Trend Report: All You Need For Fabulous Interiors W/ iSaloni 2018
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The ’70s are back and we can’t deny it any longer. With soft and vibrant hues making a comeback, this year interior design trends from iSaloni 2018 promise a modern taste of what the 1970’s were without forgetting its essence. From mango to green, from luxurious to comfortable, this year brought alive the handmade and customizable essence of what we are really looking for: unique pieces. Particular, one of a kind pieces that mean us. So, stay tuned. You’re about to enter the world of Salone del Mobile 2018 trends.
The last installment of the biggest trade show of the design world has ended this past weekend. If you weren’t there, fear not because we bring you all the scoop to make your interior design project have the IT trends of the Italian trade fair. With stunning visual displays and appealing to all of the senses, this years’ iSaloni Milano was all about luxury living with comfortableness. Basically, the perfect match. Paired with lots of innovations, this year was the one to celebrate the uniqueness of disruptive space. Captivating, intricate details were just of the appearances of the Milan trade show.
As we were talking about the ’70s, the mango and moss green came back with full force. Shades of orange combined with the striking moss green were all over the trade fair. Along with this impressive tones, mint and sage are some of the striking colors you’ll be able to see in outdoor and indoor furnishings.
Now, how thelighting scene was stealing the show. Although this was Eurocucina year, lighting was present with a clear sign of fun, oversized fun might we add, fixtures were the ones with drama effect with elements popping out like no other. Just take a look at what the mid-century world brought and you’ll see what we mean.
Onto the shapes shall we? Geometric bohemian shapes took over with shades of pink. A closer look at what the German brand Dante Goods and Bads and you’ll see what we mean! With a contemporary take, the materials work perfectly into the products making them practical and pretty. Bold shapes with warm colors and natural movements all in one.
Nature inside your home is the big trend of the year. Touches of sand, stone, and clay were a big part of the fair and we won’t doubt they will be for your interior design project as well! Paired with, once more, green and purple, this is a clear mention of plants. Combined with bolder accents through walls or accessories this trend really comes alive.
Onto the furniture part of the thing, this year was the one to celebrate touch. That’s right. Furniture is meant to be lived and touched. When it comes to upholstery, this year’s motto of the Italian trade fair is that furniture is meant to be handled in a tactile way. Velvet upholstery in DelightFULL’s and Essential Home stand was just one of the examples.
Marble is making a comeback. Showcasing pieces of marble as a lightweight material, the rise of the material is a clear win. Just have a look at Lago’s experiments with its XGlass finish, meaning, a pattern that is digitally printed onto glass, and you’ll see why.
Maximalism is somewhat back. Seletti is once again the usual suspect and it brought magnificent pieces to the Milan Furniture Show 2018. With collections in collaboration with Toiletpaper and Studio Job, Seletti is once again, the one to bring a clash. From profanity-adorned cushions made for room sets that had different looks from where you’re standing to chip flooring with pop art style women, well, what can we say? The vintage motifs are our doom.