As the weather changes and we find ourselves entering fall, design projects, renovations and redecorations gear up for this stylish season. We research the biggest inspirations and we take a look at the biggest trends in the interior design world for fall 2018.
The new style of living is increasingly bound to tradition. People are seeking new ways of reinterpreting classic décor. We believe that the fall trend is to give an idea of freshness and novelty with color harmonies: brown, honey, orange rust and barn red
The color of earth, wood, stone, wholesomeness, reliability, elegance, security, healing, home, grounding, foundations, stability, warmth, and honesty, is a natural, neutral color that is typically associated with the seasons of fall and winter.
The color of sunshine, hope, and happiness. Yellow stands for freshness, happiness, positivity, clarity, energy, optimism, enlightenment, remembrance, intellect, honor, loyalty, and joy.
From sweet smelling peach and energizing coral to vibrant tangerine, spicy ginger and earthy terra cotta the meaning of orange is inexorably linked to the sensations of radiant energy, heat and the glowing presence of the setting sun. Taking its heat from two radiant sources, red and yellow, orange is perceived as the hottest of all shades. No matter where or how it is used, even a small touch of vitamin-enriched orange adds liveliness to any color palette.
Throughout history, red has signaled excitement, dynamism and heat. The color of life and the color of danger, the color of romance and the color of excitement, red elicits the strongest of emotions in every culture. Red is the highest arc of the rainbow, the longest wavelength of color and is believed to be the first color that a baby sees. Just as a child is drawn to candy, we are irresistibly drawn to red; a physiological attraction that is beyond our control. Advancing forward in our line of vision, it is the never-to-be-ignored hue that instantly commands our attention from early infancy on.
From the purplish browns of traditional historic furnishings, to the more ethic mustards and tobaccos of African animal prints with modern exotic geometries, for this season, we recommend the brand new hand-woven wall-covering full of different textures and pattern made of New Zealand Wool, Botanical Silk and Lurex. They combine these trendy fall/winter colors and they are perfect to provide the sense of warm and comfy place.