20 May Report Back: HD Expo 2016
Stacy Garcia, Inc. presented a Trend Gallery at this year’s HD Expo in Las Vegas
This gallery created a sensory experience with three imminent trends-rich and cultured “Morocco to Madrid”, futuristic and dynamic “Urban Dweller” and layered and textured “Traces”. While giving insight into what’s to come in 2017, the Stacy Garcia Trend Gallery also went into detail about the evolution of a trend and how we are truly influenced as a design community.
Within these trends we showcased multiple new products; The Seville Collection for Sunbrella, The Mercer Collection for Icon Furniture, Composite for Lexmark, Traces for Durkan and Terrace and Topstitch for York Wallcoverings.
The Seville Collection is a grouping of nine charming performance fabrics designed with both indoor and outdoor commercial environments in mind. The collection contains a well-edited mix of small, medium and large-scale multicolor patterns. Featuring exceptional UV performance and ultimate cleanability, the collection is woven in the USA with Sunbrella solution-dyed fibers. All fabrics exceed ACT heavy-duty standards.
The Mercer Collection is a new collection of casegoods featuring wood edges and laminate tops with an enticing blend between minimalist and sophisticated sleek design. With contrasting zebrawood accents and polished chrome hardware, this unique collection evokes a distinctive personality through its rich materials and attention to textural elements. Mercer’s modern profile is routed in a striated fashion that adds depth and definition.
Inspired by raw elements and beautifully eroded materials, Composite is a naturally imperfect and textural plaid, designed to complement any guest room with its inherent subtlety. This tufted carpet is 32 oz. solution-dyed nylon and available in nine colorways inspired by the beauty in unadulterated materials including granite, teal agate, silt, alabaster, mineral, concrete, peridot, gold, and clay.
Inspired by infinite and intricate formations, Traces explores the deconstruction and transformation of the earth’s innate variations. Showcasing beautiful biomorphic and organic abstractions, each design explores the intersections of light and shadow through fractal patterning and delicate layers. Taking cues from sedimentary rock forms and arid lands, the palette consists of soft sumptuous shades of beige complemented with decadent browns and cool greys. With harmonious hues and ethereal arrangements, Traces unfolds the otherwise overlooked details of the ever evolving world.
Terrace, designed by Stacy Garcia, takes inspiration from classic tile motifs in the cities around the world where sitting on the terrace enjoying the view is a way of life. The design features a medium scale clean geometric pattern of connected shapes. The color-palette is inspired by natural stones, available in seven colorways and includes tones like Ruby, Travertine, and Greystone. The composition of this wall covering is 20 oz. TYPE II Vinyl.
TopStitch, also designed by Garcia, is inspired by the process by which garments are created and colored. The design is textural, in a dimensional emboss, and is evocative of small thread-like lines resembling stitched material. The color-palette includes Slate Suit, Denim, Sundress, and Linen. The composition, too, is 20 oz. TYPE II Vinyl.