With eco-consciousness on the rise, the focus on organic shapes, forms and materials remains strong. Upcycling is added to reuse and recycling as an innovative solution to the global concern about sustainability and responsible manufacturing. Leaves, feathers and twigs are popular motifs. Hand knits, patchwork, textured surfaces that refer to natural sources and organic fabrics round out this lifestyle.


Traditional motifs are reinvented with new colors and larger scales. Ikats, block prints and suzannis are reflective of the trend towards natural and handmade products with a sense of history. Graphic interpretations make them the perfect fit for a modern interior.

modern Love

Evoking images of Hollywood Regency and first-class travel, this season’s romantic looks refer back to the glamour of the silver screen. Florals are painterly and overscaled in clear, clean colors. Billowing manipulated fabric techniques and tropical patterns suggest lush decadence. Matte and shine combined with hammered textures define luxury for the traditional home.


Stripes and plaids are key patterns as the macro trend towards casual living continues. Formal frames are covered in comfortable linens and menswear looks. Sofas are getting larger even as living spaces get smaller, inviting us to view our homes as comfortable nests instead of showplaces.


In an uncertain economic environment, graphic shapes in bold colors reflect order in a world where the old norms don't apply. Chevrons, fractured geometrics, roman stripes and dots combine to make eye-catching products for the hip, urban consumer.