click to enlarge A console with two-tone inlay. - DESIGN RECIPES/TNS
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A console with two-tone inlay.
Every so often the furniture industry rolls out the red carpet and rolls in their new lines for a new season. The Las Vegas Market, dedicated to the home furnishings industry, held one of its twice-a-year market shows in July. Unveiled were some of the hot new trends you will likely see translated and interpreted in home decor this fall.

1. Inlay – We spotted a number of pieces that were adorned with more than one material or finish.

2. Wood and organic furniture – From wood accessories to furniture with wood elements such as arms or legs, wood and natural elements remain on trend.

3. Hygge elements – These help make a space feel ultra warm and cozy. From throws to sumptuous pillows and candles, we spotted a lot of hygge-focused accessories.

4. Brass – It came in with a bang roughly a decade ago and remains one of the hottest finishes in home decor.

5. Pastels – Whether as colors that are soft and muted in a piece of art or as an accent piece, pastels such as pink, lavender, green and even soft yellow remain on trend.

6. Midcentury modern furniture – These pieces never grow tired and continue to grace the new collections of home furnishing companies.

7. Accent walls – We spotted this painting technique used to accent many of the showrooms. In your home, adding an accent wall can help ensure your artwork and furniture pops.

8. Interesting shaped mirrors – Whether round, square or rectangle, and made from brass or chrome, mirrors that make a statement remain a relevant design trend.

9. Concrete – From coffee tables to accent tables and tabletops, we spotted a number of pieces with an industrial edge.

10. Throwback pieces – From art deco to vintage, we loved seeing a number of throwback pieces that are still relevant and timeless.  

Cathy Hobbs, based in New York City, is an Emmy Award-winning television host and a nationally known interior design and home staging expert with offices in New York City, Boston and Washington, D.C

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