Top 5 decorating trends to warm up your home this winter


We bring you the top five interior trends and products that caught our attention this season.

Commodities earn a solid reputation

New obsessions of the season, barely sculpted furniture favors its materiality. Left unfinished for a raw and textured appearance, a plaster side table or a concrete decorative object seem to borrow the codes of an almost rudimentary vocabulary to better anchor themselves in modernity.

The T-shaped brutalist mineral sculptural table by Danish brand Ferm Living in Bianco Curia marble features rough, hand-chiseled edges, making each piece unique.

Celebrating 10 years of Tunisian craftsmanship, Rock the Kasbah’s Mediterranean-inspired No. 2 Lamp, featuring a palm fiber shade and green glazed ceramic base, offers the perfect carefree, rustic look for life by the sea, while the Magali pendant in the form of a rattan cage by Lucide fits perfectly in a country house.

The oversized and heavy look triumphs in the seats

In the wake of the pandemic, the trend towards total comfort has accelerated. Sofas, armchairs, poufs and other living room furniture took on voluminous, domed, pebbled or tube shapes in response to the sudden need to summon soft shapes for everyday use.

Impossible to miss, young and established brands are embracing this plush seating model, like the puffy and snug Cloud sofa from PH Collection, the wraparound and curvy Bollinger cream curled swivel chair from Eichholtz, the comfortable large family sofa from JF The Reborn Home and the glamorous velvet of Le Noir. Quilted Kri sofa.

Sculptural furniture makes its show

No longer content with their utilitarian status, vases, tables and chairs are transformed into precious, but much more affordable works of art. Perfectly in tune with the times, their audacious and refined silhouettes seduce and captivate.

Inspired by ancient Chinese vases, the elegantly sculpted one meter tall Bubl Giant ceramic sphere vase by 101 Copenhagen features a strong visual language of smooth shapes and sharp edges.

Re-editing four historic Aldo Rossi pieces, UniFor’s geometric reclining Parigi chair features a red rectangular seat and back interrupted by two dynamic curves forming the black aluminum arms and front legs.

Anchored to the ground with a strong presence, the Sumo armchair from Maison Dada is enhanced by an enveloping backrest, while the Möbius console from Maison Parisienne is an endless loop mixing interior and exterior signed Pierre Renart, which combines traditional cabinetmaking to new technologies.

Organic shapes invade our decor

Sinuous forms inherited from nature are essential in our decor. Both small and large objects thus display an irregular appearance, highlighting the most fashionable materials of the moment.

Handmade in Paris by Jean Roger, Laura Gonzalez’s Acropora glazed earthenware candlesticks look like a living form between a cactus and a coral.

The undulating Rivage luminaires by Market Set in thermoformed Varian sheets – a material combining linen with biodegradable PLA invented by Culture iN – evoke the traces of the ocean moving away from the sand, while Pascale Morin is inspired by the earth and from the sea of ​​his native Brittany to imagine porcelain pieces like the Astre aux Pointillés sculpture in the guise of a sea creature.

The decor rounds off its sharp angles

This season, our interiors are dressed in soft, undulating shapes to better welcome us. With winter fast approaching, we want to curl up in furniture with curved profiles.

Join two geometric Big Talk lounge chairs from Blå Station for a snake-like creation similar to a Victorian loveseat.

Tribute to the great Italian architect Gio Ponti, Molteni&C|Dada reproduces his Round D.154.5 chair in the shape of a soap bar originally designed in 1954 as a declaration of stylistic freedom after the end of the Second World War and the availability of innovative materials and technologies.

Drawing inspiration from its jewelry-making heritage, Kopar embraces the uniqueness and appeal of aged brass and copper to create unique round tables, while Bibelo’s minimalist and graphic Surface Wall Shelf and Console Table are constructed from two flat stones. shaped surfaces.


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