Your home is your haven, not only somewhere to kick back and relax but also somewhere you should be proud to call your home.
Getting the colour scheme, textures as well as the feng shui just right is essential, and with each season comes new and exciting interior trends to integrate into your humble abode.
Here are just 5 of the trends we’ll be adopting for AW19:
Natural materials adds a laidback personality and style.
Moooi presents Moooi Originals: known and loved Moooi products, now accompanied by The Button, digital proof of authenticity. This month revolves around the Raimond, designed by Raimond Puts.
The Raimond family
Inspired by Buckminster Fuller's geodesic dome, the Raimond lights are the result of almost forty years of research and dedication of mechanical engineer and self-taught designer Raimond Puts (1937 – 2012). The Raimond lights: perfectly thought out shapes of mathematical ingredients punctuated by tiny LED lights. Looking at the light feels like staring into the soft glow of a starry night. Into the essence.
Two opposed elements embraced in a sinuous curve that create an illusory volume in a perfect balance game.
As its name suggests, the Mellow table features soft and curvilinear shapes; the volumetric and enveloping base, made of two different elements and realized with rigid polyurethane moldings, is combined with a curvy top with an oval or circular shape. The Mellow table is available in many finishings and materials.
A unique woodworking combining timeless elegance with contemporary shapes.
Q/Wood chair, designed by Starck
DESIGN SETSU E SHINOBU ITO
Table with base made of seven lacquered metal elements, available in “Burned Earth” and “Platinum Grey” finishes.
Pantone recently unveiled their hot colour trends from London Fashion Week for Autumn/Winter 2019 and we are all about this rich butterscotch colour, which is a more golden yellow hue than the mustards we've seen in previous seasons. Working well as a vibrant neautral, pair with other rich colourways to create a cosy retreat on dark winter nights.
Obon Tables by Simone Bonanni
a collection of three tables inspired by an ancient, earthy, irregular material: terra-cotta.
Refined details enhance the rigorous profile of the Virgin chair, part of the collection of the same name created by Mauro Lipparini. The metal feet give the chair a terse contemporary character, in contrast with the ample padding that invites you to sit back and relax. Available in two versions, with or without armrests, sharing a sense of balanced architectural charm.
3. Go Green - Green is the new grey
refined aesthetic comes from the combination of a soft structure and an essential and slightly curved headboard.
"I hope that Panorama will create connections: it was designed specifically to create collective spaces, islands of comfort, protective cocoons to lie back on freely.", explains the designer Fabrice Berrux.
A line of sophisticated armchairs with characteristics. Suitable for imposing living rooms, were devised to furnish elegantly and comfortably offices, meeting rooms and all those areas of public settings intended for welcoming.
4. Seventies Lighting
Crossroad is a sculptural design, marked by an extreme feature that leaves a strongly dynamic mark in a setting. Its basic element is a matt lead-colour painted metal cylinder which, at either extremities, encloses the light source inside a simple yet sophisticated amber-coloured glass element.
From its very name, Sofì pays homage to the age-old and prized hand glassblowing technique. Its primary shape, the borosilicate glass globe with a warm amber finish, is combined with a burnished brass cylinder which contains the light source and brings to mind the image of master glass-blowers who, in their Venetian workshops, use their long blowpipes to craft the incandescent molten glass with skill.
The Perch Light LED Floor Lamp was created by Umut Yamac
PH 3½-2½ TABLE
Design by Poul Henningsen
5. Lay It On The Line
Bold and beautiful, this trend uses powerful lines and statement silhouettes to create dramatic interior focal points.
Nature is the central theme in the design of the Tangle table. Indeed, a natural image was the starting point for the design of the base: a tangle of trunks and branches which, carried by the current, run aground along the bank of a river. The aim is to give the impression of a whole that was haphazardly created by the force of nature.