Here are the Top 10 Trends for home design according to House and Home.
Also, check out this video for House and Home’s Top Trends for 2010 as seen at their editor’s Trends Breakfast by clicking here: Top Trends for 2010
Four-Poster Canopy Bed
A modern Calvin Klein statement bed.
Add instant cozy character to bedrooms big or small.
Products & Services: Calvin Klein Curator canopy bed, $4,800 (queen), DeBoer’s.
Large patterns characterize 2010’s textiles.
Loose brushstrokes, bold patterns and watery colourways mark the newest look in textiles and upholstery fabrics.
Products & Services: From left: Peter Dunham Textiles Mattress Ticking, $146/yd., Y&Co; Christopher Farr Cloth Flower Show, $230/yd., Y&Co; GP & J Baker Salcombe Rose, $162/yd., Lee Jofa; Schumacher Abazar Resist, $245/yd., Bilbrough; Madeline Weinrib Organic Block Print, $191/yd., Y&Co.
Subway Sign Art
Contemporary text makes for mod art.
A new version of the black and white photograph, where words and letters add graphic appeal.
Products & Services: Subway sign art, approx. $770, Restoration Hardware.
Oversized Pendant Light
Industrial yet glam lighting.
The bigger the better with 2010’s ode to the industrial era. Think warm metal hues from oil-rubbed bronze to tarnished brass.
Products & Services: Visual Comfort Goodman lamp, $855, Elte.
Swap hard, square storage baskets for today’s tightly woven, round and distinctly modern styles.
A classic bistro chair.
This shapely chair has shed its humble roots and is showing up in elegant dining rooms. We love its airy openness, sweeping curves and modern sculptural shape.
Mobiles aren’t just art, they can even replace ceiling fixtures. They bring life and movement to a minimalist room.
Earthy glass objects in this year’s hottest hues — bottle green and seashell pink — add a sense of history and patina to living spaces.
Products & Services: Bacchus bottles by Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams, from $155 each, Celadon Collection.