Give light, freshness and an informal look to your modern interior design. From nautical color schemes to psychedelic colors, or the louche Seventies style from Jonathan Adler, Brabbu knows what is goint to be 2016 Summer interior design trends to follow.
This Summer is about taking the shop bought product and customising it to add character and personality or finding the craftsmen or artist to create the bespoke. Handmade products, furnishings and art like Sequoia center table by Brabbu give place to a warm and honest but energetic future.
Summer is all about natural living and nature. Bernard Otulakowski, managing director, of SieMatic UK says: ‘People are often inspired by where they live and so we’re finding that colour schemes can be very driven by the surrounding landscape. ‘People want to live harmoniously with their environment and so natural materials and muted colours that can be found in nature or within the urban environment are dominating kitchen interior design styles.
Brazilian and Asian themes will be huge this Summer. Brazilian brings out vibrant greens that celebrates the more exotic flora and fauna of jungle and the Forest. The oriental theme is going to enhance style, interest and colour to your contemporary interior design.
What is it Summer without nauticals? 2016 Summer interior design ideas include these nautical and coastal schemes for a relaxed and informal contemporary interior design, giving the impression of salty air and sandy feet – even if you live in the city. Avoid obvious nautical motifs and instead use pattern and colour to create a seaside feel that works equally well in country, urban or coastal homes.
British interior designer Sue Timney says: ‘Valentino, Saint Laurent, Dior and even Victoria Beckham all feature strong black and white designs in their 2016 fashion collections. Little surprise then that this strong trend is also reaching out to the Home for Summer 2016.
This photo translates what we thing when we think about Summer interior design trends. Botanics, psychedelic colours, vibrant patterns. British fashion designer Henry Holland, who will be launching a collaboration with Habitat later this year, says: ‘Expect bold and brash colour clashes, vibrant patterns and a lot of mixed materials as fashion makes its mark on interiors.
Top interior designer Jonathan Adler says: ‘Capture the decade’s excess with over-the-top accessories. Use the old Seventies trick of throwing a big cluster of ostrich feathers into a vase or candle holder. ‘It’s theatrical, it’s camp, it’s of questionable taste, and I love it.’ Louche up your lair with 1970s-inspired swag from Jonathan Adler, the master of modern American glamour. Update your living room interior design with these Summer trends. Bacharach swivel chairs in taupe velvet are an homage to Halstonesque hedonism, while the teal Brigitte armchair will see you kicking back in a white tux quicker than you can say Bianca Jagger.
Colors, colors and more colors. Rattan is making its comeback this summer as a material for the home, both indoor and outdoor. Designers are now looking at how to work this eco-material into more modern interior designs ideas that take advantage of the materials versatility.