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If you didn't make it to High Point Market this year, no problem! We are going to show you what was hot and what was trending for the latest interior design products of 2017.

Published in What's New
Tuesday, 07 February 2017 17:40

Designers Give 2017 Predictions for Stark

6 Designers Share Their 2017 Trend Predictions

Published in What's New
Tuesday, 12 July 2016 05:42

Southern Design

Southern Design

Craving some southern hospitality? Schumacher asked decorators below the Mason-Dixon Line to share their Schumacher favorites.

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Published in Design Trends
Wednesday, 25 May 2016 04:45

Design Trends: Muted Tones

Design Trends: Muted Tones

Barbara Barry's Chalet

CHALET, Barbara Barry’s new collection of fabric, trimmings, drapery hardware and wallpaper for Kravet, is based on her love of the Austrian Alps, where rustic meets refinement. Rendered in the soft colors of Edelweiss, alpine streams and winter grays, CHALET offers chic simplicity to layered formality. The collection ranges from perfect plains and pretty patterns, to exquisite embroidered and elegant trims. Dress up your cabin-inspired interior in wool and cashmere, felt and fur, or keep it spare and modern with touches of trim and antler drapery hardware accents.

Design Trends: Muted Tones

"Every year I head to Austria to take in the beauty of the mountains. The green Alps and blue skies are a spectacular backdrop for a simple but refined lifestyle. An all day hike is rewarded by the return to soft pine floors, fine linens and a glass of crisp Austrian Riesling. This magical lifestyle and beautiful surroundings is what inspired this new collection called Chalet. " - Barbara Barry

Design Trends: Muted Tones

The exquisite trims recall the provincial motifs of wooden balconies and the details of traditional clothing.

Design Trends: Muted Tones

 

Published in Fabrics