ASID Trends: Texture

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Gone are the days of the minimalist aesthetics of streamlined interiors. With a craving for the tangible, texture is dominating home interiors. A need to reconnect with heritage and community drives this essential and tactile direction.

The power of texture not only adds dimension, warmth and depth, but appeals to the senses, both visual and touch. Furniture, textiles and window shading choices are reflecting the increased interested in the sensory style. Tactile qualities such as super soft chenilles, refined wools and rich velvets are perfect pairings for upholstery seating. Not only are these high-quality materials, they offer superior durability and long-lasting wear.

For a uniquely textured wallcovering, Phillip Jeffries’ new Scorched designs inspires the look of charred wood with the use of raw cork.

Hartmann&Forbes natural woven window shades crafted using an organic, modern mix of refined and rustic textures, hand loomed with artisanal technique to exquisite detail. Crafted with sustainable blends of grass fibers.

Mix it up with a variety of patterns, textures and materials for a layered look in your home.

Hartmann&Forbes natural woven window coverings

Valentina Velvet upholstery fabric by Chivasso

Phillip Jeffries natural wallcovering, Scorched

Kelly Specht

KDR Designer Showrooms, Kansas City Showroom Manager

8510 Marshall Drive, Lenexa KS 66214    |    913.859.0400    |

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