Bold geometric rugs make a serious statement, so it’s no wonder they’re having a moment. The repeated graphic shapes can bring symmetry to a room or offer fun contrast...either way, they look pretty damn cool. Perhaps inspired by last year’s trend of mixing prints, this is the next step in the evolution of daring interior design choices.
Shot on location at Tai Ping Carpets in the Pacific Design Center, Los Angeles, California.
Silver, nickel, and chrome have been the metallics of choice in home décor since granite became the standard, but this season, it’s all about copper. This burnished, rich tone is popping up on everything from bathtubs to chandeliers, and it makes us feel all warm and cozy inside.
Women’s runway fashions have been used as inspiration for interior designers for years, but suddenly menswear is the muse du jour. Plaid, pinstripe, and herringbone prints are making an appearance in bedrooms and kitchens across the country, and we’re totally loving this masculine trend.
Shot on location at the Pacific Design Center in Los Angeles, California. Special thanks to the Andrew Martin showroom at the PDC.
Toning up at the table.
Outdoor bar makes cinder block star.
A marble-ous way to shake things up.
Couching success in sound design.
Décor that says, “What a croc!”
Hanging out around the house.
Copper heads up sharp designs.