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TRENDS Full Maison
November 13, 2009
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Heavy vinyl die-cut patterned floor rugs draw inspiration from Persian carpets and Moroccan tiles.
Limoge porcelain dinnerware patterns using asymmetrical placement with lace motifs and platinum mosaics take this manufacturing tradition to a new level.
Expressive wall decor in the rebirth of panoramic wall-covering designs with a contemporary twist.
Caf? Solo is a drip-free coffeemaker carafe with neoprene zippered cover.
Felt fabric usage was prevalent, seen here as a die-cut throw rug and ottoman companion.
Glittering boomerang ?50s shapes take on a whole new meaning in stainless steel and diamond-cut glass beads with the U Lamp.
Mercury glass in combination with a classic horse-head sculpture.
Turquoise shades and emerald greens are used for Asian-inspired porcelain, glass and enamel cloisonn? home decor.
This throw assortment is influenced by natural linen, flax, and hemp shades.
Amazonas features Mirano glass with blackened sunset tones.
Mauve, fuchsia, raspberry, blackberry and plum distinguishes Sonia Rykiel?s bed and bath display.
Subtle tonal variations are depicted in Fabriche.
Beluga by Gigi has stark contrasts and red accents.