Making the case for mid-century modern vintage medical furniture with seven medical carts, exam tables, and chairs.
In Dendwell’s Is this a thing? Jenna Hochman uncovers the next phase of the tile decor trend: personalization and detail.
The wavy wood trend is a force of nature.
Dendwell contributor Jane Starr Drinkard muses on the trending potential of wearable furniture. Is this a thing?
In this unfiltered psychoanalysis, founder Tenlie Mourning explores the avant basic aesthetic and defines “trendy” as following someone else’s muse instead of your own. Tenlie Mourning offering a litmus test for interior styling with intention: How trendy is too trendy?
Day-glo tones are not just for your Burning Man camp.
These iconic vintage couches will make your living room a den with a contemporary conversation pit.
Dendwell shares the 6 vintage home trends that will define the year ahead. In the home, 2022 will be a year for collecting heirlooms, bringing elements of nature indoors, and cultivating coziness.
Geoglam â€” also called cocaine decor â€”, popular in the 1980s, features geometric forms and lots of reflective surfaces and has enjoyed a recent resurgence.
White bouclÃ© satisfied a collective need for coziness and eased us out of the twenty-teens’ stark minimalism. The textile promises to be a bridge from purist minimalism to a new aesthetic of dreamy playfulness: Euro Cloud Home.
Dendwell’s Jenna Hochman charts the popularity and rise of vintage furniture and decor in this bottle green shade in Dendwell’s trend report series, Is this a thing?
In this “mega trend,” there is no guiding design schema placed onto a blank canvas. Pieces are not necessarily selected to fill a position within the space. Rather, the objects themselves guide the room, which is assembled like a pastiche.