At the end of 2018, world witness Pantone color of the year selection – Living Coral – and a few days after, with the official opening of January furniture tradeshows – IMM Cologne and M&O Paris – interior designers, architects, contractors, FF&E, Project managers and other professionals, will start to seek out the newest & most exciting interior design styles for 2019 … And with this in mind, we have a sneak peek at some of the exhibitors who thought “out-of-the-box” and found a way to bring design furniture 2019 trends that will shape the look and experiences of your next contract projects. Without further ado, let’s dig into this Maison et Objet 2019 Trends report!
*The New Pastels*
2019 will be a year for pastels to growing up. Best loved designers throughout Maison & Objet have embraced a fresh take on pastels, which favours muted tones over pretty pinks & baby blues. Modern shapes are saturated in barely-there blushes, soft sage and lemon yellows, with matt finishes giving a retro edge to an otherwise contemporary look.
Brass and gold details cut through the milky tones of the New Pastels, giving warmth and an altogether more mature edge to the trend.
*Renaissance of Art Deco*
The Art Deco influence has been a huge presence at Maison & Objet 2019, inspiring both textile design and furniture silhouettes. Pink velvet, which was seen across everything from bed cushions & pouffes to statement sofas, is as popular as ever. And when paired with tones of olive green, oxblood and navy, the beautiful blush brings Great Gatsby glam straight into the 21st century. The precise patterns most associated with Art Deco design were seen across lighting, wall art and tableware, with metallic embellishments and fringed detailing adding to the luxe look. It’s curvaceous, it’s textural & it’s opulent. Art Deco Revival is the perfect antidote to your January blues.
*Midcentury style is back*
When we talk about mid-century modern, this is the kind of stuff we see in our minds. The Florence armchair introduced by Essential Home is retro and contemporary in equal doses, suitable for boutique hotel lobbies.
*Nature-inspired design furniture*
Here’s a novelty that clearly reflects the power of Nature-inspired designs. SAYA mirror by BRABBU will surely elevate hotel decoration to another dimension – it’s all about the smallest details. It has attitude and brings both cold and warm feelings due to its incredible combination of metallics.
Inspired in Christian Lacroix’s extravagance and spirit, Rugs Society matched their willingness to fulfil a unique vision for hotel bedrooms, by exploring handmade rectangular rugs for master bedrooms and suite bedrooms.
Sophisticated, cosy and contemporary – the trendiest upholstery pieces have arrived. The GEORGE sofa upholstered with Aldeco Fabrics, reflects an intense way of living and bring an urban lifestyle that can lift a boutique hotel design.
Inspired either in the Ancient Rome and Greek empires, Boca do Lobo brought “This is not an Art Gallery” and with two extravagant luxury lighting pieces:
*The Lumiere suspension lamp is a fearless piece of craftsmanship and design. It was made to enlight and to provoke a reaction – like every piece of art.
*The Lumiere wall lamp within a mirror is an absolute colossus. There’s some kind of mystical vibe on it, converging in a piece that was made for expensive ambiences and luxurious settings…as luxury hotels.
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