Spotted: Industrial Chic Barstools by Kimberly Reuther

We are seeking different.  We want to have a conversation starter when friends admire our homes.  We are seeking unexpected touches to add to the mix.

Enter industrial chic barstools!  They are popping up everywhere!

But how do you know which one is right for you?  They can be used in both modern and traditional settings and these images are great examples to help you decide!

barstool from West Elm

barstool from Wisteria

barstool from Restoration Hardware

barstools from Crate & Barrel

 

Previously written by Kimberly for St. Louis AT HOME’s website.  Read more of Kimberly’s work and view her portfolio at www.kimberlyreuther.com.

luxe trend: malachite by paige gilbertson

This is Kelly Wearstler’s design for the Viceroy in Miami and it was blogged about on Apartment Therapy.

Malachite Accessory finds:
Vivian Mirror by Made Goods (actually used by Wearstler in another portion of the lobby) available at Niche


Malachite Rug by Tony Duquette

 

luxe trend: faux turtle shells by paige gilbertson

This is Kelly Wearstler’s Design for La Marea in The Tides South Beach

The goods: Karen Roberts Collection

The application:

 

color trend: peacock, turquoise, teal by paige gilbertson

Not only are peacocks showing up as decorative motifs, but the deep turquoise color is quickly gaining ground as a top color trend of Winter/Spring 2010. From punchy, modern patterns on rugs and fabrics to sophisticated classical ceramic lamps, this deep teal tone can work with any style. Think peacock silk curtains with white leather seating and chocolate walls or grey flannel on a classic English sofa with teal gourd lamps.

 

Sherwin-Williams includes this color in their 2010 Color Forecast.

Pantone’s Color of the Year is the major influence for every industry related to design from Fashion and Interiors to Graphic Design and Paper goods.

 

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