Here’s a rundown of some of the big trends we saw in Paris.
Gone are the days of the all-white living space. In are the days of diverse palettes that use more tones to achieve balance. Big but slightly muted colors were everywhere.
From porcelain chandeliers to hand-crafted barnacle sculptures, ceramic accent pieces were prolific. Ceramics are having a moment and we're not mad about it.
Less formal, but with an elegant softness, asymmetrical shapes and curves were found in abundance on rugs, light fixtures, and even large pieces of furniture.