7 Design Trends We Saw At Sight Unseen OFFSITE
Plus, what we learned about bringing them into our homes.
Published May 26, 2017 2:30 PM
Earthy tones are leading the pack.
Our obsession with desert neutrals continues, fueled by Eny Lee Parker‘s setup, which featured the most defined shades and textures. Terracotta will be a major color player this year, complemented by sage greens. The best way to bring this retro vibe into a modern space? Opting for streamlined furnishings with sleek lines and modest color blocks.
It’s the year of cool lighting.
It’s all about the grid.
This design trend comes with a fresh update, as seen within Pieces‘s booth, masked in a slew of delicate pastels and blush-toned schemes. Think modular coffee tables and side tables, where the “less is more” aesthetic goes the distance in terms of show-stopping decor. Offset the rigidity of the design with a delicate color palette.
Planters with the abstract in mind.
Show-stopping floral arrangements are making big strides in this year’s decor trends. Elyse Graham joined forces with NYC’s Meta Flora, to create an installation that emulates an artistic approach towards the standard arrangement. (Pick up the Domino summer issue to see more sculptural work from Meta Flora).
Copper is the metallic of the year.
Floral trends call for contemporary in the tropics.
When it comes to floral arrangements, think along the lines of the exotic and pair with streamlined metallics and concrete-esque structures. Slash Objects did a rather impressive job of bringing together two juxtaposed aesthetics, and melding them into a cohesive scene.
Blues will forever rule.