Interior Design Trends: The Trends To Follow in 2020 ⇒ With 2019 almost over, it’s time to focus on the new year approaching and how to apply the top interior design trends to your space. With so many design styles you can follow, ranging from Classic, Contemporary, Eclectic, Mid-Century and Modern, Best Design Guides brings you some moodboards and products from the top luxury brands in order to inspire you. Enjoy!
The Classic Style, just like the name shows, is in itself the definition of iconic. Its elegance and comfort remind us of art, to the antique and to symmetry. The aesthetical appeal of this movement is able to make you feel longing, even bringing up a nostalgic feeling.
Classic Design Style is all about harmony, order and friendly charm. In interior design, neutral paint on the walls is the ideal canvas for this deco, so that it can hence the room’s furniture, artwork, and accent pieces. Inspired by the 18th and 19th-century European decor, this is a timeless style, rich with history.
The Scottish Loch Maree is surrounded by a picturesque mountain with a rugged landscape. MAREE Sofa portrays that rough landscape softened by the tufted cotton velvet. This impressive living room sofa gives a modern flair to the classic chesterfield sofa.
The word “contemporary” means of the moment, making the Contemporary Style really hard to define. Dating back to the 1970s, this style is unique because it borrows elements from many other movements and styles. In it, you can see inclinations to modern, traditional, art deco and even futuristic design.
A Contemporary Design Style decoration is defined by simplicity, subtle sophistication, deliberate use of texture and clean lines. The contemporary interior is filled with space instead of things. They focus on colour, space, and shape, and are sleek and fresh. The colours in the contemporary style are mainly neutrals, black and white. The palette is often punched up and accented with bright and cold colour that play against neutrals.
Saya de Malha Bank, the largest submerged ocean bank in the world, inspired the creation of SAYA Mirror. It is composed by a polished nickel concave frame, with an undulating surface covered in casted brass details, and a convex mirror. These shapes recreate the oceanic bank that was named by Portuguese sailors when they were sailing between Cape of Good Hope and India.
Eclectic Style decoration movement started with the Fine Arts and Architecture, whose artists prided themselves in not adhering to any particular style. Eclectic Style may seem unattained, however, eclectic spaces celebrate the harmonizing of seemingly disparate styles, textures, and colours.
Eclectic Design Style is a mix of high and low, rugged and luxed, bold and quiet. It reflects confidence in your design style and personality. Finding the nirvana between contrast and cohesive is the key to master this style. Maintaining balance is keeping proportions and silhouettes consistent, and if you are not sure how to start, choose your ‘must-have’ products and build around those, experimenting with rugs, lighting, artwork, and decor.
Namib desert is one of the oldest and largest deserts in the world and NAMIB Bonnet Sofa pays tribute to it. This powerful fabric sofa is upholstered in satin cotton and has legs in high gloss black lacquered, embodying an invigorating strength. It is the perfect twist on a classic piece that will transform any living room set.