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How To Bring New York Fashion Week Into Your Home Decor

New York Fashion Week  – New York Fashion Week marks the start of a month-long sartorial spectacle as designers showcase their latest creations to editors, buyers, and influencers. From the biggest trends to the most covetable collections, Best Design Books decided to show you how to bring New York Fashion Week Into your home decor. Take a look:     NEUTRAL COLORS These sublime shades are often regarded as the great colors that do not oversaturate a space and actually complement really well other colors. There are endless possibilities to create a marvelous interior design using neutral tones because they never go out of style. BIOPHILIA Nature is too beautiful to be kept outside so why not bring it to be part of your home decor? Plants and biophilic design is truly expected to reach its pinnacle within this year. No longer will it simply be “fashionable” to incorporate a pot plant here and there in the design, but the embedding of biophilia into the design philosophy and culture will extravagantly evolve into innovative and sustainable designs. FLORAL PATTERNS Floral Twist Trend is here to inspire us with the power of nature! Floral prints and patterns can be seen pretty much everywhere these days in some shape or form. Be it accent pillows, beautiful…

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Pantone Color Inspirations: NYC Fashion Week 2020

Pantone Color Inspirations – Each season the team at the Pantone Color Institute creates the Pantone Fashion Color Trend Report; a color overview highlighting the top colors fashion designers showing at NYC Fashion Week will be featuring in their collections for the upcoming season. Join Best Design Books and discover everything:   CHIVE Bonsai Dining Table Extreme simplicity, contemporary aesthetic and seductive power: these are the characteristics reflected in each detail that make the Bonsai love at first sight. Relating to Boca do Lobo’s approach to re-adapting traditional furniture styles, and inseparably combined with innovative processes, the Bonsai Dining table boasts bold lines and character in a fantastic blend of styles and material finishes. CLASSIC BLUE Florence Center Table The perfect center table to gather everybody around. Florence features a custom Estremoz marble table top, which makes it gorgeous. The blue velvet upholstered body creates a rich contrast with the polished brass base, enhancing the juxtaposition of the two vibrant materials. FADED DENIM Nº20 Armchair Symbol of knowledge and rebirth, Nº20 Armchair was raised through a long journey of 24 prototypes. This fabric chair, fully upholstered in twill, features a nailhead trim that adds subtle sophistication. Full of strength and…

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A Colorful Match Made in Heaven: Living Coral & Dusk Blue Terracotta

      Pantone has for 20 years influence product development and purchasing decisions in multiple industries by setting the best color trends. Yearly selecting innovative hues that are bound to change the interior design of one’s home, Pantone has recently unveiled the 2019 color of the year and the winner hue is Living Coral. This warm shade is referenced as #16-1546 Living Coral and is bound to provide a welcoming touch to your home decor. Today, the Best Design Books blog has come across a color combination that is a match made in heaven in an utterly inspiring design moodboard, and that is Living Coral and Dusk Blue Terracotta! Throughout this article, you’ll get to see amazing interior design spaces that highlight these two beautiful tones and their various shades.     Vibrant yet mellow, Pantone 16-1546 living coral embraces us with warmth and nourishment to provide comfort in our continually shifting environment. In reaction to the increase of digital technology and seeing that social media is more embedded in one’s daily life, this unique color tone emerges a way to introduce immersive experiences that give room for connections and intimacy. Sociable and spirited, the engaging nature of Pantone…

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The Queen Palette Project

To celebrate Queen Elizabeth II’s 60 colourful years on the British throne, Pantone and Leo Burnett London have teamed up to launch a limited edition colour guide as a tribute to the Queen’s fashion-forward colour statements. For over 60 years, Her Majesty has opted for a full spectrum of perfectly colour coordinated ensembles, from the Primrose Yellow she wore at Will and Kate’s wedding in April 2011 to the tasteful Lilac Snow outfit she wore last year during a visit to Northumberland. To mark the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, this bespoke, limited-edition, numbered colour guide is designed to capture and commemorate some of the Queen’s most memorable colour choices since her coronation – featuring PANTONE® Colour references and citing the date and location that determined her outfit colour choice. A special presentation box was made for the book to be presented to Her Majesty. Justin Tindall, executive creative director at Leo Burnett London, said, “When you see footage, or read commentary of Queen Elizabeth on her official engagements, at a Royal Wedding or even watching her horse race at the Derby, there is always mention of what she’s wearing. It has been an ever-present subtext to the 60-year reign of our…

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