You might notice I don't often talk about what is on or off trend here. Thats mostly because I feel like almost anything - whether super new or seen everywhere - can be done well, when done right. So rather than bashing what's out, I thought it would be fun to discuss some great trends we can defend.
the humble pie store via apartment therapy / bakers royale
1shotcafe / scout magazine
Today's spotlight is on kraft paper rolls in the dining room and elsewhere. It's the next chalkboard wall people (and you know how much I love a chalkboard wall!) Cheap and approachable - its uses are endless. Kraft paper is already a trend in stationery and packaging and used widely in commercial spaces but its just as practical in residential situations too. Which reminds, me, I need to go out and get a big role.
What do you think? Is this a trend you can get behind? Have you used kraft paper in your own decor? Please share it!
Do you have a trend you want to defend?