If you're like me, though, the last thing you want to do is jump on a trend you'll be looking to jump off of in one year's time. That's why I put together a round up of some 2015 design trends you should know about, that you can still feel good about in 2016 and beyond!
It's time to face it: with the last echoes of summer behind us, 2014 is more than half over. The world of design didn't take any time off, however! Here's an update on some growing trends that have been getting stronger all year -- and don't show any signs of stopping.
With each new year comes new design trends, and while for some of us that means adding a few new touches to an existing look, for others, it means a complete overhaul of a space. For Toronto designer...
We often take the days after to make resolutions, reflect on the year gone by and establish hopes and dreams for the coming year. Here are some fantastic 2013 trends that we hope to see continue well into 2014 and a couple that we hope slip into obscurity.
To meld a hefty hunk of steel, brass or iron into anything at all requires heat, brawny machines and dangerous tools. To turn it into a beautiful piece of furniture requires a real craftsman.One of me...
Some of us are shower people, and some are bathers.But there's a way to be both, as the Japanese discovered centuries ago when they developed the ofuro, or soaking tub.Traditionally, the Japanese get...
Fifteen years ago, I thought floor cloths were an incredibly clever solution to the challenge of creating high-impact, low cost, durable floor coverings. I haven't touched a paintbrush to create one since the 90s, but lately they're everywhere I look.