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White hues are being replaced by far more than 50 shades of gray, but the classic and contemporary furnishings at Naurelle stand out in any color scheme

LOS ANGELES, June 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- It's a well-known fact among connoisseurs of brilliant contemporary design in European furniture that many of the top names in the field hail from Italy and Spain. That's why, in Los Angeles, furniture adorning the showrooms at Naurelle is so highly prized over that of other design-oriented vendors. Led by the ingenious tastemaker Kayvan Nahai, the Spanish and Italian furniture offered by the furniture boutique's team exudes European charm as well as artful modern elegance.

The design team at Naurelle is focused on bringing ornate, timeless design into the homes of their clients – elements of design that are too often overlooked in the fast-paced modern world. In fact, as technology continues to encroach on our lives, it is perhaps fitting that for the average layperson, the most well-known proponent of chic modernism is far from a home designer in the traditional sense – none other than late tech mogul Steve Jobs.

The co-founder of Apple popularized simple, uniform white coloring through his various iPhones, iPods and computers that have become ubiquitous around the world. Yet, The Los Angeles Times reports that the white-on-white look that has largely been popularized among aficionados of modernism is beginning to show its age.

The whitening trend has expanded to various aspects of the home – from kitchens to living rooms and bedrooms, and for a time, it was refreshing look to home design aficionados. As is often the case, however, the trend has begun to evolve, with various shades of gray, beige or brown taking white's place. While it's always important for artistry in design to move forward, it's also worth noting that following trends isn't everything. After all, Mr. Nahai and his team at Naurelle have made a name for themselves by bucking trends with innovative, one-of-a-kind modern, traditional, and classic furnishings.

At Naurelle, design aficionados are often so taken aback by the collection of high-end furnishings and lighting that they completely overlook one thing that makes the company so intriguing – their furniture and design offerings that span a variety of styles. They understand that artfully-crafted Italian and Spanish furnishings transcend design fads and even labels like "modern" or "traditional". If you're looking to imbue your dining room, foyer, or any other room of the home with -genuine elegance and excitement, you can do no better than to trust their world-class designers.

The current graying trend could be a good sign for those hoping for brighter days to come. "Gray is popular when we feel secure," says Maria Stapperfenne, president-elect of the trade group National Kitchen and Bath Association. "People are looking ahead." Yet, whether or not you choose to embrace gray hues this season, you'll find your spirits lifted by Naurelle's sophisticated and expertly crafted furnishings – no matter what the shade. Whether your taste preferences tend towards the classic, traditional or modern, you'll find the best of every era at their acclaimed Los Angeles showroom. To learn more about Naurelle, please visit their website at www.Naurelle.com, or call us at 323-852-7007. 

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