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Roche Bobois Mah Jong

Mixed Up

The true art of interior design lies in the ability to capture a homeowner’s personality and lifestyle. In doing so, various influences are certain to be present. Foregoing the matching set oft found in furniture showrooms, look to create an environment that portrays one’s interests and experiences by selectively mixing styles, textures, colors and even metallic finishes. Interestingly, some brands have designed this trend into a single collection, as shown here. Roche Bobois Mah Jong modular seating and rugs

Corner Chair


With a touch of shine and a pop of color, plush velvet, stamped leather, glazed linen, patterned and pleated satin, and embroidered and stately damask textiles and finishes infuse interest and sophistication. The Howard Elliott Collection Manhattan Corner Chair in Blur Magenta

Book cases


In recent years, minimalist cubed bookcases were designed solely for space-efficiency. Now, emulating custom work, bookcases pervade traditional furniture collections as well. Consider a statement bookcase as an extraordinary focal point in any style interior. Arthur W. Brown Manufacturing Co. Nicola Wall System

Ophelia Mirror

Historic Influences

Traditional Gothic and French influences prevail in all categories with intricate detailing, featuring rich woods, burnished metals and antiqued mirrors. The Howard Elliott Collection Ophelia Mirror


Turned Legs

History again repeats, as gracefully twisted wooden legs take a turn. Pearson 811 Chair and Ottoman

Alden Parkes Valencia chair

Art Deco

Art Deco’s 1920s detailing and inspirations have pervaded home accessories in recent years, but now designers have made a commitment to its unique silhouettes in furniture collections. Characterized by curvilinear shapes, geometric motifs, contrasting colors and clean lines, Art Deco isn’t just for the purist. Signature pieces also add an element of surprise to transitional interiors. Alden Parkes Valencia chair

Dover Chair

Brushed Metal

Led by gold and bronze, followed by copper, platinum and silver, glazed, glossed or antiqued, brushed finishes add an elegant element to furniture, accessories, lighting and hardware. Incorporate soft, metallic leathers, textiles and paint for an upscale mix. Lexington’s Kensington Place Coco Reef Sofa, Millington Cocktail Table and Dover Chair



Plaid, geometric and Asian-inspired patterns are a big story in home furnishings moving forward. Patterned upholstery, rugs and even artwork are a testament to both traditional and new technologically advanced patterns. Century Furniture – Charlotte Moss Beaufort Chair-Ottoman

upholstered headboard

Upholstered Headboards

As statement-making headboards strengthen in popularity, upholstered headboards are garnering the spotlight. Tufting and geometric patterns are worthy of consideration as a refreshing alternative to wood alone. Francesco Molon H509 upholstered headboard

Hooker Tartan Chair

Ivy League

Pared-down and simple, yet luxurious, this trend lends itself to nautical influences as seen on the fashion runways of Yves Saint Laurent and Tommy Hilfiger with blue, teal, red, white and gray. Look for tufting in traditional leather pieces, stripes, plaids and contrasting colors in elegant yet comfortable menswear-inspired upholstery and classic wood furnishings. Sam Moore by Hooker Tartan Chair