We have been attending LVMkt year after year, and we were amazed at our finds this year! Here’s the top trends Fluff saw at Las Vegas Market 2015.
Firstly, we saw more and more beautiful showrooms this year. Many brands have decided to create permanent booths this year. That meant many had transformed these spaces from white boxes to decorated vignettes with great displays.
We noticed that hammered textures were the most common, especially mixed with other textures. These ceramics had a Greek key-like pattern on them – so cool!
This trend popped up last year and still hasn’t gone away! We noticed a lot of geo accessories as predicted. But we also spotted geo lighting and even furniture! This bench was one of our favourite pieces.
Our Pinterest and Instagram feeds have been flooded with warm metals for months. Warm metals were everywhere! We loved the deep, warm brass colours we saw this year.
We’ve seen a lot of bright colours lately so we were surprised to see the amount of muted tones at this years LVMkt. We love the pairing of soft blues, pinks, mauves and greens. Even the neutrals had a washed-out look to them.
We weren’t sure if the rustic trend was still going to be hot this season. There were tons of distressed leathers, mid-tone walnuts, light oak wood, and gold-leafed art. This rustic look was much more streamlined though, paired with chrome accents and polished shapes.
Like we mentioned above, there was a streamlined rustic look to a lot of the furniture. We also noticed rounded, natural shapes instead of harsh, angular, modern styles. There was a lot of mid-century influence to pieces. Rugs were blends of wool and silk or wool and bamboo, and were low-pile.
We are obsessing over these pieces spotted in our new supplier books! The colourful stacking vases on the left would look great in a bright bathroom or kitchen. This tray housing a caraffe and glasses, paired with the flowers, looks fresh and inviting. We also love this modular sofa that can be arranged to fit different spaces, and number of guests! Which trend is your favourite?
// Jordan – Marketing & Media, Bandit Pillows