Bold and unexpected TEXTURE is up next for our High Point virtual tour. Uncommon materials are becoming more widely used to create stunning visual and touchable pieces.
New York City designer Courtney McLeod of Right Meets Left Design claims that “The mix of materials, hard to discern from a distance, draws the eye and the hand in a wonderfully inviting way.” Bold pattern and color create a visual statement in the above entryway through the use of Garden Plume wallpaper by York Wallcoverings. Layers of rattan adorn the open and airy multi-drum Jayna Chandelier by Crystorama.
Metal has long been the standard material for cabinet hardware, but recently we’ve seen an emergence of alternative finishes such as leather and wood. Now stone explodes onto the scene as the go to finish for textural hardware in the Lunar Eclipse Stone Pull by Auz Design Studio.
You aren’t seeing double or even quadruple with these beveled Ravine Mirrors from John Richard. The recessed gold accent is sure to draw in the most curious of viewers.
Nourison Rugs has both visual and bold texture going on with its multi-colored Prismatic rug. Gray driftwood pegs on the Portside Panel from Uttermost create the perfect accent texture and inspire us to getaway to the coast.
Many manufacturers are looking to stand out from the crowd and entice clients to join them in their showrooms this Spring Market. Being bold and evoking the sense of touch will draw you in to purchase these pieces you can’t live without!