Maison&Objet and More, Design Week.
The Designer Furniture Boom
On the occasion of Paris Design Week, which takes over the capital until September 12, and the Maison & Objet and More Digital Show, here is the analysis of a new booming market with a Bloom selection just for you!
Too much Amazon Prime? It appears years of click-to-buy sameness has resulted in a bit of fatigue, prompting more buyers to want handmade, customizable items—which are now easy access.
Another way to get a more unique look? Go vintage! Designers predict reinvigorated enthusiasm for antiques. The Mid-century modern style was characterized by simplicity, clean lines, and an integration with nature. House started popping up in America’s post war suburbs that had open floor plans and lots of windows that opened up the interior spaces and brought the outdoors in. It encompassed architecture, interior design, product design, and graphic design.
Fauteuil Pacha Pierre Paulin
From Scandinavian inspirations, light woods will be a trend material for interiors. This material will be used not only for flooring but also for covering walls and ceilings. Lightwoods in its raw color and aesthetic will be a highlight for multipurpose spaces. A nature accent with a tactile design trend of 2021.
Exposing wood and concrete as raw materials is a trend architects and designers are using to achieve warmth and elegance for interior spaces without falling into expensive budgets. Quality, durability and low maintenance.
Cercle Chair Hans J.Wegner
Natural Fiber Furniture & Natural Elements
A decor trend based in bringing nature to our homes and strengthening the human-nature connection.
Natural and organic materials strongly decorated to remind us of the exterior life, creating mixed interiors with nature. Rattan and wicker in furniture is becoming very popular in interior design. This traditional material is being used in chairs, carpets and lighting, mixed and matched with more modern design.
Chairs, coffee tables, couches and even lamps are showing their best voluminous curves taking us back to childhood by giving our spaces a young, fun and modern look. This new trend is led by furniture with rounded edges and tubular forms, and also known as neotenic design, from the concept “neoteny” – the exaggeration of childlike features. An appropriate concept to describe the playfulness these pieces can add to any space!
The Invisible Collection – Pierre Augustin Rose
Interior design trends 2021 will determine a new age in developing sustainable design whether in furniture or fashion. The tendancy is having luxury minimal design spaces. Turning to materials, furniture, and accessories with a luxury touch, not to mention also handcrafted and made from purer materials.
Naval Color Trend
Pantone named its 2020 color of the year, “Classic Blue.” A darker blue color will be the 2021 trend. The new black proper for creating elegant and contempory spaces.
The danger is that the design industry will follow the fashion industry in terms of production, increasing the pace with more and more new products each season. On the contrary, we should slow down the pace and set up a “slow” production. Los Angeles based interior designer Delta Wright says overall anything “uber-unique” will shine in the upcoming decade. “(we will see) highly crafted, unusual materials meticulously featured in furnishings and architecture.”
But to be clear, this is not about having the most unique sofa or one-of-a-kind hand-blown glass bowl, so much as true identity and authenticity. What makes you truly happy is more important.
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