Colorful palettes, hypertexture, home wellness – a new way of living arises and we can always count on Maison et Objet to discover upcoming interior design trends. In the world of interior design, just like fashion, everything evolves and transforms. Some interior design trends make a comeback, some disappear and others stand out with a timeless attitude. Have a look and check out some voguish ideas for your home or interior design project!
Interior Design Trends We Spotted at Maison et Objet
Modular sofas are one of the most notable comebacks when it comes to creating the perfect living room and yes, the sofa is back as the focal point of the space. There has been a shift in what customers are looking for some time now – more ‘homely’ comfort seating with deep cushions and more curves generally. Comfort, cocooning and creating one’s own world whether it is La Dolce Vita of the Italians or the hygge of the Danes is a key theme.
Cassia Modular Sofa
Cassia Modular Sofa is the perfect addition to your modern living room. With a hue of brown inspired by the Cassia cinnamon, this ultra-comfortable sofa contains an upholstered back and seating, with symmetric shapes for a chic look. A rearrangeable sofa, that’s both chic and cozy.
Colors are like a universal visual language understood by all. A vital part of any interior design scheme, colors should always reflect the spirit of its homeowners by creating atmospheres that, somehow, make them feel good. Forecasting what’s about to come in 2023, you can expect rainbows of color all the way from the entryway to the dining room.
Pixel Cabinet is an effort to honor the union between design and craftsmanship. The 1088 triangles that complete Pixel Cabinet carry the dedication and art of those who built it – with a diversity of finishes never seen before. The polished brass base gives Pixel Cabinet a unique personality, a strong and at the same time sophisticated character.
Luxury Hospitality is all about the ultimate five-sense experience. Excellent service at all times, a variety of fine dining options, rich cultural agenda – all of this combined makes the ideal luxury hospitality experience. However, no hotel or bar can be luxurious with a remarkable interior design. Maison et Objet, once again, showed us the way.
Mansfield Armchair is our ultimate mid-century modern masterpiece, combining the retro touch from the velvet with the 60’s sleek lines. It is an accent barrel chair atop a sophisticated swivel polished brass base. Its iconic low-slung and crescent shape makes it look like a dislocated piece right from the Mid-century Mad Men era.
Contemporary Modern Design
An empty space is a story waiting to happen, and you are the author. Contemporary Modern Design brings together elements from both styles not only to complement each other but also to create a harmonized space. The Contemporary Modern style has clean architectural lines, being minimal to a fault – the featured architectural designs showcase a sophisticated and timeless elegance. Contemporary Modern colors range from earthy hues and shades of rust, turquoise, brown and olive green. With clean and sleek furniture lines, this style will beautify any room.
Freddo Dining Chair
Freddo Dining Chair is inspired by the mix of hues and colors created in the iced or cold milk over a steaming hot coffee in the greek Freddo coffee. Like the drink, this chic and minimal dining chair is a sublime and tasteful addition to a dining room. With the softness of the boucle seating and back, a walnut stain matte varnish in its two legs and a long back in stainless steel dark bronze varnish, Freddo Dining Chair completes the highly contemporary and minimal design.
Art, design and craft can be difficult to differentiate and are also often in conflict with one another. However, whether you’re an art aficionado or just someone who enjoys beautiful things, you’ll want a home that showcases your collection of artwork, paintings or furniture. Gallery-like interiors will be even more powerful in 2023.
Branch Lamps Hanging
Branch Lamps Hanging collections stand out for their particular forms that make us remember the branch of a tree. An unusual form for a lamp design.
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