Market Trends: Texture, Warmth and Saturated Color

Earlier this summer, I went to Las Vegas Market (a HUGE trade show for people in the interior design field) and spoke on their Best of the West panel. One of the questions was about trends I’ve noticed this market. My answer was WARMTH, TEXTURE, MIXED METALS and SATURATED MUDDY COLORS. These are all some of my favorite things, so you can imagine how much fun I had shopping at market this summer! A few weeks later, I took my Juniper team to a birthday lunch at the newly renovated Canal Club in Scottsdale. We had heard the interiors were beautiful, but they were absolutely show-stopping! And SO on-trend!

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Our waiter was very kind and could tell I was dying to snap a few photos of the interiors. They had just opened and weren’t busy yet, so he encouraged me to take as many photos as I wanted. Do you think he meant this many though? :)

























Can you even handle all this eye candy?! The food was delicious too! The Canal Club is a can’t-miss stop if you’re in Arizona any time soon! And here are some of our favorite finds that have a similar vibe. Lots of textural caning, rattan and baskets with accents of antiqued brass. Warm, muddy blues and greens with dusty rose pink and rusty copper shades. It’s all so cozy and inviting! I’m feeling SO inspired for our own upcoming home reno!



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  1. M

    So pretty! Any recommendations for that perfect blue paint color as well?

    • Jenny

      The color reminds me of Sherwin Williams Jubilee! We used it in the Real Simple Show House bedroom I designed. It’s a warm blue with a slight green undertone. LOVE it!!!

  2. Aidel.K

    Such a pretty place! I’m most curious about the mural in the photo with the wicker sofa and potted palm. It looks like a wallpaper mural I’ve seen at Anthropologie–hung on a railing. How did it look in real life? It seems like a great application for a big wall when you can’t fully commit. (Then I was thinking….what if we could print from Jenny’s Prints like that?! Wouldn’t Big Sur or a Scandi print be amazing installed on a wall?)

    • Jenny

      It did look like the Anthro/Urban mural! It was really pretty! And stay tuned for bigger prints! :)

      • Aidel.K


  3. Peggi

    Amazing! I kind of want to live there. Will definitely put it on the list for my next AZ visit…hmmm Christmas break…

    • Jenny

      Best time to come to Arizona, for sure! :)

  4. That is gorgeous! Do you have any idea who the designer was? I’d love to check out some of their other work.

    • Jenny

      Hi Steph! I haven’t been able to find out the designer. I looked online and didn’t find anything. I’ll keep looking though and will update the post!


  5. ANDi

    Any sources for the trio of white and metal planters with succulents? Even something similar?

  6. KendraKay

    Where are your pants from?!? Also, the spaces are gorgeous

  7. So so gorgeous. I am in love with all the wicker panels and furniture!

  8. Christine Schwalm Design

    Moving to Tempe next month, thanks for the great recommendation! Do you have an AZ where to go list?

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