The Color of Casual
December 21, 2012,
Chicago - the international casual furniture & accessories market went bold this season with strong color stories, clean modern looks and whimsical pieces at the forefront of design. An emergence of pattern, a refinement of rustic and an embracement of tailoring all played a role in bringing the best of indoor looks to the outdoor room.
Fishtales buoys up tabletop décor with a nod to nautical.
|POLaRT takes its submergible, exaggerated
formal design to bar height level.|
|Liora Manné adds a touch of whimsy to her well-versed
|Windward Design Group’s foray into marine grade
polymer translates in any language.|
|NorthCape International gets into the
swing of things with suspended seating|
|Padma’s Plantation introduces outdoor
rugs with indoor styling.|
|Lane Venture’s new Punch Pillow Program makes designer looks accessible to
|A troika of hammocks within a circle of serenity from Trinity Hammocks.|
|Lloyd Flanders Tobago dining set brings minimalism and fl uidity into play.|
an edge debuts
at Elmas Natura Indonesia.|
|A sneak peek from the Elements
collections debuting at Skyline.|
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