Details, Details

by Lisa, May 9, 2018

Designers know great rooms are all about the details.  From nailing the scale, to mixing colors, materials and textures, to adding that special something that really speaks to the owner’s personality, if you get the details right the entire project comes together with incredible impact.  Our recent trip to High Point Market demonstrated that manufacturers are really getting into the details as well.  Two-tones, textural mixes, embellishments, leather and fabric tapes, pockets, buckles and rods.  All these little things add up to big style.  Take a look at some of our favorite details this spring:

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The Grayson Chair from Century Signature gets a royal blue tape treatment for eye-popping impact.

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Lee Industries dresses up a high-backed host chair with two-tone fabric treatment on the skirt.

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Lee does it again embellishing the bottom of an upholstered chair with embroidered tape.

Carved corner detailing adds pizzaz to a teak dining table from Selamat Designs.

Carved corner detailing adds pizzaz to a teak dining table from Selamat Designs.

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Arteriors gets in on the detailing action with a cotton welt and piping embellished lamp shade.

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Universal mixes fabric tones and texture for a sofa.

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And Thom Filicia mixes fabric, tones and textures on a sofa for Vanguard.

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A special delivery for your living room — Bernhardt wraps a velvet ottoman with cord detailing.

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Nailhead embellishes the transition from velvet to textural linen on a Universal chair.

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Bernhardt uses a brass rod connector to add structural style to an upholstered chair.

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A dramatic tribal print upholstered chair at Century gets a statement necklace with gold-tone head pillow and counterweight draped over it’s elegant back.

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Leather and buckles and straps, oh my!  We’ve always loved the creative pillows at V Rugs & Home and this year’s crop is a great example of why.

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