Our 2016 Furniture Trend Predictions

The New Year is less than thirty days away, and we already have the bug: it’s out with the old, in with the new for 2016! And we’re not talking about resolutions.

We’ve kept our eyes peeled this season for the up-and-coming trends of the modern furniture world (as any top-notch modern furniture store should)—we’ve done our research, followed the market, and ventured to tradeshows far and wide to make sure we’re bringing the best in style to Chicago and Indianapolis. And our conclusion: we’re already ahead of the curve.

From living room sets to dining room chairs, the latest furniture trends are showing a return to soothing naturals and subtle patterns like never before. Staples with timeless color add balance to vibrant accent walls and flashy floor coverings. With Pantone’s recent 2016 color trend reveal, the New Year is all about connection, cohesion, calm palettes, and soft focus. Lucky for you, we already have some perfect pieces in store.

See which ones are calling to us:

Roxbury Gray Sofa

Roxbury Gray

Invitingly sloped arms and a quaint tufted back makes the Roxbury one of our favorite, fresh choices for 2015—and 2016! The contemporary-meets-modern mashup is just calm enough to not overpower your other pieces, but comfortable enough to delight.

Vogue Floral Chair

Vogue Floral

Dark natural wood legs pair with a neutral grey floral pattern to create balance, interest, and movement in a living room nook or even around the table. Color accent walls and any area rug will agree with this simply designed, yet inviting chair.

Zack Basil Full Sleeper Sofa

Basil Sleeper

As far as we’re concerned, plush never goes out of style, and neither does a nice natural green. This sofa is as comfy as it is contemporary (and as stylish as it is functional), offering the best of both worlds in a color that’s right on trend.

There’s always more in store to see. Make a resolution to give our Chicago or Indianapolis furniture showrooms a visit or shop online so you can Get It All.



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