Stockholm Furniture Fair & Light: Trends

The Scandinavian interior design is synonymous with minimalism, simple shapes, undeniable sophistication and excellence. The biggest source of inspiration in this unique way to decorate is the Stockholm Furniture Fair & Light, fair for over six decades attracts curious, architects, designers and journalists to Stockholm, eager to know what will be ripping off sighs of those passionate about decoration. As usual, the wind-which this year took place between days 4 and 8 February was responsible for presenting some of the trends for 2014 and 2015. The main of them illustrate today’s post.
Get inspired!


Pure classic
The interior decoration has become increasingly personalized and individual (as we’ve talked about here). This trend encourages the mixing of styles to create a look and feel even more unique. The color palettes are discreet and contrast with hot metals, white marble and stones.


Secret gardens
The colourful and floral climate follows firmly in fashion in 2014/2015 and apply also to the interiors. The trend “secret garden” features vintage pieces with romantic touch mixed with contemporary furnishings and vibrant colors in total harmony with neutral tones. Flexible and lighter furniture for both indoor use about free will become increasingly present in the houses of the most attuned.


Natural elements
The Nordic-inspired design is known for his use of natural materials and the next season hold on tight this trend. Warning for stones, wood and etched along with leather and metals. Techniques such as weaving and twisted details also appear as good ways to compose the environments, both in furniture and decorative items and blankets.


Aqua Marine
A new face for the classic decoration with ares, the trend nautical “aqua marine” presents details in shades of blue, green and turquoise to white. From China to furniture upholstery, the maritime climate follows up and promises to take account not only of the decoration of coastal homes, but also urban.