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Michael Poczkalski Shares some design trends

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Statement Furniture
Find the pieces that your guests will fight to sit in. Whether it be in contrast to a simple lines sofa or an eye grabber in your front entry, the perfect chair can stay in your family forever.

Soft Jewel Tones
Jewel tones are rich deep colors which evoke a moody feeling. A sofa in a jewel tone velvet would ground the room and welcome all to sit and relax.

Full Slab Shower Walls
The days of tiny mosaics are gone, large scale tiles have been trending and it’s only going to get bigger. Full slab shower walls and kitchen backsplashes are the way to go for a sleek contemporary look. Book-matched marble slabs demand attention by adding an elegant focal point to your bathroom.

Dramatic Art
Be bold and push the aesthetic of your room with large scale artwork.

Champagne Fixtures
The term ‘gold’ still scares some of us as we are reminded of the bright fixtures of the 1990s. Champagne fixtures are a refreshing new take that adds warmth to your palette without the gaudiness.

Multiple Materials
Mixing materials is about juxtaposition. Creating a bigger contrast between the elements in your space makes them stand out more. Find the perfect ones and you will create a warm and inviting vibe.

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