The 2018 Fall Edition High Point Market- Trends and Tips
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- By Roy Caro Cohen
- Posted in Art Trends 2018-2019
From the showrooms to the seminars, to informal gatherings with colleagues and peers, retails and design professionals find a nearly endless source of inspiration at Market.
GREEN AND BLUE
Venturing on a more modern aesthetic including jewel-toned pairings like warm gold and deep green or cobalt blue.
PHOTOGRAPHY OF STARRY NIGHTS
We can't all have a Van Gogh hanging on our walls but these mindful photographs leave us dreaming of cool summer nights when the skies are clear, walks around a lake in the country or childhood memories of camping week-ends.
ACRYLIC PANEL FRAMES
This sleek, modern design is perfect for a contemporary look. Your choice of print is retro-laminated into a single panel of 1/4 inch thick, UV proof acrylic glass with polished edges. Four metal knobs will keep it floating from your wall. This superior quality product is ideal for a contemporary look.
MID CENTURY INSPIRED ARTWORK
Mid-Century Modern is a style that has dominated design ever since its rise to popularity. Almost 40 years on, it came back again as a furniture trend in 2010 and it’s still going strong and seen in residential and commercial properties all over the world today. We propose a selection of artwork to match this fabulous style.
BLACK AND WHITE
What always looks chic, works with everything, yet creates impact in a room? Black and White art!
When you’ve completed a design for a client, you need art and you need it yesterday. The Picturalist has that covered.
Interior designers and showrooms can choose from hundreds of contemporary images specifying the perfect frame to accent their clients style. In today’s instagramable world, The Picturalist delivers quickly to his followers. We know interior design projects need the perfect artwork to complete the look, so The Picturalist guarantees delivery within a week. Browse our website and add images to your decor ideas.
Roy Caro Cohen
Founder, The Picturalist
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