjamin Reynaert share the trends and brands on their radar

Scouting High Point Market is an integral way for Domino’s Digital Content Director Sophie Miura and Style Director Benjamin Reynaert to see what’s new and what’s next in the design industry. Now that we’re spending more time at home than ever before – and using each room in new ways – it’s not surprising that trends are shifting.

Our readers are rethinking the way they style their homes and want to create nurturing and feel-good spaces. On our radar: Rounded silhouettes, textured, tactile upholstery fabrics, and earthy ochre and terra-cotta hues that add warmth to any palette. Here’s what we’re eyeing and buying this season.

Josh Greene for Dowel Furniture

Josh Greene’s oak and ochre La Jolla lounge chair for Dowel Furniture is the perfect way to turn an unused corner into a cozy reading nook.

Dowel Furniture

Kelly Behun for Hudson Valley Lighting

We love Kelly Behun’s bold and sculptural collection for Hudson Valley Lighting – this monochrome flush mount is a standout.

Hudson Valley Lighting

Arteriors x Beth Webb

Who needs to go to a bar when you have a sleek, fully-stocked cart at home? The Brays Bar Cart from Arteriors' Beth Webb Collection calls for happy hour.

Arteriors x Beth Webb

Made Goods

Rattan isn’t going anywhere – our readers continue to gravitate toward furniture in natural woven materials like the basket-weave Isla Buffet from Made Goods.

Made Goods

Palecek

This graphic black and white Baldwin rattan lounge chair from Palecek has a party trick – it swivels, making it an ideal pick for an open-plan room that needs conversational seating.

Palecek

Benjamin Reynaert

Sophie Miura

About the editors

Benjamin Reynaert is the style director at Domino. He sources new trends and continues to hone his passion for visual storytelling. Sophie Miura is the Digital Content Director at Domino. She is responsible for driving the digital strategy and curating the editorial experience.