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2020 vision



You won’t find a flat surface in sight as reeded detail, found on everything from walls to furniture, continues to bring tactility and texture to interiors. Trove – the first furniture collection from Studio Duggan – uses this surface detail across chic case goods in unexpected shades of green and yellow, while both rustic getaway Le Barn in France and Surrey’s Beaverbrook hotel (pictured) feature delicately fluted bar-fronts beautiful enough to distract you from

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