On November 28, members of the trade gathered at Cosentino’s showroom in New York’s A&D Building for a conversation with leading industry voices about current trends.
In a lively and wide-ranging discussion moderated by Business of Home’s editor in chief Kaitlin Petersen, panelists Richard T. Anuszkiewicz of Design Galleria, Kesha Franklin of Halden Interiors and Natalie Kraiem of Natalie Kraiem Interiors explored insights from Cosentino’s first-ever trend report.
On hand to celebrate were the team from 7Haus—Mariia Kukoba, Raquel Molina, Valeria Parisi, Mayerli Mateus and Ekaterina Parkhomchuk—along with Laura Ramirez of Casalau Design, Mario Enser of Hyatt, Michael Grella of RXR Realty and Danielle Davis of 56th Street Design Studio.
“One of the things I loved about Cosentino’s trend report is that it wasn’t written in a way that shames people for picking the ‘wrong’ thing. Instead, it’s a thoughtful guide to some of the exciting movements and ideas that are entering or reentering the design dialogue in a meaningful way,” said Petersen. “That same spirit is what shaped this conversation, and I’m so grateful to Kesha, Richard and Natalie for sharing their measured approach to trends and how they balance staying current with delivering truly timeless spaces. As 2023 winds down, it was so special to connect with these three great design talents to talk about what’s inspiring them in the year to come.”