It hit first in fashion and then hair, but our favorite ombre trend is in design objects - no surprises there. From luxe to low budget, our favorite new products fall all over the color spectrum, from predictable dark to light color gradients to some eye catching neon hues.
River sofa by Alberto Biagetti
Alberto Biagetti's River collection of living room furniture are the kinds of pieces you make a serious effort to save up for - like open-up-another-bank-account save for. The neon yellow-to-beige and gray-to-navy arm chairs and sofas are the perfect marriage of long term investment and statement furniture. And even if one of these sofas wipes out your savings, it makes such a statement it's not you need to buy any other pieces anyway.
Transience Mirror by Lex Pott and David Derksen
Netherlands-based designers Pott and Derksen allow layers of silver to oxidize to reveal the natural beauty of these mirrors, which come in a variety of geometrical shapes. Though oxidation is usually a random process, Pott and Derksen experimented with controlled degradation of silver to create beautiful shades of golds and browns.
Textiles by Scholten & Baijings
Stefan Scholten and Carole Baijings, also from the Netherlands, created a collection of ombre textiles for Thomas Eyck. From kitchen towels to throw pillows and bed sheets, we want their brightly printed linens in every room.