York Wallcoverings, the oldest and largest wallcoverings manufacturer in the U.S., reveals Bay Brown as its 2024 Color of the Year. Inspired by organic hues of wood, soil and roots, Bay Brown inspires intimate, luxurious living spaces.
1stDibs commissioned researchers with Surveys & Forecasts, LLC, a full-service strategic research consultancy based in South Norwalk, CT, to conduct 624 online interviews between August and September, 2023. The interior designers who were interviewed are part of the 1stDibs Trade 1st Program.
For each palette, FS selects an “anchor color,” and for Savory Brights, it’s Urgent Orange, a standout hue among standout hues.
Join us in a conversation with design historian Emily Evans Eerdmans as we delve into Buatta’s enduring influence and why 80s maximalism is making a triumphant return.
The intertwining of restaurants, gyms, homes, hotels, and residences is emblematic of a larger narrative. Our lifestyles are evolving. They are influenced by the fluidity of contemporary living, the pursuit of individualized experiences, a focus on wellness, and the commercial opportunities arising from this symbiosis. What emerges is a mosaic where the traditional demarcations between hospitality, design, and what it means to live well are redefined, offering a glimpse into the future where spaces are not confined by their initial purpose, but rather thrive on their ability to adapt and transform.
This week we talked to Stephanie Stroud, the area manager of Ferguson’s Los Angeles and Santa Barbara showrooms about the latest trends in lighting for kitchens and baths. From channeling old world, royal estates, to combining minimal styles from around the world, and embracing nature with eco-friendly and biophilic designs, these lighting trends encompass a diverse range of styles and themes.
Brooke Horan, Principal at HDR, recently listed globalization as an important trend for the future of work, “With our increased ability to connect virtually across so many time zones and countries, companies continue to become more global. To future-proof their organizations and stay competitive, they need to stay on top of new technologies that help create consistent, supported workflows across continents and multiple cities. They need to offer flexible environments conducive to constant change, uncertainty, and the more diverse nature of multinational business practices.”