The trend towards colour palettes and decor options in the past few years has been about focusing on our future, relaxing, ideation, and disconnecting. Last year's Pantone Colour of the Year was Ultra Violet – a deep shade of purple and blue hues to promote originality, futurism, and visionary thinking.
Minimalism in furniture and interior design has long been a staple of modern spaces. No matter what modern furniture and design trends come in or go out, minimalism is one that has always been prominent.
Sofas are often the main focus of a room. Whether in a home, a lobby, a lounge, a restaurant, or an office, sofas are where people congregate, socialize, and relax.
The sideboard as we know it today has been doing sterling storage work since the 18th century, so it’s clearly not a passing fad. When it first came onto the interiors scene, its place was firmly in the dining room.
Wood furniture is often seen as the mark of a traditional decor. Thick mahogany dining tables, ornate wooden chairs, and large, dark storage pieces are often what many people think of when they think of wood furniture.
When choosing a material for a modern table or countertop, it can be overwhelming when faced with so many options. Marble, granite, wood, stainless steel, glass, quartz are just some of the options available – each with their own pros and cons.