Home & Design: Trends

New Must Haves

By HRES Staff - June 4, 2019


Cement in interior design has grown in popularity. This Fuze grey dining table by CB2 is made of marble, granite, stone and natural fibers, offering a sculptural, floating cantilever that reminds one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater house. This large industrial chic table is handmade and seats up to eight, perfect for indoor and protected outdoor use.



Don’t be afraid to mix and match materials in the home, especially when it comes to metallics. Uttermost’s set of two candleholders feature an antique brushed brass finish and an elegant white marble foot. Varying heights add layers and structure to home décor. Pair with off-white distressed candles to exemplify this look.



Sophisticated and sexy, velvet is one of those fabrics that we have been happy to see make a strong comeback in living spaces. This softly textured fabric adds another layer to the room, like this Aria sofa in blush pink by Orient Express Furniture. The brass detail at the base combines the metallic trend and desire to mix and match materials in the home.



Layering various lighting elements can achieve such a beautiful effect in a space, adding warmth, glow, and setting a mood. Wall sconces are not only functional, but add a level of interest. This portable sconce designed by Four Hands features a single brass ring encircling a frosted glass bulb shade for a minimalist look with ample impact. It is even more striking in pairs. 



Dogs like Burton and Roscoe love to swim in the pool, but often get a little messy. We love our four-legged friends in the Hamptons and this dog shower by architecture firm Harrison Design makes the post-fun cleanup task a bit more bearable. This custom designed mudroom by Janie Wilburn has an easy-to-clean slate floor. It’s a sophisticated addition to the home just for your pets.


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