Foundations in Design

Look to this collection to achieve unique settings that reflect individual tastes for a truly bespoke interior. 

Standout Color Trends

  • Bright greens from peridot to acid are cropping up everywhere.
  • Citrusy shades like tangelo orange and Meyer lemon yellow are brightening things up. 
  • Blush pink, which has achieved neutral status after several seasons, is shifting into rosier tones. 
  • On-trend copper, rust and caramel look most modern when paired with deep blues or charcoal. 
  • Deep, moody hues are a perfect foil to set off the brighter tones and warmer neutrals that are trending. Hooker’s green (named after botanical artist William Hooker) with its rich blue-green undertones is deep enough to read as a neutral, and blues are shifting to the inkier end of the spectrum to form a luxe backdrop in the home. 
  • Yves Klein blue is an eye-popping accent seen everywhere from the runway to home décor.


Design Trends

  • Matisse’s cutouts are a source of pattern inspiration with their lively mix of geometric and natural shapes.
  • Painterly effects such as brushstrokes and irregular linework are visually fluid and a welcome change from the structured, graphic patterns that have been ubitiquous in seasons past.
  • Plush and chunky double-beam boucles are becoming a go-to construction to add depth and luxury to interior settings.
  • The design influence of Cuba since it has reopened its borders to the US is undeniable. From an island-inspired palette to elements drawn from old Havana architecture, Cuba is inspiring the world of design from fashion to interiors.

Spring 2017 offers a diverse and well-curated breadth of style that opens wide the design possibilities.