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Inside this Issue: Décor

From the Editors of Décor

There are some trends we are happy to relegate to the history books: bathroom carpeting, avocado-color appliances, glass-block windows. But there are many more we can’t wait to welcome for a second act. We’re fascinated by how trends from the past are reintroduced in fresh and unexpected ways. One of our favorite examples is the resurgence of florals as a romantic, colorful counterpoint to today’s popular monochromatic schemes. There’s something wonderfully nostalgic about these nature-inspired designs, which bring decorative flourish to furniture, lighting, rugs, and dinnerware. When paired with high-contrast, geometric patterns, the results are even more breathtaking. We take a closer look in “Botanicals in Bloom.”


Photo: Brittany Ambridge


Photo: Frances Janisch

This issue, we also introduce you to talented designers who are changing the way we think about décor. In Texas, Janet Gust illustrates her passion for mixing old-world forms with vivid patterns (“Modern Merger”).


Photo: Julie Soefer


Photo: Julie Soefer

In Florida, Krista Watterworth Alterman puts art at the forefront of an airy, contemporary design (“Artistic Expression”).


Photo: Jessica Klewicki Glynn


Photo: Jessica Klewicki Glynn

And in California, Kendall Wilkinson rewrites the rule book with her bold renovation of a 1902 home (“Welcome Home”).


Photo: John Merkl


 

Style is constantly evolving. We revel in the thrill of keeping up. Welcome to Décor.

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