High Point Market’s bi-annual bounty fittingly elicits the question of trend: What felt fresh? Which influences reigned? Was there an out-and-out “wow” product or trend? From its perch in this marvelous maze, York Wallcoverings shares its point of view on what prevailed.
Cultural, colorful, clean and custom sum up the shift York expects in the near future of design:
- Our hunger for multi-cultural integration extends to our design preferences
- Confetti-like color will delight the most jaded dyed-in-the-wool neutralist
- Clean stripes will add order to ever-busy lives, yet offbeat angles and atypical color combos bring new joy to the genre
- Custom design options will flourish as we seek reprieve from cookie cutter redundancy.
Here are a few ways you can freshen up your design with York Wallcoverings:
A bohemian adaptation of traditional damask: large, graceful medallions appear to be embroidered on lace, while raised inks add texture. Shown in fairy pink and tea, Boho Chic comes in seven colors.
Minerals and gemstones rich with striking organic patterning and color. Shown here in sapphire and gold, Kaleidoscope is available in six nature-inspired colorways.
These oversized watercolor blooms in brushstrokes of translucent and opaque inks mimic hand-painting. Aquarella is available in seven colors.
Actual embroidered circles in metallic thread enhance this softly glowing pearlescent wallcovering. Shown in luminous pearl, Embroidered Circles is available in three other shades.
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