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Whether You Are A Licensed Interior Designer

Or Your Own Personal Interior Designer,

Lakewood 400 Has Everything You Need

From Focal Points To Accents ... All Under One Roof!

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With hundreds of Dealers searching everyday for unique pieces, it's like having a huge staff

at your beck and call. The friendly atmosphere coupled with knowledgeable,

enthusiastic Dealers make it a pleasure to shop Lakewood 400!

Make Lakewood 400 Antiques Market Your Go To Source For All Your Design Needs!

Interior Design Trends For 2023

For once, a paint company got it right. If you browse Pinterest or any decorating magazine, you will see that most new homes are painted with a blank palette ... usually white. That definitely seems to be the trend.

For BEHR, the color of the year is Blank Canvas (DC 003). Here we are showing it paired with accent colors selected by designers.

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BEHR Designer Collection Pallett

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Soft green is still holding its own as the number one actual color, along with blue, both very soothing colors for a hectic world. Note that Emerald Green is becoming quite popular. And not to slight the professional Interior Designers, Paprika is predicted to be the number one Hot Color for 2023!

Why All The Neutral Colors?

 

It's all about easing anxieties caused by an unpleasant political environment.

In addition to soothing colors, we are choosing to surround ourselves with items that represent tradition in our lives ... holiday memorabilia, Dad's fishing lures, the ribbon brother won running track. We need those items that gave us comfort close by to remind us that life will go on as we know and have always loved it.

We are choosing personal comfort.

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Here's What The Experts Predict!

Even More Bold Marble

Sleek Appliances

Double Islands

Coffee In More Areas

Organic Materials & Shapes

Earth Tones

Nature Brought Inside

Emphasis on Wellness

Wine Displays as Art

Heritage Tiles Coming Back

Red Earth Ceramics

Great Outdoor Lighting

Unique Window Dressings

Vintage Fabrics

Great Patterned Rugs

High Gloss Wood Finishes

Full On Craft Rooms

Arches Built or Painted

Listening Rooms

Comforting Laundry Rooms

Curvy Wood

Colored Concrete

Wicker / Bamboo Furniture

1960's Chairs

What's Out ...

Endless Gray

Animal Prints

Gold Fixtures - In With Bronze, Copper & Nickel

 

 Sources: House Beautiful, Good Housekeeping, LivingEtc., Behr.com, Forbes

Designing With Market Finds!

   With hundreds of shops located inside the Lakewood 400 Antiques Market, it is truly a treasurer hunter's dream. You'll find quality furniture ready to feature in your home, and some that you can transform to your unique personal style, usually with no more than just a little paint. The accessories that add so much to any room abound. And the bottom line is ... you will be getting a quality piece without paying those high price designer store prices!

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More Info!

 

Check out these articles for more information!

The Warmth of Wood in Design

French Country Style

When Colors Speak

Furniture As Art

Oh, Those Summer Porches

Dining Al fresco

Sette Transformations

Don't Pass Up That China Cabinet

It's Spring!

Embracing A Classic Look

Cozy, Comfy Rooms

Themed Decorating: The Old Fish Camp

My Home Needs A Change!

Antiques Repurposed & Upcycled

Inspired Walls

The Classic Buffet: Versatile & Functional

Sitting Pretty On Art

 

and more ... Click here!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jan Jones in the onstaff Interior Designer

for Lakewood 400 Antiques Market,

curator of the lakewoodantiques.com website

including the Interior Designer's Page, 

and author of the jjd magazine

and Finding Me book.

Articles may be reprinted with

permission and proper credit.

Contact: Jan Jones at

www.janjones.design

email:

janjones.design1@gmail.com

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