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A new year means new trends. At Dering Hall, we’re craving trends that feel grounded in how people live and grow, and timeless beauty that helps support a sustainable future. Innovators and rule-breakers are changing the shape of design, as are creators who champion classic aesthetics and transform them for a contemporary audience. Our Top 10 Trends for 2019 reflect the developing direction of design and avoid dead ends that subvert new ideas. Enjoy them here.

  • 1. Art Deco-Inspired Accessories

For the last few years, design has leaned toward contemporary, with the prevalence of mid-century modern styles as the exception. Now, vintage and verified antiques from a range of periods are all the rage, including Art Deco. Antiques feel like an antidote to society's obsession with novelty — they look backwards instead of forwards. When paired with contemporary details, Art Deco looks achieve a refreshing balance of old and new.

For the space above, designer Michele Safra of Michele Safra Interiors says, "The client wanted an apartment with a deco feel without wanting to make it look like a museum." She chose a vintage cabinet crafed from Macassar ebony wood, typical of the Art Deco period, with colorful blue interiors that mirror the surroundings of the waterfront Miami penthouse.

    1. Art Deco-Inspired Accessories

    For the last few years, design has leaned toward contemporary, with the prevalence of mid-century modern styles as the exception. Now, vintage and verified antiques from a range of periods are all the rage, including Art Deco. Antiques feel like an antidote to society's obsession with novelty — they look backwards instead of forwards. When paired with contemporary details, Art Deco looks achieve a refreshing balance of old and new.

    For the space above, designer Michele Safra of Michele Safra Interiors says, "The client wanted an apartment with a deco feel without wanting to make it look like a museum." She chose a vintage cabinet crafed from Macassar ebony wood, typical of the Art Deco period, with colorful blue interiors that mirror the surroundings of the waterfront Miami penthouse.

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December 17, 2018

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