It is May and we cannot escape it any longer: summer is just around the corner. But what happens when it comes to interior design trends? After two years of COVID-19, trends like Fresh Start show that we are ready for simplicity and functionality.
One of the biggest ongoing trends is an eye for sustainability and natural elements. We want warm and cosy, but with a touch of modernity. Those natural elements include a lot of plants. Natural materials such as rattan will also stick around for a while. Of course, we also see this in bamboo in the interior. Something that used to be outdoors, can now be brought inside. Thus, we see bamboo screens, but also wall coverings becoming increasingly popular. You can also create your own Urban Jungle by using bamboo as a planter.
Lovers of the Scandinavian style of living will be delighted by the new hybrid living trend called "Japandi". Here, the modern flair of Scandinavian design combines with the timeless elegance of a Japanese aesthetic to create a style that brings together the best of both worlds. In this style of living, you'll find fewer raw materials, but everything is neatly finished. The eye for sustainability remains and bamboo flooring fits in perfectly. For the creative among us, we offer a sawing service, the plates are then cnc sawn to size. This makes it extra easy to put together your dream furniture yourself.
A home trend that stems from the current pandemic is "Fresh Start". In Fresh Start, attention is paid to detail and functionality. The colours are light and natural, giving everything a fresh look. With work mostly taking place at home, we are looking at multifunctionality of spaces. Because of this, folding screens get a lot of attention. Furthermore, there is attention for the environment. This means that products that are part of a circular economy get more attention. Recycling has never been so important. Therefore, natural materials and resourcefulness are strongly emphasised. Our bamboo products fit in very well with this.
The home office is often part of a larger room. That Fresh Start is the new living style can be seen from many elements. The white walls, folding screens (which also fit into the circular economy), the cork board and bamboo desk made of sheet material. Functionality and sustainability are clearly paramount.
The simplicity and the soothing colour theme beautifully express the elegant Japandi style. Here, the staircase is finished with bamboo sheet material, which again emphasises the eye for sustainability.
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