The latest trends, tips, and newfound expertise for home rediscovery

by Caleigh Ostrom

SHAPE SHIFTERS
Versatile geometric prints and shapes make for dynamic modern interior decorating

Balbina Bone Inlay Side Table
Here, a unique hexagon-like shape is crafted from wood and brown-and-white bone inlays, creating a neutral and fun accent piece.
$999, horchow.com

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Legacy Cusco Pillow
This chic throw, with multicolored embroidered stitching, creates a geometric print. Polyester/linen blend.
$150, horchow.com

Legacy Cusco Pillow

Shine on
Metallic accents can add a touch of glamour to a space their gold, bronze, silver, or refined nickel bringing warmth (almost counterintuitively) as well as regality. From lights to tableware, wallpaper, furniture, and accessories, metallics can be momentarily eye-catching accents or lasting statement makers. The key to incorporating them into a space is to pair with organic elements to create a synergistic dynamism to interiors.

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Ambella Sunset Marble Coffee Table
A combination of natural materials, the iron tube base is hand painted with an antiqued gold leaf finish, and holds a rounded marble top.
$4,699, horchow.com

Ambella Sunset Marble Coffee Table

Bernhardt Damonica Metal Edge Round Mirror
Handcrafted from stainless steel and with a tarnished nickel finish, this beveled mirror is a beautiful focal point.
$1,589, horchow.com

Bernhardt Damonica Metal Edge Round Mirror

Millhurst Mills Inc.launched in 1925 as a gristmill for wheat, grain, and flour, as well as a place for social gatherings. It eventually expanding into a lumberyard, and soon after a home improvement center. The family owned and operated business, in Manalapan, has developed its wholesale and import presence over the years, and after Hurricane Sandy in 2012, its stock kitchen trade exploded. The company also offers field-measuring appointments and design services, and provides an alternative shopping experience for homeowners requiring more design assistance.

Millhurst

In October of last year, its newest division was created: Millhurst Design Center (MDC). An upscale kitchen and bath showroom and now in its final phase of completion, it is a 5,000 square foot facility replete with kitchen and bath vignettes, along with a tile display room and a cabinetry sample room. In-home measuring services, interactive design renderings, and detailed project coordination will be additional services on hand there. Returning to its roots as a draw for social gatherings, MDC will also host seminars, demonstrations, and networking events after its opening in midspring. 17 Sweetmans Lane, Manalapan, millhurstdesign.com