Friends, color lovers and fashionistas alike!
I hope that this finds you well. If you are new to the blog, welcome! If you are not new, then you know I have been actually blogging on an almost weekly basis. (Virtually patting myself on the back over here at Studio LFB Color...LOL!)
This month my focus is on home decor trends emerging from Milan Design Week. If the Italians say it is going to be in style, then I am running with it, y'all. Today's focus is on geometrically inspired decor. This trend has a minimalistic feel for sure.
I love the clean, uncomplicated lines in geometry. Metallics are often incorporated in this trend, as well, and we are seeing a lot of geometric accents such as lamps and tables.
I have always been a huge fan of throw pillows and feel that they are great ways to bring in a touch of a trend without changing the entire aesthetic.
Let's not forget the DIYers in the mix. I love the idea of transforming a piece of furniture with stenciling or paint to create modernized look. Speaking of DIY, later this month I will be announcing some faux finish workshops featuring my friend (and world renowned faux finisher Jenny Weaver www.fauxonline.com). STAY TUNED! We will be holding workshops at my client SRH Paint Co's location in Spring, Texas.
Before I go, here is a crisp color palette I would select to accompany this geometric trend! You know I am not an interior designer, friends, so let's bring the focus back to color here in closing. :) This palette blends cool and warm colors, creating a visual homeostasis of sorts. From left to right, the Benjamin Moore color selection is: A La Mode 2109-70 | Buttercup 2154-30 | Utah Sky 2065-40 | Toucan Black 2118-20
Next week my focus will be on some faux finish trends for 2019. Stay tuned!