Designer at Johnny Janosik, Jamelle Showell, says “It’s just a wonderful opportunity to see new innovative ways to create furniture, to decorating your home to use color, it’s an amazing trip.”
Jamelle says the neutrals are staying strong, but they are seeing new trends of a warm gray color. The popular thing this year is mixing browns and gray to give it texture. You can add brightly colored accent accessories that really make the room pop.
You can also add different textures to a room. Jamelle says you will see more mixtures of old and new wood with metal. “They’ll take, still the reclaimed wood, very rustic, but then they’ll mix it with a shiny chrome on the base or trim. Those are mostly in your tables and so forth and it’s really pretty to take that new and old and combine it, it’s very interesting,” Jamelle says.
The mixing doesn’t stop there. Jamelle says designers are getting away from sets in living rooms and bedrooms and are replacing them with mis-matched looks.
“Maybe your mixing, maybe your mixing a mahogany with a lighter warm wood. Sort of like when you get dressed in the morning and you put on a skirt and a jacket, but they don’t match, but they still look great together,” Jamelle says.
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