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Right at Home: City, Silk Road, the ‘70s influence season’s decor

By Associated Press,

For keeping track of this fall’s decor trends, you might want your GPS handy.

We’re headed into the urban jungle, then off to the Great Continents. Designers have also set the Wayback Machine for the 1970s.

A look at what’s ahead:

METROPOLITAN CHIC

Designers are using city streets as both literal and figurative inspiration this fall, with pieces that have urban edge.

French designer Philippe Nigro’s Tu table for Ligne Roset is a sleek wood slab anchored to the floor with industrial, leggy, steel clamps in white, ebony or red. Target has a steel-based accent table with a faux concrete top.

CB2’s fall collection includes a stoneware bowl etched with a tire tread pattern; Matthew Lew’s striking black and white prints of Chicago architectural details; and the Bingo rug, with a black, white and yellow…………… continues on Washington Post
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