The famous Milan Furniture Salon (Salone Internazionale Del Mobile, or simply iSaloni), as well as the entire annual Milan Design Week (Milan Design Week) is an archival event for the entire world community of architects
The famous Milan Furniture Salon (Salone Internazionale Del Mobile, or simply iSaloni), as well as the entire annual Milan Design Week (Milan Design Week) is an archival event for the entire world community of architects, decorators, furniture manufacturers and finishing materials. It sets trends and dictates interior fashion for the whole year.
We visited Milan Design Week 2017 to study the trends carefully, and had time to systematize them and make a list of MUST HAVE, which will make any interior relevant for several seasons ahead.
Please check, top 10 trends in interior design, which can’t be missed:
The hue of fresh greenery this year reigns not only on fashionable catwalks, but also in interiors. However, in the decor other shades of green are more favorable: from bottle to emerald.
Green perfectly “refreshes” any interior style, it is fresh enough to decorate the room with separate elements of trend tones. In the green range, home textiles, carpets, glassware look good. And even the classic interior flashes with other colors, if you add green accents. For example, add a classic pattern to the package with emerald details or choose the upholstery of the seats in a muted green hue.
Blue with yellow
One of the brightest trends in 2017 is the return of the popular blue and yellow combination out of the past. More precisely, the emphasis is still on blue, which is complemented by yellow details. To make this “matrimony” successful, it is important to withstand the actual shades of yellow and blue. This season they are “difficult” – deep, muffled, “powdered.” As if previous seasons’ fashionable pastel colors have evolved adding more depths.
A bold and original trend of modern decor – “cloning” of objects. This method allows you to style interior of fairly ordinary elements and create the attracting a composition similar to an art installation. Note that the “cloning effect” works well with things of simple, geometric shapes. Whereas, complex interior decorations with many details better to leave in a single copy.