The new spring collection from
I love this style but I wonder how a catalogue based vendor such as RH can bank on being so heavily invested in one design scheme? Does this trend have long enough legs to stand on it’s own for a significant period of time?
One point that concerns me is that rough and distressed product often does not have the quality of construction to last for many years. The very thing that makes this style so appealing, it’s rustic finish, can mean a short lifespan. Little or no protective finishes on the wood products, raw fabrics and distressed surfaces offer little defense for the reality of daily wear and tear.
Some products look like they would hold up better than others.
I am in love with the resurgence of the
I do wonder if these industrial light fixtures will become the arc lamps of the 1210’s.
This looks a bit “old hospital room” for me.
I love love love this setup. The mirror is divine, and those chairs! Yummy.
Great ottoman, can you see the tufted top? I like the raised lip around the edge.
Time will tell if this look will have staying power. I’m sure like most trends parts of it will stick around and others will wane away. See the entire collection from Restoration Hardware here.
Which items do you think will have what it takes to win the test of time?