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Five trends from Milan Design Week

13 Jul 2023

Salone Del Mobile at Milan Design Week was back with a bang for 2023 and our team were there to get the inside scoop on what is set to be trending in interiors in the next few years.Here are the highlights.

Salone Del Mobile is a great way of tapping into the current zeitgeist of the interiors worldAnd what certainly became clear at this year’s show is there is set to be a huge shift towards more joyful interiorswith colour and texture at the forefront of trends.There is also an underlying feeling of glamour as people look to bring more personality and ‘special touches’ into our homes.

When we look at lighting, furniture and beds, it’s about re-creating those 5-star hotel and high quality restaurant experiences at home.We loved how glamour and luxurious comfort came ahead of function at this year’s showthe trends are certainly continuing the movement towards home interiors for wellbeing and quiet luxury that has become a more mainstream home trend this year.

Move over bouclefluffy fabrics are trending

Offering the upmost in tactility and cosinesssofas and chairs in teddy bear style fabrics are a trend we are certain will be hugely popular. There is no denying that these sofas and chairs would make a gorgeous statement in any homewho wouldn’t want to snuggle down in these sumptuous fabrics.

We launched our Fairy chair earlier this year and it’s a hugely popular choice and ideal for this look.

Tetrad Fairy Chair

Sofas are becoming more versatile than ever

Our interior spaces are more fluid than everwe need multifunctional spaces for work, rest and play and as such modular sofas are becoming even more multifunctional. Modular sofas allow people complete flexibility to create seating arrangements to suit their needs and specific occasions.This versatility is seen as a much more sustainable approach to furniture. We spotted lots of examples with built-in coffee tables and moveable backs adding even more function to these pieces. Fabrics were slouchy and luxurious to create the ultimate lounging space.

 Sits Cleo Corner Sofa

Circular statement chairs took centre stage

At Milan Design Week, statement chairs featured heavilyThere were lots of luxurious and tactile snuggler and accent chairs with curves galore.Curves continue to trend in interiors and these cocooning chairs are a great way to get the look at home. Get the look with our Hatton swivel chair.

Get the look - Hatton Swivel Chair

Coffee tables come in twos and threes

One of the easiest trending looks to replicate from Salone Del Mobile is the use of multiple coffee tables to create a 2023/24 design statement. Using an established interiors tactic of displaying items in multiples (usually threes), adding more than one coffee table into a design scheme can create areal structural statementthe perfect way to add some understated glamour into a scheme. We saw lots of configurations of coffee tables grouped in twos and threes with mis-matched materials, organic shapes and a variety of sizesall great ways to add tactility and interest to a space

Get the look - Carrera Coffee Table

Colours were vibrantbut paprika (burnt orange) and mulberry are the ones to watch

Colour is a great way to give your interiors an instant update and Salon Del Mobile was certainly not lacking in vibrancy. Vivid patterns, maximalism and exuberant colour combinationsthere was a joyful and dopamine-induced feeling surrounding the show which was great to see. However rust, terracottapaprika, and a splash of mulberry were the shades that we saw coming through time and againwe are predicting that these colours will be everywhere by the end of the year so start to build them into your design now to stay ahead of the curve


Brooklyn 4 Seater, Plush Rug






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