How To Use Natural Color Schemes And Organic Forms In Your Dining Room
A new year, by its very nature, usually brims with optimism and the promise of fresh starts – your dining room included. Many of the top design trends of 2022 are iterations of those we saw in the previous two years, but, thankfully, it’s not because we’re resigned to the fact that every day feels much like the one before. Instead, we’re being more true to ourselves and what feels good. Consumers’ love affair with soothing greens and blues and earthy tones continues, but it’s not necessarily simply a case of aesthetic preferences. “Research shows that natural color schemes and organic forms like those found in nature reduce stress, lower blood pressure and heart rate, increase productivity and creativity, and make us happier,” says Michelle Lamb, who is the editorial director at The Trend Curve.
Oka Dining Chair was inspired by the interesting dialogues of the Bakaya people, whose word for “listen” is oka. This upholstered dining room chair in cotton velvet dazzles in its simplicity and will stand gracefully in a dining room set.
Apis I Dining Table was inspired by the royalty of the bees, originally called Apis in Latin. It features a small tabletop in stained oak with brass details and a base in matte brass. Place it in a modern dining room and this round dining table is sure to impress.
Just like the God of the sky and the rising sun, Horus II Suspension Lamp promises to be a reference in modern interior design. Featuring a structure in matte black lacquered brass and shades in crackle glass, this chandelier is perfect for creating a grand reveal over a fierce living room sofa.
Kayan Round Mirror will surely spice that boring wall in your dining room. Kayan women are known for using neck rings with the intention of lengthening their necks. All the way from Myanmar, Kayan Round Mirror is made of a unique aged brushed brass structure.