Still there, still good. Entire walls or even shelves full of plants. A bonus: green is one of the most popular colours.
Fashion and furniture, architecture and everyday objects – Italian design is in a class of its own, no matter where you look. In June, the world of interior design looks to Milan, the Italian design capital, where the Salone del Mobile is held.
When Italy invites the world to the furniture fair in Milan, nobody stays away. In 2022, the event is even more popular after two years of abstinence. Catching up on what you missed, experiencing what you have been longing for, connecting to the wide world of design and: inspiration, inspiration, inspiration.
More eyes see more, a colourful mix is what makes the difference. That is why the home INTERIOR management team took along our young interior designers to have a look around and scout for new approaches. They brought back a head full of new ideas, a well-filled photo folder, sketches, videos and new restaurant tips.
The Milan fair sets standards for the industry. From a thousand images in their heads, the home INTERIOR scouts filter out what is right for customers and integrate it into their planning work.
What is soft to the touch never goes out of fashion. At the moment, we are seeing a lot of gorgeous bouclé fabrics in particular. New production methods mean that these fabrics can also be used in interior design. A real eye-catcher: bouclés in white, cream, green and copper, making for a very stylish combination.
We know it from previous seasons, but still consider it contemporary and classy: stone, frequently marbled, and glass. Modern materials, perfect for home INTERIOR design work in sophisticated hotel or private home projects.
Sofas with panache are fun, cosy and complement trends # 01 and 02. The use of cushions is casual and playful: On a whim, loose pillows find themselves scattered around the sofas, frequently featuring varying colours and patterns.