Global Glamour Part 1!

Global Glamour Part 1!

In honor of this summer's 2016 Rio Olympics and the coming together of 207 nations from around the world, we thought it would be the perfect time to blog about the "global village" influences in interior design! As the world grows closer thanks to huge leaps in technology and transportation, we can see more and more inspiration coming from different countries! The design world lines are starting to blur as we are coming together, traveling, sharing cultures, ideas and designs! 

These stunning pieces from John Richards with the contrasting exotic woods have a fresh, modern African vibe!

(John Richards - High Point Market)

Uttermost has created a gorgeous new line, Uttermost Revelation, that effortlessly combines style, generous proportions and inspirations from around the world!

(Uttermost Revelation - High Point Market)

These striking hand crafted wooden furniture pieces from Century Furniture, can transport you to another place with their richness of texture and pattern!

(Century Furniture - High Point Market)

Global elements can be incorporated in all styles of interior design from contemporary to traditional. Picking up unique pieces from different countries and melding them into your design can add that element of surprise and interest that makes a room one of a kind! We could see these distressed cabinets that are full of character in a variety of settings!

(Furniture Classics - High Point Market)

Stay tuned next week as we delve deeper into the world of global glamour! 

Happy Designing - By Design Interiors

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