Consumers prefer sustainable – yet tech-friendly – design elements for their outdoor living spaces, according to the 2017 Residential Landscape Architecture Trends Survey conducted by the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA). For the first time, wireless/internet connectivity entered the top ten project types, suggesting that people want a backyard that allows them to enjoy both nature and connectivity.
During last week’s International Home and Housewares Show in Chicago, Pantone Color Institute Executive Director, Leatrice "Lee" Eiseman inspired the crowd with the latest color and design trends that are expected to be all the rage next year.
Gail Doby Coaching & Consulting Co-Founders, Gail Doby and Erin Weir, will host a complimentary breakfast, for professional interior designers on April 23, from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at the String & Splinter Club during the High Point Spring Market.
Leading floor covering and home accents manufacturer Nourison hosted a design talk with Shay Geyer of IBB Design and Scot Meacham Wood, Principal Designer of SMW Design during the Las Vegas Market in January and is sharing the design takeaways in a video of the event.
There’s a new startup in town.
Print the Future, a new technology startup, opened up a pop-up store in New York City offering on-demand custom 3D printed furniture. Through the end of March, customers can bring their own designs or pick from a catalog of ready-to-print designs and see the furniture printed right in front of their eyes.
Capel Rugs, the oldest privately owned rug manufacturer and importer in the U.S., has published a special centennial edition of its product catalog in honor of its 100th anniversary celebration this year.
Lighting leader Crystorama Lighting, has partnered with designer Brian Patrick Flynn to create a new line of lighting fixtures, set to hit retail stores nationwide beginning in April.