Knoxville Title Agency Design
It’s time to take stock of what trends are ramping up for a blockbuster-level takeover. From statement mirrors to drinks tables, this year’s trends tip their hats to tradition, while also pushing into posh new territory. Let’s talk about some of these trends.
No matter if they’re bejeweled, lacquered, or done up in a divine material like stone. Statement mirrors are popping up everywhere. Also, they provide a dazzling alternative to more conventional artwork.
In addition to lampshades fashioned from funky materials like saris, prepare for previously antiquated lampshade styles. Styles like the pagoda and bell shade to make a comeback.
Flatweaves and Dhurries
Casual and cool. We love the simplicity and laid-back elegance of a good flatweave or dhurrie rug. Blue and white Indian dhurries are always a good old fashioned classic. We’re seeing shoppers cozying up to dhurries in warmer tones (think: pinks, reds, corals, blushes, oranges).
Chippendale strikes back! When done up in bold hues or paired with kooky fabrics, this traditional-style feels fresh. Whether it’s a chinoiserie-inspired headboard done up in a luscious lacquer paint or a pair of Chippendale stools capped in foxy leopard cushions. Revamped Chippendale furniture is equal parts elegant and funky and we are HERE for it.
Split Reeds and Structural Bamboo
Bamboo is transitioning into an all-seasons bellwether this year.
Say ta-ta to ugly flush mounts. Rig up a geometric flush mount to give a room the kind of gravitas only achieved by more razzle-dazzle fixtures like chandeliers.
Color comes first in our book. Which is why none of us can get enough of big, colorist paintings. From Fauvist-style figural paintings to color field-inspired abstract expressionist paintings. Pop one of these stunners on your wall to procure the wow-factor of wallpaper without the hefty commitment factor.
Crossland Title Inc. is a Knoxville title agency providing full-service real estate title solutions. Crossland Title Inc. makes your closing seem effortless.
With more than 32 years of experience in the real estate and title business, owners Pam Rice and Beth Crox have built their reputations upon the virtues of personal service and integrity. They believe that reputation as an honest and reliable business is the recipe for success.