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Design Trends: Home Interior Textiles 2019

Home Interior Textiles 2019 – Textiles play an integral role in interior design, they help to establish the tone and feel of a room, the right fabric selections are essential to timeless, sophisticated design. Today, Best Design Books is going to show you the home interior textile trends you should know for 2019/20. Take a look: GEOMETRIC PATTERN  Geometric patterns will forever be one of the most sought-after interior design trends in the industry and this happens so because these patterns and prints are so versatile that allow the creation of a comprehensive range of designs that can accommodate various tastes. ANIMAL PRINT PATTERN Animal prints in home décor can take your interiors from boring to exciting without changing the entire room. With a wide range of warm and neutral colors, animal prints are easy to incorporate into almost any décor scheme. FLORAL PATTERN Floral fabrics come in all types of patterns and sizes and look their finest when incorporated in home decor elements such as wallpapers, curtains, pillows or even furniture designs. They come to add a strong yet graceful environment to any home interior. Using patterns inspired by fauna is one of the best ways to bring nature back into your home.   Did you like this post? Feel free…

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Miller’s Mid Century Modern

For lovers of mid-century interior design looking into adding the style to their homes, Judith Miller’s Mid-Century Modern: Living with Mid-Century Modern Design is an excellent guide. The book, which was published in November 2012, is a comprehensive guide to the style that has stood the test of time and still inspires modern decorators. For those who sigh over the clean lines of an Eames chair or the rounded swoops of Georg Jensen silver, this is a book to treasure. The book covers the most iconic designs and designers from the 1940s to 1960s providing information on the development of different innovations in design, production methods, and materials. This era was particularly rich in change as more and more designers pressed the limits of what was possible. Furniture, ceramics, glass, metalware, interiors and textiles from the period are some of the most desirable collectibles on the market today. Miller’s guide has stand-alone feature pages highlighting the careers and influence of groundbreaking designers, including Alvar Aalto, Charles and Ray Eames, Robin and Licienne Day, Georg Jensen, Arne Jacobsen and many others. The book contains 500-plus photographs making it a must-have for collectors, designers and others looking for photo references. Miller began…

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