As the San Antonio market’s design style of choice the past few years – Hill Country Tuscan – is fading away into a faux-grapevine sunset, contemporary-transitional rises as the latest trend.
While not completely gone, San Antonio residents seem to be veering away from the faux-painting, wrought-iron, and travertine look that hit its peak of popularity in the mid 00’s. Some mediterranean and spanish influence will more than likely always have an influence in a warm-weathered area like San Antonio, but expect more of a blending with contemporary architecture to be the future.
This trend is likely to continue with the recent influx of residents from California and Mexico (where contemporary and modern design is booming) moving to San Antonio. This style is a marriage of traditional and contemporary furniture, finishes, materials, and fabrics equating to a classic, timeless design.
• Lines can be hard-edged or gently curving
• Neutrals, white & black with pops of accent color
• High ceilings with clean no fuss drapes
• Geometric shapes
• Items reflecting current styles
• Less is more
• Sometimes mixed old with new
• Finishes in all tones tend to be smooth and refined