More Is More

Brace yourself, or embrace yourself and the new trend of more is more.  After a decade of post recession minimalist design styles in fashion, interiors and all things consumed, the new trend is to max it out and this trend is showing up.  Fashion Week internationally revived the maxi shoulders and lengths for Fall and Spring.  Designers are mixing patterns, textures and jewelry from ready to wear to custom design.  And this trend is sparking new energy in the interior design world, florals and brocades, abundant wallpapers and bright hues in color are back and bigger than ever.  Let's hope you did not give away the tassles and  tufted pillows, because all things big, fluffy and glam are back.

The Maximalist trend is international and the one spot that shows it proudly is at Annabel's in London.  The exclusive member's only club is three stories with a disco in the basement.  There are more animal prints than there are animals in the world and in every room, wallpapers abound even on the ceilings.  Themes from African safari to East Indian/Asian mingle through potted palms and blown glass Italian chandeliers, exquisite bone china and cut crystal table settings,  bars that are backlit onyx with tufted bar stools and vested waiters tend to every whimsical need of the elite clientele.  This is eye candy on steroids, and I was fortunate enough to experience this gem in person...check out my photos on Facebook and Instagram.

For more information on trending styles in real estate, contact me at  I am available to assist you with all your real estate needs and will coordinate designers and specialist in the architectural, interior design and fashion industry.  You only live once so LIV IT WELL.

Judy Fahrenkrog
255 Clayton St Suite 100
Denver, CO 80206

  posted: November 5, 2018 - Judy's Denver - Blog
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