Hot Hue: Pantone’s 2019 Color of the Year, “Living Coral,” is a cheerful, energizing addition to any room of the home
Banish boring with inspiring patterns, textures, and colors
1 Cowtan & Tout’s “Seta” wallpaper, shown here in Spice, is 100% linen and available in 21 different hues.
2 Inspired by a trip to India, Nina Campbell created the “Fortoiseau” collection for Osborne & Little. The design features monochromatic birds in ornamental frames. Available in five colorways.
3 From the Matthew Williamson at Osborne & Little collection, “Valldemossa” is named after a village on the island of Mallorca and features tropical flowers and contrasting fronds. Available in five colorways.
4 Shimmering feathers float from ceiling to floor in the “Adornado” pattern from Matthew Williamson at Osborne & Little. Available in six colorways.
5 A part of the Aviva Stanoff Signature collection from the York Designer Series, “Tribe” is available in six different colors, including Lapis Lazuli, shown here.
6 “Deco Fountain,” shown here in Gold is a part of the Candice Olson Journey collection from the York Designer Series. Available in five additional colors.
7 Abstract artist Carol Benson-Cobb’s collection with York’s Stylemakers is meant to ignite the imagination. The “Dune” pattern is shown here in Smoky Quartz.
All wallpapers are available to the trade or for purchase through many local interior design firms and home furnishings retailers.
1 Ann Sacks’s “Savoy,” shown here in the Arrowhead shape and Chalk color, is partially made from pre-consumer recycled content. Available in eight shapes and 10 colors. Available to the trade.
2 Meant to inspire peaceful interiors, “Zen” from Emser Tile is a glass mosaic available in six colors. Shown here in Peace. C & F Flooring, candfcarpet.com; Holmes Tile & Marble, holmestile.com; Inside Effects, insideeffects.com; Kaufman by Design, kaufmanbydesign.com
3 From MADE by Ann Sacks, Barbara Barry’s “Radius” tiles are a study in geometry. A wedge field tile in Silver Blue Matte is shown here. Five tile options and numerous earthenware colors available. Available to the trade.
4 The “Vintage Metals” collection from Daltile is a contemporary take on a classic aesthetic. Available in four designs and three metallic colors. The “Whitewash” design is shown here in Titanium. C & F Flooring, candfcarpet.com; Holmes Tile & Marble, holmestile.com; Inside Effects, insideeffects.com; Kaufman by Design, kaufmanbydesign.com; Lumber One, lumberonehomecenter.com
5 Walker Zanger’s “Byzantium” collection was inspired by Byzantine Empire and Rome. The collection features three designs and three colorways. The “Heraclee” design is shown here in Borolo, Violetta & Thasos. Holmes Tile & Marble, holmestile.com and Inside Effects, insideeffects.com
6 LiLi’s handmade “Juliet” tile features a scrollwork motif. Acme Brick Tile & Stone, acmebricktileandstone.com
Windows, Doors, & Hardware: From the front door to your kitchen cabinets, these elements are among the hardest working in the home
Wake up your bedroom with comfortable and chic duvets, coverlets, and sheet sets
Bella Notte’s “Rosalina” Euro shams (shown in Warm) feature a pattern of birds and botanicals and are paired with the “Luna” royal sham and coverlet in Rose Gold and the “Luna” Euro sham in Powder as well as the “Loulah” kidney throw pillow (seen in foreground). Blu D’or Interiors, bludorinteriors.com; Cobblestone & Vine, cobblestoneandvine.com; Daffodil Hill, daffodilhillshop.com; GW Lighting & Home, gwlightingandhome.com; Sara Kathryn’s, sarakathryns.com…
Check out the latest offerings in plumbing fixtures, appliances, sinks, and tubs
Sleek, simple, and sophisticated, the “One” faucet by Kallista is a modern choice for the kitchen. Shown in Unlacquered Brass; also available in Chrome, Brushed Nickel, Nickel Silver, and Gunmetal. Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery, ferguson.com; PC Hardware, pchdwe.com…
Furniture & Lighting: Give your living room flair with updated selections to suit your style
Above: Celerie Kemble for Arteriors “Cleo” chandelier and “Calla” sconce. Antique Brick Outdoors, antiquebrickinc.com; Bear Hill Interiors, bearhillinteriors.com; Blu D’or Interiors, bludorinteriors.com; Cobblestone & Vine, cobblestoneandvine.com; GW Lighting and Home, gwlightingandhome.com; Harper Howey Interiors, harperhoweyinteriors.com; Jayson Cain Interiors; jaysoncaininteriors.com; Light Innovations, light-innovations.com; Lighting Emporium, lightingemporium.com; Massimo Interior Design, massimointeriordesign.com; mertinsdykehome, mertinsdykehome1.wixsite.com; Phoenix Interiors, phoenixlittlerock.com; Ransom Interiors, ransominteriors.com…
New options for rugs, carpet, and hardwoods will have you ready to re-think what’s underfoot
Textile Trends: From natural to bold (and every step along the way), these fresh fabrics are sure to bring life to your design
Clockwise from top left: Gold shimmer lumbar pillow, “Vienna” in Splash abstract print fabric, and “Anhalt” floral fabric in Charcoal. Cynthia East Fabrics, cynthiaeastfabrics.com. Novus floral cut velvet. Designer Effects (to the trade), designereffects.net. “Magda” floral print in multicolored Summer. Fabrics Etc., fabricsetclr.com.…
Without a doubt, they’re the hardest working surfaces in your home. Make them one of the most-loved, too, by selecting a countertop that will stand the test of time in terms of style and durability. Check out these options >>>
Featuring multicolor veins of copper, gold, and greige, Cambria’s “Brittanicca Gold” is a warm, yet current option for kitchens as well as baths. Cambria, an American-made stone, is nonporous as well as scratch- and stain-resistant. Available in a matte or high-gloss finish….
What’s the most thought-about—and often-excruciating—décor decision homeowners face? You guessed it: picking a paint color. Here, color experts from three well-known brands tell us what’s trending and share a bit of advice for your next paint project.
THE EXPERT: Andrea Magno, Color & Design Expert
How to Make an Impact with Paint
“Introducing strong hues is a great way to make an impact,” Magno says. “Start with a focal point, such as a fireplace mantle or the back walls of built-in bookshelves where you want to draw attention to artwork or accessories. As you get more confident, you can graduate to painting the doors to a room or a hallway, window trim, or wainscoting.”
“We are seeing a shift toward warmer colors and even bolder colors after a long stretch of cool and pale hues,” Magno says. “People are interested in brightening things up with color by incorporating more saturated yet easy-to-live-with hues for 2018. For example, the Benjamin Moore Color of the Year 2018 is Caliente, a vibrant, charismatic shade of red. The Benjamin Moore Color Trends 2018 palette features 23 colors that range from hues in the red family, with a nod to the very popular pinks we’ve noted with Pleasant Pink, to deep reds such as Cranberry Cocktail.”