Quick Furniture Design Tip #2 From Uma Stewart: Using Patterned Fabrics In Retail Displays
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Over the last decade people have been using fewer patterns in interior design fabrics. Texture and color nuance have been more important. However there is still a need for some pattern in most interior design schemes. The types of patterns customers gravitate to most strongly today are geometric patterns and patterns with a more graphic quality.
Patterns play an important role in design schemes. They can serve to tie together two or three very different colors that might not normally be thought of as working together. The easiest way to build a scheme is to select a pattern that seems interesting and graphic, and then build out from there by finding solids and textures that bring in additional colors.
About Uma Stewart: Designer Uma Stewart has gained a following for her signature approach to interior design. Coined "low-toy luxury for the cultured life," this style perfectly captures the modern desire to live both the good life, as well as a life less ordinary. Every project is guided by a fundamental vision of light, space and clean lines. This than becomes the canvas for (ust the right mix of casual and dressed up furnishings, decor, and objects of personal expression to result in a space that is livable and worldly all at once.
Uma founded Furbish Home In 2006 to offer on inspiring showroom environment to the public, while continuing to work on a broad range of design projects with individual clients.
Now, in 2010 Uma launched an eponymous boutique firm, Uma Stewart interior Design, to offer the highest level of creativity and service to her growing design clientele. Uma's design work and showroom have been featured in New Jersey Monthly, New Jersey life. Domino, New Jersey Jewish News, and Mlllburn Short Hills Magazine. Uma's design blog, the Furbish Notes. Is widely read by design enthusiasts and professionals alike. In it Uma explores everything design, but also weighs in on the other passions in her life: writing, family, travel, art and photography, food and wine and more.
Before launching Uma Stewart Interior Design and Furbish Home, Uma worked as an acquisitions editor in book publishing and as a photo editor for a women's fashion magazine. She studied design at Parsons and NYU,and has done graduate work in communications and culture. For more information, visit http://www.furbishhome.com.
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