In a quick and welcoming conversation with the manager designer responsible for the European brand Brabbu, Milan design Agenda was to discover what cannot be missing in Modern Classic Style. Take a look! The classic interior house design originated from European culture, like Victorian and Art Deco also the Greek […]
Milan Design Week 2020 is coming closer and we have joined the best from the last edition.
Interior design trends come and go according to each season and to the tendencies that some of the top brands reveal when it comes to interior design. iSaloni, of course, is one of the most influential showcase events not only for Italy but also for the world. We’ve picked up on a couple of relevant trends that stayed after this event, so you might want to take a little look.
The Italian furniture brand Seletti is the perfect example of this trend, always producing design trends that perfectly blend with modern art concepts. Among some of the products that come from this brand we can point to carpets, dishes, but most notably their lighting products. A look into their stand at iSaloni 2019 is enough to prove our point.
It’s no surprise that multi-functional furniture is still reigning this year especially among those who aspire to have modern home decor. The greatest examples of this trend during Milan Design Week 2019 were Ikea and Sonos that unveiled the Symfonisk line, consisting of speakers that can double up like lamps and shelves.
This year many fashion houses are taking a risk and launching a couple of their own homeware collections, most notably Gucci and Hermes. If you’re a fan of certain fashion brands this could be the chance to introduce those very same colours and patterns to your own household.
Last but not least there are the Lacquered Colours which can be a great idea for decorating a child’s bedroom (as we can see from the example by Circu), but they can also be good choices throughout the rest of the house divisions. Look up a little more info on this multi-layered varnish technique and you will see why this is becoming more popular in contemporary design.