Maximilism has made a real breakthrough in current interior design trends for 2022. In contrast to minimalist trends, the maximalist concept is based on the desire for excess under the banner of “more is more”. Eclectic and complex, this theme comes brimming with intense colours, glossy finishes, neon, flowers and the forceful expression of the seventies. Right now we’ll explain just how you introduce this aesthetic into you interiors.
Strongly united with kitsch art, maximalist interiors are full of decoration and unique pieces. The mix of colour with synchronized shapes creates surroundings that are full of life. Floral patterned chairs combined with wallpaper with geometric shapes and with sets of colour are the elements that will allow you to include this style in any interior of your home.
Furniture is one of the major protagonists in this style of interior design. Using green, red, orange or blue tones these elements take on their own personality acting as the focus point of each room. What’s more they are the perfect support to introduce small changes that can make all the difference. The accessories with metallic finishes that we have at Viefe will allow you to fill them with striking contrasts. With the rounded collection of Conic and Bau knobs, you’ll achieve a dynamic look full of vitality in each space. With the robust Arpa and Arpa Plate models you’ll give each door, drawer and wall a strong contrasting look. And, finally, to incorporate this feel of differentiation and character with a more subtle touch, you have the versatile Floid collection, especially in its finish of brushed gold, which visually completes any surrounding adding extra personality.