12 hot home-design trends for 2012
We couldnt believe how much purple we saw, says Julie Rogowski, vice president and general manager of the Boston Design Center. I walked the whole building today, and there was purple everywhere. Pretty much in every single window I saw it on fabric or on furniture.
The Boston Design Center is generally not open to the public and admission to the showrooms is restricted to professional designers with the exception of the BDCs Plush program, which allows the general public access for a $275 annual fee. But such trends quickly make their way to the Crate & Barrels and Targets of the world. Which means that soon, homes around the country will be awash in Princes favorite color, as well as these chic new interior design trends for 2012.