Our roundup of top interior design trends following our visit last week to Maison & Objet…
“House of Games” by Vincent Grégoire focused on bringing a slightly surreal, fun element into interiors, picking up on a general trend away from minimalism and towards an exuberant maximalism.
Mystery Magical House, embroidery by Pascale Bernetiere Nivet for Celeste Mogador.
The move is towards an increasingly personal look, leaving room for fantasy, eccentricity and a dash of whimsy.
Maison de Jeu wallpaper, Christian Lacroix Maison for Designers Guild.
Bonbon side tables designed by Luca Nichetto for Verreum. Alice Crazy small cups by Kuhn Keramik.
2/ STRONG COLOUR
Away with beige and greige, we want china reds, indigos, ocean greens !
Dimore Studio’s theatre-red Milan living room.
Lavastone daybed, design Charlotte Juillard.
The new Indigo Rain collection, designed by Faye Toogood for 1882 Ltd.
3/ SENSUAL MATERIALS
Patinated brass furniture, velvet upholstery,Brescia marble, mouth blown glass…materials are tactile, sensual.
Detail of the Albeo brass coffee table, Studio Bellidea.
Dot table lamp and Rectangle wall light, Kristina Dam Studio, brass and steel.
SHRP coffee table by Heerenhuis, in brass and Brescia verde marble.