According to trend watchers’ predictions, 2015 will be the year of comfort and simple beauty. In a hyper-connected world, what we want in our house is space for relaxation, meditation and face to face conversations. As seen on the Interior Design website Houzz, these are the six Interior Design trends of the next 12 months.
Since the Eighties, modular sofas, so comfortable and spacious, have always been considered the perfect choice for families. As living rooms have become more relaxed places for lounging, we have less need for formal sofas and more love for a versatile padded zone that lets us sprawl out however we like. Here are some beautiful modular sofas by B & B Italia, Baxter and MDF Italia.
Marsala read is Pantone’s Color of the Year 2015, but according to the Interior Design trend watchers, the protagonist of our homes will be a deep saturated blue. Blue has always been considered the color of calm and gives the rooms a sense of luxury and elegance, especially if combined with velvet like this Flexform Mood sofa.
A rustic table paired with designer chairs, vintage chairs combined with a contemporary table. The watchword is mixing, juxtapose different styles that combine to create contrast and result in an interesting look.
The presence of books makes the house feel warm and “full”. Despite proliferation of ebooks, 2015 will be the year of the great return of bookcases, especially those with a original and asymmetrical design like Random by MDF Italy.
Four-poster beds recall the magic and the romance of one-upon-a-time nights and they are having their moment in Interior Design. Alcova by Maxalto is a contemporary canopy bed with an elegant and light design.
In 2015, objects of desire will be design lamps. When lit they create atmosphere, when off they look like a sculpture. Some examples? Bolero by Cattelan Italy, Random Light by Moooi or Big Shadow by Cappellini.