Wondering which combinations to choose for your next interior project? Covet House, in partnership with Trendbook, shares a few mood board inspirations featuring 2021 trend materials and finishes! To disseminate color, material and finishes for 2021, three key themes were defined – the engineered environment, organic emotion and colorful collaboration. From these three leading macro themes, several indicators of a staying trend emerged. As part of this quest, design leaders throughout the interiors product category space weighed in on the direction.
Modern 80’s // Retro Feel
Exhilarating colors, well defined geometric shapes and neons are key features for a modern 80s look.
Wellness Trends // Nature Trends
The 2021 trend materials and finishes for this style suit better when combined with natural stones, light woods, neutrals, more cream colors and some greeneries.
Embracing Nature // Sustainability
Modern sustainability, or earth-conscious, are mandatory trends for the 2021-2022 interior design season. Nature trends do not only mean a few plants in a pot. But more of a new lifestyle motto, with more earth-friendly materials and natural finishes.
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Luxury Minimal Design
The less is more model, but with a twist. In this 2021 trend materials and finishes, we can combine metallics with clear and premium materials.
Vegetable Fiber Trends // Organic Materials
Another consequence of embracing nature major trend for 2021, with its evolution for the 2022 interior design season also. Organic materials are a reality within home decor trends.
Trending Furniture Pieces You Must Have
Federico dining chair has a luxurious upholstery design with unique fifties patterns, paired with the ivory back seats. This beautiful piece is a tribute to the great Federico Fellini, one of the best Italian film director and screenwriter, that was known for his distinctive style, which mix of mixing fantasy and baroque images with dreadfulness.
Staying true to the mid-century modern style, Marco armchair brings an uncommon round shape with curvy and comfortable arms. With a very natural and sleek look, as comfortable as it can get, this accent chair strays true to its origins. A retro-inspired statement.
Monocles is a drinks cabinet produced in classic materials such as solid walnut wood with additional brass features and front paneling. It is split into two sections: one with a set of shelves and drawers, accented by brass knurling knobs, and the other is a stylish storage space for cocktails. An insightful mid-century design piece that will seduce you forever.
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