Home and Living has had a peek into some of this Fall’s top new decorating trends, as uncovered by some of the nation’s most celebrated interior designers, Anthony Baratta, Jeffrey Alan Marks and Nathan Turner at this summer’s Las Vegas Market, which took place August 1 – 5.
Each of the designers “shopped” Las Vegas Market’s five-million-square-feet of showrooms to discover the trends that will take over the interior design industry this Fall. From vibrant colors, to au natural, and trends as whimsical as “swivel,” the designers searched high and low to bring viewers of the market’s Ahead of the Curve program cutting edge ideas.
“I’ve found the experience at Las Vegas Market to be incredibly inspiring,” said Baratta. I have found some great new pieces to incorporate into current projects and have so many new ideas to take home to New York with me. I was non-stop shopping.”
Forms from the 40s, 50s and 60s are now being made with materials to make the look more modern. These pieces give a whimsical element to any room, and offer more compatibility with today’s design options.
“…I was non-stop shopping.”
Black and White – the ultimate neutral
Black and white allows color to stand out in a room, and can bring a room to life. A lot of the black and white pieces at this year’s Las Vegas Market are very graphic, which really allows a piece to give a room a whole other dimension.
Chrome in the Home
Chrome gives any piece a clean, fresh look. Las Vegas Market featured countless retro pieces that were updated with a chrome element. Chrome adds a nice sparkle to a room and will work in both modern and traditionally designed homes, giving them a sharp, crisp finish.
Visit the slide show to see some of Anthony Baratta’s picks from Las Vegas Market.