Here is a sneak peek of one of the trends we will be presenting at The International Surface Event taking place in the US in January next year. With the ongoing BREXIT battle taking place in the UK right now, along with heightened global unrest and widespread manipulation of populist politics we feel this trend is apt & worth sharing at this time with you, our readers …
At the foot of this post we have included a short video with some valuable (we hope!) trend information.
During September, our Laura Greenwood brought to life her ideas for an inspirational ‘Trend Hub’ and trend display at the Flooring Show in Harrogate (in the UK), Laura was joined by Laura Trowsdale (confusing?) to ensure that the constant flow of visitors could all have their trend questions answered. Of course, many of those questions were about what would be the key colours of 2019, which patterns would be in-fashion for flooring; but other questions were about materials of the future, retail store design and even one about Exhibition stand design (we liked that one!) …
This month, while half of the Scarlet Opus team will be at INDEX in Dubai… the other half will be in Harrogate providing inspirational visitor features for the UK Flooring Show. This show brings together all areas of the Flooring Industry with 3 intensive days of business and networking.
The Scarlet Opus team are heading back to the UK Studio after a successful Decor + Design show in Melbourne; Australia. This year’s Trend Hub was bigger than ever before, we showcased 4 exciting design stories set to make an impact in 2019 alongside samples of the latest innovations in material and surface design.
Featuring 4 unique trend stories for Interior Design 2019; Imperfect Beauty, Out of the Ordinary, Clarity and Bio-Tech as featured at Decor + Design 2018. This is digital trend book with an immediate download after purchase. Continue reading “Color Book 2019”
When we go to work something happens and we rarely notice, it’s a subconscious event that happens, a self-preservation thing. It would take an awful lot of effort, not to mention training & practice to stop, change or control. But, it’s the source of much low-level stress; not a ‘good stress’ type (although I’ve never really believed there is such a thing).