Trends

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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How to decorate the bathroom with contrasting colored grouts

Today I want to write again about the bathroom and the latest trends. As I write in this blog post about colored bathroom washbasins, color is really trendy right now for bathrooms. But it is not necessary to invest in expensive tiles or colored furniture to have a cheerful and trendy bathroom. There really is a more original and inexpensive way to add color: I am talking about colored ...

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Bathroom trend 2020: colored washbasins and sanitary ware

Today I am talking to you about a new bathroom trend that will probably make you shiver at the beginning, thinking about the horrible bathrooms of the 70s and 80s. The new trend is that of colored washbasins and toilet! It is actually a trend that had already begun to peep a couple of years ago but is now really catching on. On the other hand, the color has returned forcefully to our ...

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Tranquil Dawn and the new 2020 colors by Sikkens

Like every year, September and October are the months in which paint companies publish their color research and launch the new color palettes for the following year (I have already talked about the new Jotun colors here) AkzoNobel's Global Aesthetic Center (a Dutch multinational that owns the brand Sikkens) analyzes worldwide emerging socio-economic trends and design trends and the resulting ...

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The new sofas become curvy

Forget the sofas with minimal and light shapes. The trendiest sofas have curved, rounded and enveloping shapes. The look is vintage halfway between the elegance of the 1950s but with full and generous proportions typical of the aesthetics of the 70s. A trend that favors comfort and relaxation without sacrificing style and elegance. If you like this new trend, this is the selection of my ...

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