Here at Park, we are seeing an increase in clients who want to curate their homes to tell their story. They want to include family heirlooms, artifacts from travel experiences, and art created by loved ones. Pieces that mean something to them.
It seems people are over the concept of ‘one-stop-shop’ design stores. They are taking the design of their homes up a notch by mixing and matching old and new pieces. Layering carefully selected new items with the classic, nostalgic older items creates a space that is filled with warmth and feeling.
Clients are looking for pieces that speak to them and can be “worked-in” to their comfort level. We are seeing less desire for perfection in our client’s spaces. People are making room for pieces that are meant to wear, have a patina, and/or will be used day-to-day.
The Interior Design world is going to be infiltrated with warmer toned palettes and bold accent colors in 2020. Browns, greens, and yellows will be making a big impact this year. Cool tones tend to create a more industrial feeling to a space and we are seeing more of our clients seeking to create warmth and “hygge” in their homes.
Painting an interior door in a rich color adds warmth and character to the space. Paired with luxurious door hardware, a dark door can provide an artistic and creative element in any room.
“The personality exemplified by the color can be as fun as the stories of the people who walk through the door!” — Courtney Hill Fertitta of Courtney Hill Interiors