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CORK will make a comeback. But this time, you’ll see it in coffee table bases, cork stools, or side tables. Cork not only adds warmth and texture to a room, but it is also useful in absorbing noise in the large open plan homes.
JEWEL TONES inspired by metals, space, stars, clouds, and the cosmos will also be big. Metallics, metals, raw-cut quartz, Lucite and opal will carry the missing sparkle and interest to your home.
GREEN is going to enjoy a wide presence. This color can beautifully complement vintage and timeless furniture as well as metallic accent pieces.
RAW WHITE accessories that have more of a chalky or…
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