Military style marches into home decor 10 By Patricia Sheridan Pittsburgh Post-Gazette LAS VEGAS Staid and stylish home decor is under attack by a military aesthetic that is having a moment. The look is a by-product of a war culture that has grown up around more than a decade of global unrest and boots on the ground. In the 1940s, battleship gray and army green were popular carpet and paint colors. Today those same hues are re-emerging with gray as a dominant neutral. During the Winter Las Vegas Furniture Market, army green and khaki were evident in furnishings made from old military tents. United Strangers even used them to cover a console. The company also did a bedroll that doubled as a single mattress, ottoman or seat. I wanted to do furniture that had a story and would appeal to a younger demographic, said company founder Logan Komorowski. The native New Zealander said the core of his brand is products with a story behind them. He was designing for Halo and Restoration Hardware before branching out on his own. I loved the recycled look and thought about old army tents as a material, he said.

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