Image from: An Architect’s Dress Code | Coffee with an Architect.
So, this week it has been Formex in Stockholm. It´s a fair that shows the latest trends in interior design twice a year. This time the main trends are pastel colors, a natural theme with a lot of wood, dark grey/black, luxury and drama with dark colors, velvet, leather as well as industrial influences, inspiration from the 50´s with neat furniture and graphic patterns. So it´s a mix where a lot of different styles are brought to the front but one thing is for certain; the black and white minimalistic trend that we have seen in recent years seems to be over for this time.
Photos: Susanne Ellingsworth/Expressen
Photo above: Pastel colors and furniture influenced by the 50’s.
Photo above: Natural theme with a lot of wood and natural colors, dark grey, brown, green.
Photo above: Luxury and drama with dark purple, velvet, leather, silk and chandelier.
Photo above: Inspiration from the 50’s with a neat sofa from House Doctor.
Photo above: Industrial inspiration with wallpaper looking like old, rusty metal.
Photo above: Last years trend with moroccan tiles has transformed to a more nordic pattern.
Photo above: Textile with graphics influenced by the 50’s.
Nice carafe designed by Markus Johansson for Sagaform. I like the pale colours and the design.
Read more: Birdie av Markus Johansson | Sagaform.
Plug lamp from Form Us With Love is not just a lamp but also provides an electrical socket. Just in case You need one extra for charging your phone or laptop.
Desiger: Form Us With Love
Photograph from Form Us With Love.
The Swedish classic pendant “Bumling” from Ateljé Lyktan. First made in 1968 but never goes out of style and is still popular.
Designer: Anders Pehrson
City Trivet in powder lacquered steel with design Stockholm or Gothenburg, very nice.
Designer: Men at Work
Store: Artilleriet, Gothenburg, Sweden