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One Last, Final Look at The Year’s Biggest Trends
On the last day of the 2013, it seems fitting to wrap up with the year’s biggest trends. We had our ears to the ground these past twelve months, bringing you coverage from Maison et Objet, ICFF, Home London, NeoCon, and High Point Markets. Keep reading for our takes on the looks, products and patterns that came in waves, and sent out their siren call throughout the year. Which, if any, were you fond of?