Masquespacio Studio; Award winning creative consultancy have created what I would call a mash-up of a Jungle 80’s Luxe paradise. The strong bold colour palette paired up with the luxe velvet materials and the crazy greenery is a designers dream (It’s definitely my dream). Peaches with dark and cool blues and teal create a fun palette which takes me back to the 80’s. Give your kitchen a splash of colour with the Gubi Beetle high chair in green canvas and don’t be afraid to layer up different textures. Rattan has been a popular material used by a lot of designers this year which you will also see a lot of in the next coming year. Patricia Urquiola has yet again designed the beautiful Luna Cabinet that holds items within a drum-shaped volume divided into compartments. Lightly are my go to for simple and timeless design for homewares, add a touch of peach to your interior with the palm springs large clay vessel and don’t forget to add some green.
Tait furniture has a beautiful range of outdoor furniture which can be easily used indoors. Colour powder coated metal always adds a bit of fun to an interior and gives more of a relaxed vibe to a space. There’s no rule to have outdoor furniture purely for the outdoors- have a bit of fun and bring it indoors. Mathilda chair manufactured by Moroso and designed by yet again the lovely Patricia Urquiola come in a range of great colour blocking combos. Lighting is what gives a space ambience so choose interesting pieces that aren’t boring but playful like the Blom table lamp by Andreas Engesvik. Amazing duo Josephine Choquet and Virgile Thevoz showcased their brass and acetate Acapulco lights at the Milan fair this year which seemed to be a major trend at this year’s fair.