Decoration trend

Material trend: plywood has gone domestic

Previously the domain of building sites, plywood has gone domestic and its use in the place of plasterboard has become a new trend in the last few years. Plywood kitchen, bathroom cabinetry and wardrobes are blowing up all over Pinterest and Instagram. Plywood can give a fresh and contemporary look to any interior and has a natural beauty imbued with texture and warmth. But plywood is not ...

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Rediscover: the new colors of Jotun Lady for 2021

Every end of August, many companies begin launch their new catalogs for 2021 (we saw the new Ikea catalog in the previous article). JOTUN, a Norwegian paint company, also presented the new colors for 2021 on August 20th. 29 colors that compose 4 different palettes. The palettes are presented through four stories that help us rediscover the home with new shades and combinations. REDISCOVER is ...

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Gold – a new neutral color

Is gold becoming a new neutral color? My answer is yes and I think the photos I have selected for you will prove it. For some years now, gold and brass finishes (both in brushed and polished versions) have come back strongly in our homes. Until now, they were mainly used for details and accessories (lamps, tables, decorations, etc.) or for elements such as faucets. Now, however, we ...

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Trendy vases take inspiration from classical art.

Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome return to be a source of inspiration for vases and other furnishing accessories. A trend that I had already "spotted" at the Maison & Objet in September 2019 and that I had talked about here. Contemporary vases reinterpret ancient art with new shapes and unusual colors. In fact, the designers return to take inspiration from classical art by recalling the ...

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Cantaloupe: the new trendy color for 2020

Today I want to talk about a color that has made its way into the new trendy shades of 2020. The color is called Cantaloupe and is inspired by the color of the cantaloupe melon. It is a softer and lighter undertone than the classic bright orange and this makes it a more versatile and easier to use shade than orange. Cantaloupe is not a completely new color but it is an evolution of the ...

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