Lived-in looks, mixed materials, bespoke bathrooms, and a more mindful way of integrating technology—here’s what’s trending in design, accessories, smart technology, and amenities for the home.
Homes are feeling homier, and a relaxed, multidimensional look is taking hold.
“Furnishing will be less about one style, such as Scandinavian modernism or industrial chic, and more of an accumulation of looks based on individuality, need, purpose, and functionality,” says Jeffrey Beers of Jeffrey Beers International in New York.
As a reflection of this, Mr. Beers designed the signature lobby and amenity spaces at EchelonSeaport in Boston to be warm and inviting for residents by using unexpected textures, such as linen-inspired wall coverings, Grigio Perla marble flooring, and champagne-hued woven metal detailing.
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It’s a vibe that’s also being expressed through furnishings. “In sitting rooms and family rooms, we