Trending Materials and Colours
The past few years have forced us to spend more time at home, enough for us to realise the importance of living in a space that you feel comfortable in. As interior design is constantly evolving, we all want to keep up to date with the trends! Here is a list of the trends that we discovered at the Paris Design Week for materials and colours.
A Neutral Japandi Style
Japandi style is a trend that derives from Eastern and Western countries. It’s a combination of neutral colours such as beige, white, brown and sand. This type of interior involves reconnecting with nature and using materials such as oak tables, linen, terracotta and a splash of greenery to complete the look.
Dark Brown Timber
We’re looking at connecting nature with our indoor environment. Timber offers a natural aesthetic, from curved edges, panelled walls and arches. We’re veering away from the typical vertical and horizontal panels and leaning more towards the uneven spacing to create unique configurations. We feel that this is only the start of this trend.
Bronzed Brass accessories, elements on furniture or lighting can glamorise a setting with its warm shine and bring contrast to your interior. Handmade brass items are inviting and can feel like there is some sort of historic elements in a home.
The colours that we have recently seen in Paris Design Week have been lively! Colours such as green, mustard, purple, orange, pale blue and red were the colours that are on all walls, rugs, sofas, tables and more. Add a loop fabric such as Bouclé to your living space and it will bring texture into an interior.