The Top 10 Interior Design Trends in November 2017
It’s November and design inspiration is everywhere. See the top 10 trends and goods inspiring us this month…
The creative direction and surrealist inspiration behind Hermes‘ recent ad campaign is just as playful as it is artistically brilliant.
For those of you in NYC looking for a day of awe-inspiring curations, be sure to visit The Salon Art +Design from November 9-13. This highly designed show exhibits some of the most innovative tastemakers in the world of interiors.
A deep lacquer creates a luxuriously rich sense of warmth in this space, while feeling bright without overwhelming. We spotted this space in Architectural Digest.
Our Pop Up Shop with The Mine wrapped yesterday, so we had to include one of our favorite patterns from our newest collection. The Gemini design was inspired by the astrological twins, a perfect symbol for Pulp’s dynamic duo.
We are constantly drawing inspiration from our own favorite fashion designers when it comes to creating spaces for our interior design clients. The intersection between architect Zaha Hadid and Valentino’s vibrant collection is perfection, featured in Elle.
This pool and slide is a true design playground. We spotted this unbelievable space in the November issue of Architectural Digest and loved the incorporation of architecture and high-style design into a traditionally less-than-attractive space. A captivating design photographed by Polly Tootal.
Fragrance has the power to bring a design alive to all of the senses. A signature scent is essential in creating a sensory experience in a home. We drew inspiration from opulent Moroccan bath houses in the creation of the Pulp signature scent, available exclusively on Pulp Home.
Creme and beige are the new grey. Subdued palettes have been a huge trend this year, but the days of grey are long gone. Our clients are loving the upscale neutrals we have been using in our designs.
We’ve always loved human forms when it comes to art, so we are absolutely loving the integration of this trend into accessories and other areas of interiors. These hands make the perfect catch-all or accent to a modern place setting.
Large format photography makes a crisp and captivating focal point when placed anywhere in a space. We love this moody photo by Jack Pierson.
Which trends are you most inspired by?
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