FRESH START

Re­fresh your in­te­ri­ors with a clever mix of up­hol­stery and ac­ces­sories for the new year. Ger­man de­sign stu­dio Stil­büro Bora.herke.palmisano shares their trend fore­cast ahead of their pre­sen­ta­tion at the up­com­ing Am­bi­ente con­sumer goods trade fair

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JOY­FUL AM­BI­ENCE

Happy colour pair­ings (pic­tured be­low) will be in vogue as in­te­rior styling in­creas­ingly be­comes a form of self-ex­pres­sion. Think lively tones of red, pink and green that are in­spired by botan­i­cal themes and vin­tage prints. These vi­brant tones pair well with an eclec­tic mix of geo­met­ric pat­terns and over­sized dec­o­ra­tive ob­jects to cre­ate a play­ful and ir­rev­er­ent air.

NAT­U­RAL EL­E­MENTS

To turn the be­d­room into a peace­ful and tran­quil haven, look to softer colours in­spired by na­ture and fur­nish­ings made with nat­u­ral ma­te­ri­als such as silk, hemp, wool, wood, stone and clay. Ar­ti­san-made ceram­ics and hand-crafted de­tails are on the rise, while de­sign­ers con­tinue to ex­per­i­ment with tra­di­tional craft tech­niques and re­cy­cling to en­sure the sus­tain­abil­ity of each de­sign.

RICH TEX­TURES

A so­phis­ti­cated ma­te­rial palette is es­sen­tial to an el­e­gant and time­less res­i­dence. Pre­ferred ma­te­ri­als in­clude hard­wood, leather, vel­vet, velour and bouclé. Qual­ity crafts­man­ship con­tin­ues to be im­por­tant to the cre­ation of show­pieces made us­ing these fine fab­rics; these can be paired with pieces fea­tur­ing pol­ished sur­faces such as porce­lain or glass.

The joy-filled am­bi­ence fea­tures a colour­ful ar­ray of fur­ni­ture from Hay, Moroso, Serax and Vi­tra

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