The only thing we can really say for sure is that the interior design trends for 2017 can be seen as surprising, intriguing and fresh – and we don’t want the imagination to fail while trying to predict them.
So, if you are curious, take a peek with us!
Modern Furniture With Retro Inspiration – the 60’s and the 70’s are Back
Fantastic furniture pieces designed in the 60s but stopped from production were displayed at Milan’s exhibition as well and stood out as long lost pieces of art finally found their place amongst the public. The development of the modern production technology made it possible for those designs to see the light of day again.
Another example of how the modern technologies made it possible for the beautiful curves of the past to find their way into the contemporary design brands is this solid wood chair – the Clad Easy Collection of Sollos designed by Jader Almeida. Suitable for home, office, inside and out – this masculine sculpture possesses an unexpected elegance and grace.
Image Credits: Interiorzine
In his creation PH 3½ pendant, Henningsen used a series of layered shades to both spread the light and conceal the light bulb, thus creating a softer more diffused lighting.
Image credits: Poul Henningsen
Minimalistic Bathrooms for Urban Dwellings
When it comes to the size and the shape of the bathroom design composition, the trend is going in the direction of smaller and more private spaces. After the temporary pick off large and massive bathtubs, we observe the more intimate and minimalist directions when it comes to bathroom combinations. The shape and the size of toilets zincs and bathtubs are considerably reduced, not only to fit better in the smaller urban apartments but also to introduce a sense of restrained elegance and intimacy. So smaller does not mean less – there is no compromise with its comfort, style, and functionality.
Project of Garcia Cumini for Agape – Dot Line collection
Colourful Furniture – The Mid-Century Inspiration
The furnishing becomes more and more adequate to the working atmosphere requirements and in home decor, the oblong shapes, soft textures, and organic materials tend to create tranquil and serene ambience supplemented by warm, mild colours and soft forms – composing a space where one can escape and relax. So this search of harmonic, relaxing ambience it stays as a milestone.
Interiors set-up by Studiopepe for Spotti Milano.
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