Touches of color like pale pink make a walk-in feel more like a room and less like a closet. #ThursdayThoughts http://t.co/AS2IAzZmoV
Although there were beautiful examples of color at the Architectural Digest Home Show, this season has a heavy emphasis on black.
California Closets’ Chief Design Officer Ginny Snook Scott visited the Architectural Digest Home Show in Manhattan, March 2013, and brought back some photos and stories
We’ll be posting more about the trends we saw on display at the Architectural Digest Home Design Show, but I wanted to highlight a few of my favorite items that caught my eye!
The common theme is one of using texture and light to add visual interest and style to your home.
I snapped some pictures with my iPad of my favorite examples. Let me know what you think – do you like these design elements as much as I do?
One of the most popular exhibits at the Architectural Digest Home Design Show this year was the Dining for Design exhibit.
At times whimsical and fantastical, then glamorous and dramatic, the exhibit featured dining rooms created by leading designers and brands.
Tell us – which ones are YOUR favorites?
We’ve just wrapped up our first day at the Architectural Digest Home Show and noticed that bursting out from the trend of subtle, neutral palettes was the unmistakable pop of Pantone’s Color of the Year: Tangerine Tango.
This lovely red-orange tone is warm and dramatic, comforting and bold.
See how it adds brightness and sophistication to kitchens, bedrooms, wall art and more. Which are your favorites?