Design trends from all around the world
Apr 5, 2021 8:27:40 PM
United Kingdom: color bathroom
The one who says that the British interiors are too boring and fancy, he did not see their bathrooms. Against the background of snow-white and monochrome kitchens, the bathroom stands out noticeably. The British prefer to design it in powdered, dark green or blue tones. For the choppy people there is a neutral alternative: robbery or gray, but definitely not white.
By the way, you can experiment with the mood in the bathroom not only with the help of a shade palette. Light for this purpose is also suitable: for example, bra Darro, with an exclusive slider design, allows you to change the temperature of lighting from warm to cold. The warmer the light, the more comfortable it is in the room.
Here's used the following chandelier: Wall light Darro 637028102
Germany: dark kitchen
In contrast to the whitewashed British, German kitchen is painted in practical dark tones. Black and dark brown, gray surfaces are actively combined with wood, creating universal duets. If total black, presented in the interior with the chandelier Hamburg, seems too gloomy, choose compromise options. For example, a headset with a black top and a white bottom (or vice versa), as in the interior with a Bologna chandelier.
Here's used the following chandelier: Chandelier Hamburg 605012805
The era of monochrome interiors is over. Although Scandinavian interiors are originally considered to be home to pastel shades, accents are increasingly set with "sky colour". This can be a complete accent wall or the Bremen chandelier paired with a blue armchair.
The choice of shade is not accidental: psychologists believe that blue colour promotes harmony and the creative development of the personality. It also soothes and helps to relax.
Here're used the following chandeliers: Pendant light Bremen 606010801
Wooden slats and beams
Scandinavians often use wooden elements in their flats, trying to achieve maximum of comfort. Slats and beams under the ceiling create the atmosphere of a country house, where you feel comfortable and relaxed, away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Such a technique helped to refresh the monotonous black and white colour scheme in the interior with the Hamburg chandelier.
Here's used the following chandelier: Chandelier Hamburg 605014906
Here's used the following chandelier: Chandelier Bologna 639013106
Denmark: small furniture
House prices are rising, and the area of the apartments themselves is decreasing. Under such conditions, a reasonable Scandinavian design with compact furniture and functional solutions is becoming more and more relevant. Folding chairs and beds, built-in equipment, mirrors and white color to expand the space turn into an urgent need. See what a comfortable and miniature dining area was organized in the interior with Chianti chandelier. Yes, this is an old good table-book that can be laid out to receive guests or removed altogether to make room in the kitchen.
Here're used the following chandeliers: Pendant light Chianti 720011601
United States: interior for background
Not so long ago, we learned to build interiors that will look good in the Instagram. Self-isolation and home office updated another request: we all needed a decent background for holding online conferences, negotiations with colleagues and superiors. It always looks different, but most often the home library, racks with unobtrusive decor (as in the interior with the Fusion pendant light). An important thing is a good lighting!
Here're used the following chandeliers: Pendant light Fusion 392018601
France: blue-green tones
The French themselves set fashion. Their interiors have a lot of blue-green gamut. Moreover, both as a dominant palette (an excellent example is in the interior with a Galaxy lamp) and in the form of accents. Such shades are especially popular in kitchens and bathrooms - here they are often combined with tender powder tones.
Here're used the following chandeliers: Table light Galaxy 632036001
Italy: a white kitchen
Italians still prefer traditional white headsets. Only now is a light tree added to them. A practical and universal duet comes out. It is easy to combine with bright accents, and with ornaments, which in Italy are very fond (they were saved for apron and floor tiles). A great example is a chandelier Stuttgart.
Here're used the following chandeliers: Pendant Light Stuttgart 631016901
Japan: contemplative interiors
Panoramic windows are a long-standing "chip" of Japanese interiors. Against the background of quarantine, this trend has become even more stable and widespread. Not everyone was lucky enough to have a private house with a veranda going into the garden, as in the interior with the Aurich chandelier. Therefore, there is growing demand for urban apartments with adjacent terraces, where you can organize your own contemplative platform.
Here're used the following chandeliers: Pendant Light Aurich 496019103
Spain: green oases
Trendsetters say: the more plants are in the house, the better. However, in Spain they will not agree. Here they propose to group plants in one place, creating flower oases. In the interior with the Angle lamp, for example, they occupied the desktop, although it is better to still arrange flower peas in a more suitable place for this. The only nuance is that not all plants will have the same conditions, which means that the same oasis will not work.
Here're used the following chandeliers: Table lamp Stuttgart 631036501