A fusion of “Japanese” and “Scandinavian,” the word “Japandi” has been on everyone’s lips for more than a year. Blending the simplicity and warmth of Scandinavian interiors with the pared down Japanese Zen spirit, it’s definitely the trend to follow in 2020. The Japandi style seeks simplicity and authenticity in everyday life. Here we offer a glimpse into the origin of this new trend: the encounter between Scandinavian design and the Japanese art of living.
In the ever changing world of design and modern furniture, inspiration comes from many places. The Salon Del Mobile in Milan and Maison & Objets in Paris are two excellent sources. In the realm of colour, the Pantone Color Institute is the world’s authority, and nearly 10 million designers, interior decorators, architects and retailers follow its lead.
Every year in December, these creative professionals await the announcement of Pantone’s Color of the Year. The much anticipated reveal sparks a great deal of speculation and conversation.
The trend towards rounded shapes is all the talk of community designers. Read on to learn more about this soft and sensual interior design trend!
Have you ever enjoyed curling up with a good book, sipping a warm cup of tea, nestled under a faux fur throw and thought, I could do this every day? Well, nothing evokes comfort and unwinding more than a stylish accent chair.
People have always had a love affair with leather, and this noble and stylish material adorns many Canadian interiors. But this season, it is coloured leather that is all the rage! Let’s take a look at this trend.
Mobilia has spotted the three leading interior design trends for this summer: sunset colours, ethnic influences and botanical touches, and the Scandinavian trend with its pastel hues.