GET INSPIRED WITH SALONE DEL MOBILE 2019’S DESIGNER TRENDS FOR YOUR HOME
Warm colour palette, sustainable furniture, and formless lights are going big
Long-held décor trends often become boring after a certain point of time and who would like their home exhibit a monotonous vibe? Which is why you should keep seeking inspirations to revamp your space every now and then, bigger or smaller. For your mid-summer blues, the trends from world’s one of the largest couture Furniture Fair are out – this Salone Del Mobile’s ritual is undoubtedly the most awaited furniture and interior design event which takes the stage every year bringing together a host of architects, designers, brands and their impeccable craftsmanship and creativity to the world of interiors and exteriors. Just like every year, Salone Del Mobile 2019 set an astounding global-taste under the helm of experienced fashion and design houses like B&B Italia, Dior, Versace, Bulgari, COS, UN Studio, Renzo Piano, and John Pawson among others.
Here we have extracted a few of the most revered trends that you can easily conceptualize to spruce up your home décor – from furniture to design to lighting, below lie all your answers.
Looking for a colour palette?
Apparently cropped up in blue, green, and brown upholsteries, furniture, and interiors throughout the exhibition Salone Del Mobile says ‘warm and earthy tones’ – not only will it add sophistication but will also provide that coveted warmth to your space comes fall. So how about a literally green dining room?
Tropical wallpaper | Botanical Fantasy in soft blue, green, and brown plant motif by DDecor
Photo credits: DDecor
Figuring out a way to introduce nature-kissed inspiration to your décor?
Since the onset of 2019, nature has evidently been a most significant theme in the décor world, for instance, the trending biophilic homes. Not to much-shock Salone De Mobile had a plenitude of inspiration to offer on the same lines – where Josh sofa from Moroso finds durability in the magnetism of floral patterns; plants and animal-inspired details was the inspiration of the fashion brand Jil Sander. With their approval, we surely parade the fact that the floral fabric with any monotone furniture exudes an abundance of possibilities and combinations to design your abode – go soft and stark with floral artefacts or go all out with eye-catchy prints infused, be it a wallpaper or a carpet.
Here is how you can make your sustainable choice the talk of the town
Varied innovative materials found a place in the 58th Milan Design Week where designers laid emphasis on sustainable and recycled materials with the purpose of not only recycling the objects but being more circular – a process where reusing and repurposing of the material brings new meaning to its design. Be it the design duo Andrea Trimarchi and Simone Farresin of Formafantasma’s volcanic lava tiles made with Dzek or Loewe’s age-old crafted baskets weaved with a contemporary spin, sustainability was an alarming trend both for interior and exterior (and miles away from being boring!)
Eclectic brocade seating | Ambrosia teak chair in assorted brocade patchwork and borders by Baro
Photo credits: Baro
Light your space in Salone Del Mobile’s style
In Milan fair, lights got a makeover, one didn’t imagine; regular hard shaped objects became passé, contemporary solutions of electronic circuit spread like a snake and floor-to-ceiling lights became the ‘in thing’. From outdoors to indoors, there is a light for each dedicated space and this year the foundation of Euroluce 2019 lights is based on flexible materials, LED tapes, and aluminium which reinforces the idea of modern solutions for multiple spaces. Most inspiring was The Pole by Philippe Malouin, where lighting took the centre of the room and illuminated a broad space working through walls, floors, and ceiling.
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