News & Insights
Homeowners are looking to recycled or naturally sourced materials and meaningful décor such as unique, locally made objects. We are also seeing increased usage of smart home technology to control energy consumption and reduce household wastage.
Abundant natural light provides undeniable mood-boosting benefits, while indoor plants are shown to purify the air, reduce stress, increase focus, and boost productivity. Living walls and water features also promote an improved family environment.
Homeowners are moving towards creating a wine display to be seen as more of an art installation than a traditional cellar. In addition to preserving your collection and increasing your home’s value, a wine room or wall can present as a statement piece and focal point of your entertaining space.
Curved furniture and arched walls bring fluid lines that soften any area, along with a sense of space and comfort. Elegantly rounded sofas, accent chairs, ottomans, coffee tables, and rugs are designed for cosy relaxation, while curved bed frames and bed heads also offer sensuous visual appeal.
Lighting plays a pivotal role in setting the tone for any domain in the home. Pendants and chandeliers are ever-popular, however, bold linear displays, bespoke blown glass pieces, metallic finishes, and lights that accentuate architectural features are also here to stay.
An Emphasis on Wellness
Adding design features that cultivate self-care will transform any space into an oasis. Products and designs that promote a sense of well-being include minimalist retreat spaces, home gyms, meditation/yoga rooms, home spas with infrared saunas, and massage beds.