Salone del Mobile Inspiration
Throughout this post we are share Milan Salone del Mobile Inspiration. We take great pride in our Interior Design projects. Finding the best possible products, establishing new supplier relationships and fresh inspiration for our projects is paramount to providing an excellent and valuable service for our client experience. Therefore, visiting Salone del Mobile was a no brainer for us this year.
Dark Earthy Tones
Moody earthy tones were here there and everywhere! This is a colour palette that will never outdate as its inspired by Mother Nature and the great outdoors.
Subsequently if this is your thing, now is your time to really start to think about how you can implement. Why not embrace this type of gorgeous colour palette. Done in the right way and in a dramatic way can be truly stunning. We recommend this colour palette if you would like to create warmth, an inviting space and ambience. Don’t be afraid to paint the walls in earthy tones too. Don’t forget about including the woodwork and ceilings for a really dramatic and stunning effect.
Textured Wall Finishes
This is something we have been seeing lots of over the past few years and it’s truly gorgeous. Whether it was microcement, venetian plaster or limewash paint. We loved to see this finish and really reaffirmed our love for textured walls.
Providing textured walls adds extra layer of depth and interest to a space. Paired with woven fabrics and furniture with interesting surfaces has the ability to take any space to the next level. Creating an element of timelessness and a high end look.
We are really looking forward to our up and coming interior design projects, where we are looking to introduce this glorious wall finish.
Introducing plants is always a great way of providing fresh inspiration and the outdoors in. We saw lots of glorious oversize plants which really worked. Go as large as possible to really make an impact. Think about the tones in the room too and which plant is going to work best for your scheme. Additionally, don’t forget to look into whether this is going to make a good houseplant for you before you go ahead!
Textured Textiles & Weaves
We adore textured textiles and weaves. Seeing these different weaves over and over again in different tones thicknesses. This really creates a subtle and gentle level of interest.
If you’re unsure on how to introduce texture, start small with scatter cushions. Having at least three different textures within the textiles in a room is a great way to start adding interest. Adding texture in different weaves and colours. Rather than print, this is a great way to create a timeless space that isn’t going to outdate. Creating a space which you can continue to build on over time.
Interactively Creates Interest
Process, process, process! As creators we are constantly trying to show our process to help engage our audience. This was a reaffirming thought for us, as we watched on.
There were lots of creators and makers really showcasing their process. Whether that be;
- By hand
- Having people showing examples of how to move a certain piece of furniture
- Video content
And so this is certainly a way of capturing somebody who might be a little bit interested even more so! Getting to know a little bit about behind the scenes and an exclusive ‘how to’ insight
Organic Shapes & Curves
It was gorgeous to see organic shaped pieces coming together. Whether that be furniture, bespoke fitted furniture or lighting. Create an usual and interesting space. A touch of softness and femininity. These gorgeous shapes aren’t going anywhere anytime soon. This is something which we continue to observe and love introducing to our interior design projects.
Thank you for taking the time to read our recent blog post on, “Salone del Mobile Inspiration”. We hope you found it interesting and are able to also take some further inspiration. Looking to introduce inspiring design and access to top brands for your interior design project? Get in touch with us today. We are based in the Manchester and Cheshire areas in the North West of England. Additionally we cover areas further afield too.