Every year, Milan proclaims to the world what new looks will reign in interiors, what’s hottest and what’s on the way out. With interiors, just as with fashion, trends should be approached with some caution. You need to keep your finger on the pulse, but there is no reason to repaint your entire home straight away.
History repeats itself — that’s nothing new. Every creator reaches for the classics of yesteryear to use in contemporary designs. What was once fashionable returns, but in a surprising new version. The same is true of interior trends. For some time now there has been a fashion for the styles of those times, served to us in an unexpected way.
Fabrics in exotic patterns, lots of green. This is a trend which should please not only travel enthusiasts, but absolutely everyone who likes being surrounded by nature. There has been a trend for green in our interior decoration for some time, and now that the Pantone Institute has declared a green called Greenery 2017’s colour of the year it seems even more appropriate to go green at home.naturą.
We are increasingly on the lookout for plants which will not only decorate our homes but also be a designer gimmick. Many catalogues, materials and displays feature green installations. In a bottled forest, everything looks and behaves like in a natural forest. All that changes is its scale.
Hygge (“huu-ge”) is a word which defines the lifestyle philosophy that makes the Danes the world’s happiest nation. It means natural bliss, relaxation and peace. In a word, everything that puts us in a good mood. This single unassuming word has recently found a place in our dictionaries as well, it seems, as our lives. A new trend has been born — from now on everyone is hygging.ują.