[en] This year homes are starting to leave their doors open ever so slightly so as to create more ample spaces where you can relax and socialize at the same time. Homes that preserve a sense of intimacy and security yet seek organization, harmony, peace and a way to switch off for all its inhabitants. Viefe® is going to tell you about the new decorative trends for this year and we’ll combine them with knobs, handles and wall hooks that we feel best adapt to them.
Green hope: Green, in all its distinctive shades, will fill your walls and furniture. Olive green, lavender green, lime green, pine green…velvet sofas, kitchen and bathroom walls, small plant pots, curtains and tables for the hallway. The freshness and vitality of this colour will fill your home with hope.
“Less is more”: Minimalism continues to be one of the main trends, but this time combined with warm finishes such as wood. This new style of minimalism seeks to avoid expansive decoration, giving more importance to the warmth of the architecture itself and prioritizing functionality.
“More is the best”: Maximalism has sneaked in as one of the new trends in interior decoration, and intense colours, bright finishes, neons, flowers and a strong expression of the seventies style is on its way. Ornaments and singular pieces full of colour and positivity blend with more modern, contemporary shapes to create striking surroundings full of joy. Patterned armchairs and wallpaper create fun spaces full of colour.
Without corners: Furniture is now coming with smooth, curved lines that remind us of vintage designs, but with more neutral colours that hark back to nature. Furniture with organically shaped lines that embrace you and generate spaces synonymous with relaxation and comfort.
Current Eco-trends: A passion for nature continues to be a trend. Natural materials such as wood, ceramics, lino, cotton and ivory will soon be the protagonists of your interiors. Ivory really stands out with its colours full of character such as ivory red or ivory with golden elements which contrasts with the other natural materials.
Lively interiors: Plants play a fundamental part here. Vertical gardens really stand out and plants incorporated as part of the decoration in rooms themselves. Mixing them with natural materials and textiles means you can achieve unique little worlds which allow you to drift away and really get in touch with nature.