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Interior Design Trends 2024

Take comfort

Shop the conversational cosy trend

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Whether you want your space to be low and lounge-like or cocooning and elegant, layer your living space with tactile home accessories and fabrics to create a relaxed room you (and your friends) will never want to leave.

3 key design elements of the conversational cosy trend

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Adaptable seating

Modular sofas that can easily be adjusted based on the number of people in your group are the key to creating your perfect sociable setup.

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Tactile fabrics

The conversational cosy trend is driven by tactile fabrics, which add depth and dimension as well as comfort and warmth to the overall look and feel.

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Soft lighting

Soft lighting creates a cosy, relaxed atmosphere. Swap your overhead lights for a selection of (strategically placed) lamps and candles.

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The dynamic home

Shop the dynamic systems trend

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Get your home office in order with Calgary and Cupertino. Modern and minimalist in design, these versatile designs seamlessly integrate storage so you can maintain the tidiness of your workspace without compromising on style. Add your own personal touch with considered accessories.

3 key design elements of the dynamic systems trend

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Practicality

The dynamic systems trend prioritises practicality and functionality. The key is ensuring every element within your space serves a purpose.

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Versatility

Multiple-purpose furniture adds flexibility and adaptability to small (and large) spaces. It might be a sofa that converts into a bed or a storage system featuring a minibar.

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Minimalism

The dynamic systems trends relies heavily on minimalism. Embrace a less is more mindset to keep your home in order and clear from clutter.

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All about curves

Shop the curved minimalism trend

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Create a space that is understated yet curated with Bolzano and Modena. Embrace a minimalist mindset and style simply with cosy textures and calming neutrals inspired by nature in green, brown, and beige tones to let the curves shine.

3 Key design elements of the curved minimalism trend

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Curved lines

Curved minimalism blends organic shapes with minimalistic lines. Think rounded corners, plump volumes and curvaceous frames.

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Calming neutrals

For a curved minimalist aesthetic, neutral colours are a must. Choose natural hues like green, brown, and beige to achieve a sense of calm.

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Cosy textures

From plush blankets to bouclé cushions, cosy textures add warmth and comfort to create a relaxed yet inviting interior.

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Past and present

Shop the modern retro trend

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Having designed furniture since 1952, many of our pieces are influenced by the 1950s functionalism wave in Danish furniture design. Look to Fermo, Lungo, Reno and Carlton, as well as Granada and Princeton.

3 Key design elements of the modern retro trend

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Warm wood

In the modern retro trend, wood furniture stands out for its nostalgic appeal, timeless aesthetic and high level of durability.

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Retro touches

Adding vintage-inspired accessories to your space instantly gives it a retro feel. Think playful lamps, vases, cushions and mirrors.

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Clean lines

The modern retro trend favours clean lines, functional design and a focus on simplicity. Choose furniture with a timeless silhouette.

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Neutral colours, organic materials, gentle curves

Incorporate the key elements of modern organic into your home

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Modern organic is a minimalist design style that combines organic forms and gentle curves with natural materials and neutral colours as well as elements of nature.

3 key elements of modern organic

The modern organic trend adds flow, movement and balance to your interiors. Look to organic colours, organic materials and organic shapes to emulate the trend in your home.

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Neutral colours

Soft neutral colours make up the foundation of a modern organic room. Opt for shades of white, grey and brown then add pops of brighter colours for extra warmth.

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Organic materials

From wood and leather to ceramic and linen, the modern organic trend relies heavily on organic materials and natural textures to create a sense of comfort in the home.

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Gentle curves

Modern organic design uses gentle curves to create a dynamic sense of movement and flow. Consider soft silhouettes, curved furniture and rounded elements.

Organic everything

One of the characteristics of modern organic style is the use of natural materials to create a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Achieve the perfect balance of modern and timeless by blending clean lines and smooth surfaces with organic materials and textures like leather, cotton and wool.

We offer high quality fabics, leathers and tabletops, to ensure your modern organic funiture will last you a long time.

Neutral colours, organic materials, gentle curves

Incorporate the key elements of modern organic into your home

Embrace biophilic design in your home

Explore furniture inspired by nature

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Create a relaxing home and feel closer to nature with the biophilic design trend. Think natural forms and natural materials, styled with an abundance of natural light and plenty of greenery.

3 key elements of biophilic design

Many associate the biophilic design trend with house plants, which are seeing a continued boom in interiors around the globe. But the benefits of biophilic design are also reaped from the use of natural light and nature-inspired tones.

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Natural light

Natural daylight plays an important role in biophilic design. Be strategic with natural lighting sources and integrate mirrors and reflective surfaces to ensure a bright well-ventilated space.

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Indoor plants

Plants are one of the easiest ways to bring the outdoors in. From cacti and spider plants to fiddle leaf fig trees and dried flowers, you can never have too many plants.

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Nature-inspired tones

From the reds of the earth to the greens of a forest, integrating nature's colours into your interior design helps to create a connection with the natural world. Go wild!

Stimulate the senses

The biophilic design trend encourages the use of tactile fabrics to stimulate your senses. By choosing natural materials like wood, wool and cotton, you're guaranteed to feel more in touch with nature.

We offer high quality fabics, leathers and tabletops, to ensure your modern organic funiture will last you a long time.

Natural light, indoor plants, nature's colours

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Embrace Japandi style in your home

Explore minimalist and functional furniture

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As the name suggests, Japandi is the interior design approach that is a hybrid of Japanese and Scandinavian aesthetics. The look is minimal, functional, warm and calming; with touches of 'wabi-sabi' enthused imperfection.

3 key elements of Japandi

Minimalism is essential to the Japandi trend. With a focus on high-quality natural materials and a neutral colour palette, the trend aims to create a calming atmosphere in your home.

Young woman enjoying a coffee on the Bolzano chaise longue in light green Lazio fabric.

Natural materials

The natural warmth of wood is revered in both Japanese and Danish design. Work it into your home with key furniture, keeping surface treatments to a minimum.

Laid back living room with the Bolzano chaise longue in light green Lazio fabric.

Neutral colours

Draw inspiration from the traditional neutrals of both Scandinavia and Japan, then complement them with natural tones such as blues, greens and plums.

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Clean lines

Embrace simplicity and incorporate clean and minimal lines into your home to ensure a free-flowing space that is functional and free from clutter.

Nature is key

When it choosing materials for a Japandi-style space, nature is key. Japandi style emphasizes the use of high-quality, natural materials such as wood, cotton and linen.

We offer high quality fabics, leathers and tabletops, to ensure your Japandi funiture will last you a long time.

Natural materials, neutral colours, clean lines

Incorporate the key elements of Japandi style into your home