The most prominent trend I saw at Market was the interpretation of nature, not only in color (green) but also in product construction and application. Amidst all the efficiency that technology provides, now more than ever, there’s a deep need for humans to reconnect to nature.
The Poppy Armoire by Selamat Designs is the perfect example. It’s constructed of a wood frame, white lacquer doors and raised gold and rattan motif. The intricacy was exquisite, a beautiful display of natural sophistication, and a nod to Art Nouveau.
The Gaga Sofa by Eleanor Rigby is a work of art. The craftsmanship is impeccable, and the comfort is immense. This creamy taupe leather is soft and supple; it invites you to sink right in! The details in this piece are numerous, from the tufting to the beautiful stitching on the arm. It’s a true quality piece of furniture.
The beautiful Nina Magon bed by Universal Furniture was a show stopper! Its luxe peacock teal velvet made a lovely nod to mother nature’s green hues. Plus, being a performance fabric, it ensures durability and longevity. It is a statement piece that goes beyond style and deeply into comfort.