What is trending in home decor? 8 FURNITURE TRENDS

What is trending in home decor? 8 FURNITURE TRENDS


“The use of recycled materials, as well as natural and organic materials, is something people have begun requesting in our designs. We see this shift as the next wave of environmentally-conscious proactivity.” — Alexis Cogul of Doo Architecture

Aluminum is the most recyclable of all materials. Discarded aluminum is more valuable than any other item in the recycling bin. All FBS Product are made with Aluminium like FBS Covers




«The focus on sustainability and waste-reduction is resulting in eco-friendly furniture that we’ll be seeing more of over the next year. Furniture designers are getting creative with materials like concrete and bamboo, making pieces that are eye-catching and inspiring while keeping the environment in mind. FBS offers  little accent pieces in aluminium like box Milano rolling shutters that can be added to any room.» — Briana Nix of Decorist



«As someone who appreciates the mix of modern and classic elements, I’m happy to see a resurgence in the popularity of traditional lines and more intricate detailing on furniture and decorative accessories. With FBS decorative aluminium strips, it’s nice to see what’s old is new again.» — Liz Foster of Decorist

Precious details can be added also on existing furniture’s thanks to FBS decorative inserts




«There is a growing trend towards the use of unusual, unique pieces of furniture that I think will continue to grow in 2020. There will be pieces that create a sculptural moment, made from textural, organic fabrics such as boucle, boiled wool, canvas, sisals, and natural wood. People want something unique, but they’re also mindful of product quality, eco-friendliness, and sustainability.» — Cheryl Eisen of Interior Marketing Group


Precious details can be added also on existing furniture’s thanks to FBS decorative inserts




«Texture is here in a big way and showing no signs of losing popularity. From the increase in caning accents, aluminum decorative grills , shattered glass, brass sabot detailing on tables, and the rough-hewn woodwork seen on today’s new furniture items, texture is the new pattern when it comes to making a visual statement. Of course, textiles will be rich and full of lush and interesting texture as well.» — Liz Foster of Decorist



“Furniture with European-inspired detailing is trending. German and Italian influences can be found in the sloping arms of couches, knife-edge welts, metal legs, and more. I am even seeing traditional furniture brands embracing the trend, offering European silhouettes and features for the first time.” – Marie Flanigan of Marie Flanigan Interiors




«Instead of art, large, organic mirrors are statement pieces that can be a focal point in an interior, like a dressing room or bathroom. They are functional pieces that act as both art and decor.» — Melanie Fowler of Clos-ette

It’s easy to transform and enhance all glass surfaces with DIY alutape  






Everything is cyclical in design, and right now we’re seeing the resurgence of ’80s trends, like curved sofas and other upholstered furnishings. We’re also seeing a focus on statement pieces and furnishings that play with scale—like oversized lamps.» — Andrea Goldman