I’ve been noticing a trend in rugs lately. After a strong showing of defined geometric and animal-hide patterns the last couple of years, the growing trend in rugs is a deconstructed version of those heavily-popular patterns. Not sure what I mean? Let me give you some examples. via Pinterest
Are you over the big tan or brown blob of a sofa that’s been lurking living in your living or family room for the last ten years? I’m sick to death of them, let me tell you. Most people may tell you that GRAY is the new neutral for sofas, but I beg to differ. […]
As an interior decorator, I sometimes find myself assuming that my clients know what I’m talking about when I suggest a flamestitch or imperial trellis pattern for their upholstery fabric or new rug. Then I get the confused stare: I have no idea what you are talking about . . .
In my last post, I wrote about a recent Elle Decor article where high-end designers were deeming certain decor trends to be “so out.” I obviously disagreed with them and (judging from the unprecedented amount of responses from you guys) so did you! Several of you wanted to know what’s on the The Decorologist’s list […]
Do you sometimes feel like you just can’t keep up with the trends? I have a friend who says she tends to redecorate on the backend of trends so that in 2 years, her whole house looks dated! source