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Designer Roundup: Our Favorite Things Going Into 2021

By RaShea Drake
November 17, 2020

As 2020 draws to a close and we prepare to head into 2021, our designers gathered some of their favorite products here at Vevano Home. Products include cabinets, flooring, lighting, backsplashes, faucets, and art pieces. While each product has its own unique flair, they are also flexible in what kind of design styles they work well with.

Do you agree with their picks?

Andrea’s Picks:

Wilora Hawthorne Shaker Gray Cabinets

Why it’s a favorite: “This cabinet adds rustic value to your kitchen without making it look like your neighbor’s home. It works so well in a variety of different styles, such as modern, contemporary, and even farmhouse.”

Matching interior design styles: transitional, contemporary, traditional, farmhouse, eclectic, bohemian, classic, French country

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Asteroid Multi-Light Pendant in Polished Chrome

Why it’s a favorite: “This Asteroid light fixture can be so versatile. It is a big enough statement piece that you can have it over a dining table, over a kitchen island or in a entryway but it is also low enough in profile to be used in a small living area while still adding enough light in all areas of your home.”

Matching interior design styles: modern, eclectic, contemporary, classic, industrial

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Banana Leaves Painting on Photo Paper By Teague Studios

Why it’s a favorite: “Artwork is an easy way to bring some color and texture into your space. This particular artwork would be a great way to bring a little bit of a natural element into your home without having to worry about watering a real plant and keeping it alive.”

Matching interior design styles: eclectic, classic, bohemian, transitional, contemporary, Scandinavian

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Franke Active Neo Single-Handle Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet in Gun Metal

Why it’s a favorite: “This gun metal faucet is one of my favorites! Unlike a chrome or brushed nickel faucet, this will add that little splash of grey your kitchen may be lacking.”

Matching interior design styles: modern, minimalist, Scandinavian, industrial, farmhouse, traditional, classic, eclectic, contemporary

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Michael's Picks:

Long Water Celestial Engineered Hardwood Plank Flooring

Why it’s a favorite: “Nothing brings warmth to a chilly home like a rich hardwood floor. The natural colors and textures of a hardwood floor can make any home inviting all year round!”

Matching interior design styles: modern, traditional, classic, transitional, bohemian, industrial, farmhouse, art deco, coastal, French country, rustic, Scandinavian

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Traditional Round Arch Pull in Modern Brushed Gold

Why it’s a favorite: “Brass hardware is a great way to brighten a room. Just adding a few touches of gold to a room can create a feeling of elegance.”

Matching interior design styles: transitional, traditional, contemporary, art deco, classic, eclectic

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Abode Multi-Light Pendant with 4 Lights in Gold Leaf with Textured Black

Why it’s a favorite: “A large chandelier in an entryway, above a dining table or over your kitchen island is the perfect way to add a bit of subtle extravagance to your home!”

Matching interior design styles: farmhouse, traditional, transitional, modern, classic, bohemian, eclectic

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Swank Wall Sconce in Natural Aged Brass

Why it’s a favorite: “While traditional downlighting gets the job done, sconces are trendy, cute and provide a better angle to light the face!”

Matching interior design styles: contemporary, modern, art deco, transitional, eclectic, Hollywood regency

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Madi's Picks:

Delta Trinsic Pull-Down Single-Handle Kitchen Faucet in Champagne Bronze

Why it’s a favorite: “This sleek pull-down faucet is the epitome of clean sophistication. The warm champagne finish in this classic shape makes it a great faucet option for many different styles!”

Matching interior design styles: modern, contemporary, art deco, transitional, bohemian, eclectic, transitional, classic, minimalist, Scandinavian

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Boho Geometrics II Graphic on Matte Paper By Teague Studios

Why it’s a favorite: “The warm colors in this piece, combined with the modern shapes of the design, make it a great focal point piece that won't distract from your other decor!”

Matching interior design styles: modern, contemporary, eclectic, industrial, transitional, Scandinavian

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Sand-blasted Rectangle Mosaic with White Marble Tiles

Why it’s a favorite: “The herringbone pattern is all the rage these days! These white marble tiles have a way of dressing up any kitchen or bathroom. This subtle pattern is just what your space is needing going into 2021!”

Matching interior design styles: farmhouse, traditional, transitional, cottage, contemporary, coastal, modern, classic, Scandinavian

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Soji 2 Light Single Pendant in Black and Gold

Why it’s a favorite: “We love to mix metal finishes in a space. That is why I love this particular light. The combination of black and gold mixed with the milky glass create a show stopping light for any space!”

Matching interior design styles: modern, transitional, contemporary, eclectic

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How to Design Around Your Favorite Elements

Let’s say you’re updating a room, and you know that there’s one thing you absolutely want more than anything in that room. Maybe it’s a certain light fixture, a color, a finish, a sink, or floor. It doesn’t matter what it is, either. Maybe you have a prized photo or artwork, a family heirloom, a piece of furniture. Maybe you don’t know exactly what else to pair with it. That’s no problem, you can design everything else around your favorite pieces.

From there pick out complementary finishes, colors, and styles. Elements that feature similar lines, or even complete opposite if you’re going for a more eclectic vibe.

Can You Mix Styles Together?

Absolutely! That’s typically what the term “eclectic” often refers to. By combining two or more styles together you personalize your space according to your aesthetics. Some people prefer to stick with one style for a space, while others choose to mix and match. The best part? Neither is wrong. After all, your space is a reflection of you.

What About Professional Interior Design?

Whether you’re working on your first project or your hundredth, a professional designer simplifies the process. With our interior designers, you collaborate with one person who’s dedicated to your current project as well as your future projects. They work with you from conceptualization to ordering products, making tweaks and changes along the way to further refine and personalize your final design. They’re available by phone, email, or video to make sure that you receive professional service from that initial consult to receiving your product. For more information and to get started, see our virtual design services page.