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Interior color trends: Beige is back

After a decade of grey dominating the interior design world, we find ourselves desperately seeking warmer, more reassuring hues. Grey might still be the homeowners’ number one choice when it comes to neutrals, but we can sniff the change in the air and it smells so, so refreshing! The days of optimism and retromania are pushing…

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Hospitality Design Trends to Watch for in 2019/2020 - SampleBoard Blog

Hospitality Design Trends to Watch in 2019/2020

When it comes to the hospitality design - creating a unique look and experience is key to achieving business success in 2020! Learn more about hospitality design trends for 2019/2020 and discover some of the most beautiful hotels and restaurants out there.

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Wall Art Trends for 2019/2020: All You Need to Know About

There is nothing more personal and authentic than the art we select for our interiors. In 2019, we rely on our homes to help us express ourselves and remind us of our strivings and goals in life. The wall art says a lot about us and can do wonders in conveying our message and setting the desired mood for the space. That’s one…

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Interior Color Trend: Why are We Seeing Lilac Everywhere | SampleBoard

Interior Color Trend: Lilac and Why are We Seeing It Everywhere

We’ve been seeing purple popping up from our Instagram and Pinterest feeds ever since Pantone announced Ultra Violet to be their color of the year for 2018. There had been some signs of it coming into fashion since early 2016, but last year was a true game-changer in the way we perceive this controversial color. In the interior…

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Interior Trends: Populuxe Look of the New Art Deco Style | SampleBoard Blog

Interior Trends: Populuxe Look of the New Art Deco Style

The revival of Art Deco is nothing new, but its exciting mix with the ‘50s shapes and color schemes is what makes this design movement so special.

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