Due to its status as a basic construction material—one that is usually covered over in one way or another—it seems to me that the warmth and visual appeal of using plywood as a design element is often overlooked. These creative uses of plywood should help put an end to that; to start, observe how the simple elegance is used to create an artistic effect in the above neutral space. It is absolutely beautiful.– See the whole post at The Interior Collective.
If you’ve ever wondered where tomorrow’s must-have furniture pieces come from, look no further than ICFF – the annual International Contemporary Furniture Fair – which just wrapped up in New York. Some of the items seen there will become ubiquitous features in all your favorite design blogs, and some will ultimately become furnishings treasured by homeowners for decades to come. I call those that will still be around and used for the next 50-80 years “New Classics” and I have my own process for spotting them. Want to find New Classics of your own? Here are three ways to start to do that.– See the whole post at The Interior Collective.