Key Home Trends and New Products for July 2013 Market

The Fall and Winter seasons are perfect for interior updates as people spend more time inside and entertain family and friends for holidays. Stylesight, an international industry-leading trend forecasting agency, offers insights into just a few of the key concepts for Fall/Winter 2013 for interiors. With hundreds of new lines debuting their latest products at the July Atlanta International Gift & Home Furnishings Market (July 10-17, 2013), retailers and designers can always find the freshest looks to suit any customer or project.

Lazybones

Lazybones

Fresh Linens – Transcending from organic to elegant, linen can be starched or relaxed to fit any decor.

Tapestries – This antiquated form of textile art is reinvigorated as fabric for upholstering hard goods as well as decorative wall hangings.

Panacea Products

Panacea Products

Bauhaus Color-blocking – Cubic and asymmetrical use of color blocking to highlight design as well as function.

Painterly Florals – Soft goods with the appearance of hand-painted blossoms.

Sobremeas by Greenheart

Sobremeas by Greenheart

Natural Wood – The appeal of wood is timeless as the look of the grain becomes the focus of decorative accessories. Even extending to holiday decor, it’s a sophisticated use of rustic elements to bring nature indoors.

Ambella Home

Ambella Home

Baroque Scrolls – Old-world drama of sweeping, intricate scrollwork adds drama to modern spaces.

Green Envy – As emerald continues to hold center stage as the “it” color for now, it works as both a backdrop and an accent in solid shades and patterns.

The Rug Market America

The Rug Market America

Regal Colors – Rich, opulent shades of burgundy, royal, gold, purple and red bring luxury to floors as well as furnishings.

AmericasMart’s unparalleled array of HOME exhibitors presents a world of new products at July Market. Peruse a sampling of some of what they’ll have to offer then see it for yourself in Atlanta July 10-17.

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