Our quick and easy guide on how to get in on what’s de rigueur in interior design
Looking for something on trend to accent your home? Read on to see our brief on the latest in what’s new in interior design – and for several stylish ways to get in on the action.
Curves on Curves
B&B Italia’s reissued Camaleonda sectional strips the straight lines from linear design. Yes, its modular components join at right angles, but there’s nary a hard corner to be found in its well-stuffed upholstery. Call for pricing, at Kiosk.
Pukka Armchair and Ottoman
Designed by Yabu Pushelberg, Ligne Roset‘s Pukka armchair and ottoman were inspired by a Gaetano Pesce’s Up5 chair and Up6 ottoma, whose curves are even more pronounced than those found here. Armchair, $2615, and ottoman, $1025, at Home Société.
Country Modern Mania
Nexus Dining Table
Like so many old homesteads, Ethnicraft’s Nexus dining table is unornamented and fashioned out of sturdy oak. But like the contemporary take on farmhouse aesthetics, it’s anything but rough-hewn. From $4830, at Stylegarage.
Mid-Century Twin Bed
Simple construction and solid materials – in this case, eucalyptus with acacia veneer – make West Elm’s Mid-Century twin bed fit for a farmhouse. $1120, at West Elm.
Scene in Green
Low-key and calming, sage green is the chromatic opposite of this past year. Gan’s Backstitch area rug is likewise a reversal, showing off the stitching which is usually left to the underside. $2775, at Quasi Modo Modern Home.
With nary a thorn or prickle to be found, Babyletto’s Cactus bookshelf is safe and stylish fit for any kid’s bedroom. $600 at Ella+Elliot.
Energy-saving LEDs have improved since their stark beginnings. Case in point: Tala’s Alumina table lamp/sconce. With a porcelain bulb and dimmer, its glare is tempered to a mellow glow. Available in multiple colours. $290, at LightForm.