Twice a year, Accent Decor releases trends that revolve around various collections in their product line. This winter, one of those trend stories, Eco Chic, celebrates organic details and handmade shapes. From photo shoots to showroom merchandising, this look's cohesive product selections, plants, and color palette speak to an emerging trend in American decor and design.
Eco Chic is an urbanite's oasis. It's a refuge from our bustling world with its clean whites and concrete details paired with the soft greens of tillandsia, muted pastel vases, and organic shapes of reclaimed wood and cork.
Restful and clean, this is nature in harmony with design.
For this look, we stuck with natural tones you would find in arid plants and natural materials like reclaimed wood and clay. We complemented these colors with a neutral foundation of white and gray.
The FlowersFor photo shoots and showroom displays, our floral director, Joyce Mason-Monheim AIFD, had fun mixing textures and types of plants for a truly unique and unconventional look. She loved the idea of taking plants that you wouldn't normally find in nature together and creating a mash up of beautiful, one-of-a-kind arrangements.
Joyce took romantic, soft florals like tulips and ranunculus and paired them with Spanish moss, air plants, and succulents.
To create a canopy feel, we hung Spanish Moss from the ceiling in our showroom. Not only did it envelop our customers into the story, but it provided an additional backdrop for texture.
Our woodland boxes were an easy solution to our need for a dimensional shelving. The rustic warm tones and geometric shapes definitely added an earthy/modern element to this story.
Rio's hung in mass from jute string make for an easy "living chandelier" feature. Stuff with tillandsia or succulents and you're good to go!
Cork + Wood SlicesThroughout our showrooms, we added feature walls with cork and dotted them with wood slices and airplants - an easy way to add texture and life to any blank wall!