Western Living Magazine
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Designers of the Year 2023: Meet the All-Star Industrial Design Judges
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Designers of the Year 2023: These Are Your All-Star Interior Design Judges
Our trend forecast calls for heavy doses of black, saturated and sumptuous furnishingsand texture, texture, texture.
Predicting the future may be impossible, but that doesn’t stop us from trying. We polled in-the-know design lovers, scoured the hottest shops and pored over gorgeous spaces from forward-thinking designers all across Western Canada to lock in our favourite looks for 2016.
Get ready for richer interior designs full of fearless colour and pattern play. See product picks and paint palettes for this trend here.
Sandy shores and ocean palettes inspire a modern new nautical. See key pieces and palettes from this trend here.
Minimalist white interiors embrace the dark side. See our favourite pieces and paint hues for this trend here.
Ultra-layered, monochromatic spaces play up texture instead of colour. See key pieces and palettes for this look here.
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