Every day, our visual designers are incorporating new furniture and displays on our showroom floor. They’re constantly on the lookout for new home design ideas and the latest style trends. That’s why we always have New @ Hm additions to share with you. This month, our designers are giving you the inside scoop on spring’s trending furniture and home designs. Our team has created four stunning displays that must be seen in-person to truly appreciate! Keep scrolling to get a first look at the newest displays from our team and gather style inspiration for your own home.
Explore Trending Furniture and Home Design
Vintage Lodge & Lake
Step into a vintage lake house in this trending furniture display. The eclectic mix of materials creates a textured look, from cowhide rug to weathered wood tabletops. You’ll want to come feel the velvety fabrics and supple leather in person, especially our classic Chesterfield sofa with a soft leather that will wear beautifully over time.
“Zach and I were inspired by a number of different things. We were inspired by the lodge/lake house look as well as Americana,” says our visual designer, Brandon. “We looked at Ralph Lauren and Tommy Hilfiger for style inspiration and decided to create two different looks. One side is more Americana with lots of color, texture and pattern. It is a fun take on vintage lake house style—think summer camp of the 60’s.”
“On the other side, we went with more of a monochromatic look, using the same color palette for the upholstery, leather and accessories. We looked to Ralph Lauren and his Alpine Lodge look that he recently did. Again, we used texture and pattern to create visual interest and lodge-inspired accessories. This side of the circle is a more serious take on the lake house look.”
“We worked with a furniture buyer and worked with the latest looks that are out there. Magnolia Home is still holding strong, so we wanted to feature their great, classic sectional paired with an amazing table set that brings the natural, yet industrial, look that’s really on trend. The New England leather pieces bring in a rich and weathered look. Pairing this look with Native American pattern rugs and real cowhide helps tie this eclectic look together with ease.”
Try to resist taking a seat in this inviting outdoor furniture when passing by. It’s impossible! We can’t get enough of this airy, springtime look. Just imagine soaking up the sun in those cushiony seats. And don’t worry about rainy days, because the Sunbrella upholstery and synthetic wicker give you a durable, weather-resistant piece that will truly stand the test of time.
“I chose trending furniture with a fresh, spring feel and a lighter colored fabric,” says visual designer Craig. “Then, I added outdoor accessories to make it feel as if you’re relaxing in a real backyard.”
Imagine tucking in every night in one of these bedrooms! These beautiful displays of industrial chic style would fit perfectly in any urban-rustic loft. Combining clean lines and weathered textures, these bedrooms create a modernized restoration look. A playful splash of color in the wall art adds the perfect finishing touch.
“This bedroom style circle is focusing on an elevated fashion, without the elevated price points,” says visual designer, Dustin. “With the popularity of loft and studio living on the continual rise in the Des Moines metro, we really wanted to showcase furniture that fits the lifestyle and budget of young professionals who are moving into renovated warehouses downtown. It’s decorated in a monochromatic style on one side and a burst of colors on the other to show different ways you can style modern furniture collections in your own home.”
Gray is here to stay. And we couldn’t be happier about it! This neutral style vignette embraces gray in the supple leather seating, industrial metal lamps and stylish area rugs. One side of this display showcases a masculine setup, with garage accents and a deconstructed look. The other side embraces a more feminine feel with garden décor and a shiplap backdrop.
“In the motion style circle I had one color of furniture to work with: gray,” said visual designer, Skyler. “I decided to play around with it and came up with the idea of a more masculine approach for one side and feminine on the other. I wanted to accent the fact that the gray leather furniture can be used from either perspective. Most people tend to assume that gray, especially reclining furniture, is more of a ‘man’s look,’ but I decided to prove them wrong.”
“The front side of the circle is based off a Man Cave look, with accents of automobiles, airplanes and chrome. I used real car tires to add a little bit of a garage feel. They especially helped to accent the industrial lamps I chose as side pieces. The wall was done in chalkboard black and the corrugated tin wallpaper to bring the look together.”
“For side number two, there’s a mix between old farmhouse and English garden. I wanted to play with whitewashed wood, shiplap and lots of greenery. I took most of my insights from Magnolia Home and ran with it all. With the gray Klaussner sectional I found the perfect Klaussner tables and was able to turn that whole side into a Klaussner showcase. This wall was painted to give it an old shiplap look, which I think turned out pretty awesome! I used a couple old wooden doors and created a nice divider to help pull it all together. This side has a more light and airy feel to it, making it a place you’d like to just sit down, kick back and relax.”
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