Residential interiors experienced the time-warp return of iconic styles and pieces plucked from eras ranging from the 1920s to the 1990s. Art deco prints, swinging fringe, rattan€”and more. we're going back, way back.

Dream Weaver

€œEvery generation has had their take on the classic woven raffia chair. It's the epitome
of mixing high with low, and I still love how simple and timeless the material
is.€€“Ben Leavitt, PlaidFox Studio

Baker Furniture cane arm chair (price on request).

Power Prints

€œThe sophisticated moodiness of the late '80s and early '90s has definitely influenced our work of  late. we're also loving oversized large-scale patterns
on wallpapers.€€“Kyla Bidgood, Bidgood and Co

La Strada wallpaper in gunmetal grey on cream ($265 per roll).

On the Fringe

The Gubi pouf (from $1,250) with its sexy fringe and gold thread design is everything your plain grey felt pouf isn€™t.,

It's a Pattern

€œArt deco is rearing its head once again, although I'm not too sure if it ever really went out of fashion. (At least it didn€™t for me.) I€™ve always gravitated toward strong geometric patterns, so I think that's why I€™ve have a soft spot for deco elements.€€“Kevin Mitchell, Mitchell Design House

Notre Monde trays (from $59) by Ethnicraft show off hand-painted designs influenced by art deco architecture and the groovy 1970s.,

The Big Screen

€œNow that laser cutting, CNC machines and 3D printing are more common, there are so many more options available for designers.€€“K.M.

Solana Panel Transform 2 (from $20 per square foot).

Red Crush

Oxblood is our favourite #trending brown-burgundy, and here it is giving a 2020 twist on a classic shape: the Osaka sofa (from $2,519) in dusty red cotton velvet.