It’s a trend that’s not entirely new but has caught on during the pandemic, when home environments have transformed from time to time, from the office for telecommuting, to the gym for practice activities. physical, at the restaurant, at the cinema, and so on.
The pleasure and the need to be able to enjoy an extremely comfortable, welcoming, and functional house, or to put it better multifunctionality, you’ll find these latest furniture trends very beneficial.
Below are tips by Prashmi Interior for furniture with organic shapes, innovative materials, and block colours that will transform the interiors of your house into art galleries like no other.
Since the start of the pandemic, the home has been our landmark and the place where we feel protected. And the furniture, this year again, is reassuring. Therefore, abandoning raw and static forms, and getting inspired by the decorative ideas of the last century, to transform our interiors into an enveloping cocoon.
By abandoning their angles, tables, storage units or other seats with curved shapes invite you to relax and share. And thus almost make us forget the latent anxiety and uncertainty.
A true return to simplicity
At a time when we are rethinking the way we consume more thoughtfully, a minimalist wind is floating in the air and a strong trend towards purity and functionality stands out. The furniture, this year, goes back to basics, without any frills.
Please note, this does not mean that our house no longer has a soul, quite the contrary! Shapes, materials, and colours are studied as closely as possible, to combine efficiency and aesthetics.
If our house this year will have fewer pieces of furniture, it will only be more beautiful. Available in simple but skilfully studied shapes, they are adorned with neutral colours to highlight the material they are made of.
The sculptural pieces of furniture return to what makes the very essence of design and alone fills our interiors.
Textiles and accessories
In the same spirit, this year, accessories and decorative objects focus on details and give our homes the air of an art gallery. Geometric shapes, graphic patterns, punchy colours, but also stylized faces invade rugs, cushions, and vases playfully and poetically.
You don’t need to be an expert to surf this trend, because it is precisely the association of shapes, but also the mixture of textures and colours, that will allow us to make our interior even more lively.
To boost our morale, put to the test lately, the furniture is dressed in colour and does not go unnoticed. This year will be joyful. We are not trying to discreetly combine the colours of our armchairs, tables, sofas, and other storage furniture, but rather to clash them.
The patterns are no longer appropriate, and it is in flat areas that the colour invades the furniture. The associations are daring and the play of contrasts powerful.
This year, to give meaning and value to our interiors, the furniture elements that surround us must be both aesthetic and ecological. Designers and manufacturers have understood this well since they now design furniture that combines both function and durability.
Furniture gives pride of place to sustainable materials but also integrates the notions of recycling, short circuit, and longevity into its specifications.
Games of textures
Purity and simplicity are the keywords this year, but what marks the novelty is the treatment applied to the materials from which the furniture is made.
If they want to be durable, ecological, and recyclable, they find themselves transcended by the most daring finishes. The surfaces are smooth, ribbed, striped, and even engraved with geometric patterns and successfully confront each other.
The return to basics begun in recent years is not running out of steam, quite the contrary. However, they are found in a slightly more refined version where raw materials and organic shapes sublimate the material.
Concrete, ceramics, wool, natural fibers, and terracotta are worked by hand. They allow some imperfections to enter our interiors which makes them both more “human” and unique.
Three: the winning number
Number three is a safe bet in decoration since it allows us to bring this feeling of balance between symmetry and asymmetry, ideal to stimulate our interiors and if you had never dared to play this winning trio, now is the time!
Therefore, without hesitation on three suspensions in the dining room, three small tables in the living room, three frames to dress a wall, or three vases (even mismatched) on the fireplace. The interiors will be even more dynamic and definitely in tune with the times!
What do you think of these trends for the upcoming new season? Try out these ideas and transform the interiors of your house completely matching the latest trends.
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