Natural forms and materials are mixed into sustainable, modern homes, expressing a clean minimalism in a chic, sophisticated lifestyle. Merging raw elements of nature and abstract print direction with contemporary design aesthetics, Cove emerges at Fall 2016 High Point Market in key defining elements, as found in the following pieces.
A bold sweeping curve, crafted of natural materials, enwraps a calming space of natural fabrics in soft seaside shades in this dramatic outdoor ensemble from Skyline Design.
Codarus uses a washed finish, blending stone whites with indigos and aquas to capture a sense of escape to a quiet space.
Supremely minimal forms gracefully present sleek sections of natural marble or even an ethereal glass surface in these thoroughly sophisticated tables from Glassisimo.
The color palette is pared down to a bare minimum in this outdoor dining set from Kannoa. On the chairs, spare lines accentuate the cushions’ comfort, while the table sweeps across its space in gentle arcs. Perfecting the vignette, a wooden bowl in an organic form presents a few ripe lemons as if offering an invitation to a relaxing late afternoon cocktail.
One can almost see an ocean wave receding from a tidal pool that lies hidden among cool stone cliffs in this gorgeous pillow from Aviva Stanoff.
Light and shadow play in the dimples and declivities of this organic form of earthen white in a lovely table lamp from Jamie Young Company.
Absolutely minimal, yet seemingly shaped only by nature, these tables from The Phillips Collection capture the peaceful wildness of Cove.
An unadorned simplicity celebrates the inherent excellence of natural materials in these tables from Light & Living.
Like light on water, seafoam on waves, or thin clouds drifting across a twilight sky, this design from York Wallcoverings brings any indoor space closer to nature.