5 Amazing Interior Styles from the USA

As you may know, I was due to visit the High Point Market Design Show this April, which of course, has now been put on hold.

It has been rescheduled for early June but I’m actually hoping to attend in the Autumn when the world is, hopefully a little calmer.

So with all this mind, I thought it would be good to share some interior design ideas from the US, which I’ve already spotted, with the aim of giving you some much needed distraction and inspiration for your home. 

Loloi Rugs:

I have always had a huge love for rugs and I spotted these on this brand when I was preparing for my trip. 

Loloi design rugs and pillows for today’s homes, and bring them to life with centuries-old craftsmanship. They create new, intricate textures that are made to last ending up with beautifully-designed rugs that will look great now—and decades from now.

Ellis Table Company

Let me show you the Canva Bench by the Ellis Table company. 

Featuring woven cord, aged-oak, and modest tapers the Canva Bench explores a love for material and craftsmanship welded with warm welcome.

Designed and crafted in the United States, the Canva bench is constructed from paper cord and sustainably harvested oak.

Ellis Table Co specialise in family tables and other pieces, handcrafted with traditional joinery, their work is influenced by a mix of Scandinavian, Shaker and Japanese design with clean lines, subtle curves and exposed joinery.

Don’t forget to apply for an ESTA

If you’re travelling to the US to a show like High Point Market, or for any reason, you do need a visa or ESTA. 

The ESTA is is a travel authorisation for the United States. If you’re getting an ESTA this can be done online, takes a maximum of 5 minutes, and the costs are £29,95 per person.

Submitting the visa application is really simple, fast and convenient. It can be paid for with a credit card or paypal, and once granted, will be confirmed via email and text message. In urgent cases this can take just one hour. 

It’s worth understanding what you have to do if you’re travelling to the States to take in all this fabulous design. 

Red Egg:

red egg was founded in 1997 as an importer of antiques from all parts of Asia. What began as a true one-of-a-kind, vintage and antique business, evolved quickly into an accent-furniture and accessory company with products being bench made exclusively for us in Asia and the USA.

red egg is known for being one of the first accent furniture companies to take classic Asian furniture and lacquer it with bold, fun colors.

The Pea High Back chair, above, is one great example. I love the playful, contemporary feel of this piece which would look just as good in a bedroom or open plan living room, as a conservatory. 

BDI Furniture

As we’re spending more time working from home, standing desks are becoming more popular. I love this design from BDI – the Stance is a stylishly streamlined standing desk collection that features three available desktop sizes, programmable height settings, and an elegantly smooth satin-etched glass work surface.

BDI is a leading home furnishings manufacturer, specializing in innovative media furniture and office solutions that are designed to seamlessly integrate technology into the home.

Howard Elliot:

Howard Elliott has been redefining the home furnishing and hospitality industry with innovative designs of decorative mirrors, accessories, and occasional furniture since 2001. Its mission is to create exceptional products which truly finish every room.

This raven mirror caught my eye; I love the geometric style fashioned from iron into a hexagonal frame. The graphite finish blends to create this unique, industrial look. This collection is so versatile that many of their accent tables and decorative accessories can easily be paired up to make a statement. 


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Jen Stanbrook
Jen Stanbrook

Jen is an award winning digital publisher and has been creating interiors and home decor content for over 10 years.
She has an insatiable love of home interiors, has worked with hundreds of brands, and currently supports many bloggers within the creative industries to share their expertise through writing.
She spends most of her time in her little garden office pod, has 2 daughters and 2 (fighting) cats.

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