We’ve been seen a lot of neutral minimalism and the promise is that this interior design trend will still reign in 2022. What does it mean to you? Does it say white walls, wooden floors and wide-open French windows? Does it look like block sofas, strong architecture, muted colors and patterning? Minimalism doesn’t have to mean choosing simple or boring furniture and accessories.
Less information and warm neutral tones blend with luxury and sophistication. Simply meaning ‘less is more’, minimalism can help focus your room on your desired mood or theme. In 2022, it’s time to rethink what was good the last year to bring the best with us and leave space for new things. This trend follows the cozy, elegant line and it’s a treat for sore eyes – we like comfort and we don’t want to let it go.
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Nature in its rawest form flows through this charismatic furniture piece as lava flows during a volcano eruption. Cay Mirror embodies Nature’s ultimate scream, molded by casted brass and a flat mirror. Allow yourself to hear the ultimate call, feeling its strength and reflecting it into your urban lifestyle.
Royalis Rug looks like it came from a distant future, a dystopian one. Its nature is glitchy, like an error that came for the good. Contemporary design can have a lot of faces and expressions but, for us, what really defines “contemporary” is the ability to dazzle through unusual ways.
Koi Center Table table tops in glass or marble that you can choose to better fit in your ambiance. The Koi scales from the sides of the tables shine and reflect – on its brass surface – the sun caught throughout the clear water. Koi and the Japanese word for love or affection are homophones, making the carp also a symbol of love and friendship.
Novak Sofa is a sofa that combines some details from mid-century style with a contemporary design vision. Perfect for any living room where neutral minimalism reigns.