Trends: we spot them, love them, and we can't get enough of them—until one day, in many cases, we've seen too much of them, and move on to the next one. In a few lucky cases, our favorite trends turn into staples that make their way into our homes and stay for years. In other (less fortunate) cases, we donate them and sum it up to an impulse buy before replacing them with the next big thing.
While 's Spring Collection is filled with burgeoning trends that are about to blow up in 2017, the collection is also inspired by timeless designs, trusted materials, and finishes that all have the potential to become beloved heirlooms like burled wood tables, rattan Papasan chairs, and folkloric rugs. And in the unlikely event that you do get sick of one of these favored trends, these picks are budget-friendly, too. Find out which trends will be huge in 2017, and shop our CB2 spring edit—filled with buys you won't regret.
Burl veneer was highly covetable in the 1920s for its rare and luxe appeal. Along with other Art Deco–inspired influences, it's making a comeback.
A plush velvet pillow in a dusty rose tone? This is the perfect pillow for a luxe 1920s vibe.
Simple, beveled, and glamorous, this round mirror is just Art Deco–inspired enough, without being over the top.
West Coast Casual
With its midcentury silhouette and walnut finish, this wall lamp would fit right into a Palm Springs getaway or a Venice Beach cottage.
Slightly boho in nature, these two-tone rattan baskets have a fresh, modern edge.
With its earthy desert tones and soft swirls, this vase is reminiscent of more arid West Coast landscapes.
Locker Room Chic
We called it—the would make its way into our homes in 2017. The gray tufted upholstery of this low lounge chair fits the bill.
White ceramic canisters with simple leather pulls are just what you'd want to find in an elevated gym locker room.
Better than the traditional school locker, this open-air perforated armoire gives off a subtle locker room vibe.
This rattan seat looks just like the type of chair you'd come across in a Scandinavian book on hygge.
Inspired by folkloric Scandinavian rugs, this piece was hand-knotted and perfectly distressed to give the illusion of a true vintage Finnish rug.
Reminiscent of the recently reissued Gio Ponti mirror by Danish brand Gubi, this mirror gives off a vibe we often see in our favorite Scandinavian interiors.
The cloudy, smoky look of this handmade glass bowl is just a little edgy and moody.
Rock 'n' Roll Edge
Perforated metal and black marble give this edgy side table all the right rock 'n' roll appeal.
Black marble is the new white marble—and this utensil holder has a striking, edgy silhouette for a rock 'n' roll kitchen.
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