Each season, new trends snatch the position to the previous highlighting and enforceable between all the amalgam of proposals coming from all corners of the planet. The interior design boasts of being one of the currents, along with the fashion, more experience and is transformed with the passage of time, for that reason it is necessary to filter among such a variety of alternatives.
After the summer rarest of our lives, and a long confinement, interior designers, firms, product creators and hunters trends you have to work harder than ever to get ahead new proposals and collections they are intended to stand out in the wide world of interior design.
The coming months will come loaded trends and formulas so bold and daring that evoke memories of decades as fruitful as 60 or 70. The design of furniture gives a twist and is inspired by designs from other decades, everyday objects become objects of design, the exterior siding is put into the kitchen, and materials such as glass or mud dominate the design of the product.
These are the 10 trends that mark the interior design of the new course:
Upholstered effect borrego
Textiles with texture or effect the skin of sheep have taken over the upholstery of chairs, armchairs, seats, and other elements of rest.
The signatures of textile more important to have built-in collections with different textures and backgrounds, in colors that range from white to various shades of crude oil, and that remind us to the skin of sheep.
Photos (left to right): The Invisible Collection © The Fried Egg by Hans Olsen, 1956 © The Invisible Collection
The universe of the candles, always present in the interior design, is back with renewed energy this season and introduces us to candelarias colors and designs amazing.
The pastel tones, fluorine, and earth predominate in these collections. The shapes range from the well-known candles in the spiral designs and sculptural geometric. The secret are in lumping them together on a surface, such as a mantel, a sideboard or center of a table. This will not pass unnoticed.
Photos (left to right): Unikum I BELLE MORIZIO I Burke decor
Pacha Lounge Chair
The iconic armchair designed by Pierre Paulin in 1975, has become, without intending it, in the piece which is most desired by lovers of interior design in the past few months. Its rounded forms, harmony and comfort have become a fundamental piece of any inside modernist.
Photos (left to right): @gubiofficial
The thermoblock has reviewed at least a way to incorporate the brick to the interiors of our homes or business premises. This material, environmentally friendly alternative to brick conventional, is composed of blocks-ceramic of low-density-based clay.
Its characteristic geometric designs have inspired the designers to create interior walls with amazing finishes, showing these perforations filled with concrete or other fillers.
Photos (left to right): Ted A arquitectes © Luis Díaz Díaz
The spaces modernist, colorful, and full of objects give way to interior organic, clean, and with the elements strictly necessary. In them, you stand furniture simple natural wood, textiles in neutral colors and a few decorative elements.
Photos (left to right): The Calile Hotel I Leo Lei (I Leo Lei
Pieces of glass
The glass, one of the most versatile elements in interior design, it becomes the material highlight of this season for the creation of decorative objects. Vases, candlesticks, pots… there are no limits in the design of pieces of glass richly ornate and in the greatest color trend.
Photos (left to right): Saerom Yoon I Serena Confalonieri R The Apollo Box
Face line graphic art
Line art by notable artists of the likes of Picasso or Matisse, passes formats like wallpaper, prints, textiles, ceramics, and even embroidery. A trend that fits like a glove in the spaces inspiration minimalist.
Photos (left to right): Diego Head I Burrow I Betapet
Ceramic and geometry
The decorative objects in ceramic move to a new level that exceeds the laws of physics. Vases, candlesticks, pots, or pans, porcelain or earthenware, with sculptural forms and geometric lines that play with formats never seen before.
Photos (left to right): Cool Machine I Metalepsis Projects I NutPottery
Some designers and brands of furniture, have opted for the glass, with shades of iridescentto create unique pieces that reflect colors ranging from pink to yellow fluor. Two clear examples are the table Shimmer, designed by Patricia Urquiola or a few of the creations of Sohyun Yun.
Photos (left to right): BUZAO’s I Thinkk Studio by BSG Glass I Artur de Menezes
Cushions are hand embroidered
The embroidery craft is rescued from the “pincushion” of our grandmothers and reviewed at least by young artisans and designers who will move to cushions, tapestries and other formats in the form of creations minimalists with textures never before seen.
Photos (left to right): Studio fi I lrnce I Studio fi
Which of these 10 decorating trends you feel more identified?