You may have noticed an abundance of books and articles floating around lately about a concept called “hygge.” Pronounced hue-guh, this Danish word is distantly related to our English word, “hug.” But hygge is less about literal hugs, and more about creating that hug-like feeling in your home. Hygge focuses on warmth and simplicity—slowing things down, and taking the time to savor rich sensory experiences.
Last month, Drapery Street’s Owner, Caryn O’Sullivan, and Director of Design, Tiffany Needler, attended the NY NOW winter market. Attending NY NOW is one way that Drapery Street stays ahead of trends and ensures that our boutique is stocked with high fashion fabrics at an affordable price point.
It’s always fun and exciting to see which colors are going to be chosen. Have you ever wondered who’s behind these choices and how they make their selections?
The weather isn’t the only thing that is changing this fall. New looks are hitting the fashion runways and new styles are shaking up the design world. From velvety textures to bold floral prints, this season is bringing several new trends that are especially fabulous!
In January, we predicted that gold would be one of the big trends of 2016. Gold adds elegance and style, and looks lovely in a wide variety of settings. Gold hardware is a great way to convey a feeling of luxury, even when you’re on a budget.