As remote working and remote learning has boomed during the COVID-19 pandemic, the rise in the number of people staying at home has prompted many to reconsider how they want to live.
Gone are the days when the whole family required synchronized readiness. Without this need for everyone to be showered and dressed and out the door at the same time, the bathroom is morphing into a space for escape. Continue reading “Bathroom Design for a New World”
In manufacturing, knurling is a finishing process used to create any combination of horizontal, vertical or crossing lines on the surface of a fitting. Continue reading “What is Knurling?”
PANTONEView Home + Interiors 2020 Color Guide
While you may still be in the midst of decking out your beach house in Spring’s haute hues; believe it or not, color trends for the new year are already in.
The Pantone Color Institute, the authority behind the Color of The Year, has released 72 colors in eight color palettes that offer designers an “unusual and original approach” to home decor and interiors for 2020. Continue reading “Pantone 2020 – Color For A New Era”
The trick to decorating with trends is twofold. First, use them sparsely and focus on the ones you see yourself adopting for a long time. Second, look ahead to the trends that are on their way up, as opposed to the ones that are dwindling—and your decor will feel fresh longer.
According to trend hunters, the next upcoming micro trend in interior design is the ribbed surface. We are drawn to this design trend for its three-dimensional quality and its ability to add texture to a surface. Continue reading “Micro Trend: The Ribbed Surface”