Trends

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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Maison&Objet – the new 2020 trends for home accessories and decorations

Last September 2019, I visited the Maison&Objet, the fair dedicated to home accessories and decorations that takes place twice a year in Paris. Many are the trends that I could identify at the Maison&Objet: some of the trends are completely new, others are trends that we started to see in the past seasons and that are becoming stronger. Here are the 10 most significant trends for ...

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2020 interior colors trends according to Jotun Lady

Every year Jotun, famous Norwegian paint company, launches its new colors collection for the next year. I'm always curious to see their new proposals because they always know how to interpret design trends but also changes in the society and translate them into beautiful colors. As usual, the catalog is beautiful. The styling of the images was in fact entrusted to the talented duo of ...

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FROM THE 50’s TO TODAY: SWING ARM WALL LAMPS CONTINUE TO BE TRENDY

Swing arm wall lamps are super trendy right now. Maybe I am just paying more attention because I love them but lately I've seen them used in many interiors styling, from Nordic to more eclectic styling. They are usually used as a light for the table, in the place of pendant light, or as a reading light near the sofa. In the smaller sizes, they are beautiful also used in the place of the bedside ...

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