Mood of change

January 2005
Cabinet Maker;1/21/2005, Issue 5422, p39
Trade Publication
This article focuses on styles and looks of furniture which can be seen in the next year. Colours are enhanced by surface textures and embellishments. The trends for 2006 will be encapsulated in these shades: Chalky, a range of whites from off-white to chalk with grey, concrete and cool beiges; In the light, colours that are ethereal and transparent such as pearlised, pastel hues of lavender and blush rose; and Greenery, colours from nature. Naturalness, comfort and design meet in chairs. Kitchens are in the limelight, attracting large investments. Bathrooms have become a reflection of the changing times.


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