Real vibrant colors: current fabric trends for interior decoration

2006 is a year of exciting and fun textile trends in both fashion and interior

Design industries. Balance is the theme of this year and bringing together the

the future with the past, the natural with the modern, the simplistic with the glamor

is the challenge for interior designers everywhere. In a world full of naturalness

disasters, war and other serious design issues is filled with optimism once again

and is sure to cheer many tissue consumers, regardless of the styles

and the trends you prefer

Redefining the Blues

In the fashion and interior design industries, blues has taken center stage.

spring. According to the "New York Fashion Week Spring 2006" [9-16September

2005] Color Authority Report Pantone, Inc. "New York designers are inundated

Favorite color of the United States for the spring of 2006. From the sea to the shining sea – the

Mediterranean and Caribbean in the South Pacific and Atlantic – they collected

Shades ranging from aquatic blue to placid Skyway and deep sea

Outremer. Gentle navigation characterizes the calm and effortless attitude infusing the

season. "The nautical theme has also swept the fashion industry and

also affect the fabric and interior design industries. Keep an eye on the shells

in the fabrics and a simple beach house look with furniture.

Return of the White Room

White is about to have a serious comeback this year inspired by a design that is natural

and clean, but modern and functional. The Interior Design Trends 2006 Special

The report on the Sheffield School of Interior Design website reports the opinions of

successful designers from a variety of places. Karen C. Wirrig from Karen Cole Designs

says "I see furniture designed with cleaner lines, less sculpted but always great

attention to quality and detail. "I rarely have a client who wants an ultra

contemporary look, "continues Wirrig," but I often have customers who want cleaners

lines and simpler interiors. "Pure white can also mix easily with brilliant acid

colors and works with mod and atomic age patterns still hot

Glamorous Simplicity

Although many design trends are currently focused on natural colors and clean lines

Nature creates a glamor of its own. This exciting return to the colors that exist in the rain

Forests, sunsets and tropical beaches allows interior designers to include beautiful

and bright colors in almost every room. The rule "too much is never enough"

1980s was transformed for the exhibition halls in 2006. The impressions come back to

our hearts and our homes as well as luxurious fibers with rich saturated hues. Look for

thick thick mohair and Thailand's fine upholstery tufts, some of the most beautiful

silks in the world. There will also be a move towards futuristic fibers and

constructions. The colors will be striking acidic greens and fuschias, real oranges,

turquoise and glamorous would not be complete without metal, like silver and

gold! Flamestich, another delight of the 80's, returns with a modern and chic style

appearance. I predict also a revival of polished chinz, but do not be afraid, all these

The looks of the old school were reorganized to have the feel of hip, urban

Design for the Age of Aquarius

In this technological world the interior design must also accommodate and mix a

variety of electronic devices. I see modern furniture with everything built in

Plug-in heaters for an i-pod. The Interior Design Trends 2006 Special Report

Sheffield's interior design school also reports "interior designers and

the owners continue to struggle the most with home office integration – and all

Electronic equipment that we have now in the house. The designer Cari Pilon says that

"Almost all homes have a computer, but not all houses have space for a home

"Pilon believes that the challenge for designers is to make sure that" the computer

the office does not seem to fall from the sky in the family room. You must be

creative to include the computer desk in the dining room without losing the

aesthetics of the dining room. "At the other end of the spectrum, there is a rebirth of

some styles from the past, such as Victorian fainted couches and sofas, all with

More Exposed Wood

As 2006 continues the design and fabric trends will change for the fall and winter with

even more new color schemes and textures. To find out more about the

The hottest fabrics in the fashion and interior design market visit Lewis and Sheron

The new Textile Co. website at http://www.lsfabrics.com .



Source by Stacey Sheron

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