IMM Cologne 2019 has started, and here are all the design trends for the year!
If you’re a design professional or lover, we are sure that you figure out a way to attend one of the most important design trade shows of the world: IMM Cologne! However, if you didn’t have the opportunity to visit it, we’ll unveil the design trends for 2019, presented at the German Design Fair.
The best interior designers and architects attend IMM Cologne to get to know which are going to be the top design trends presented by recognized brands. This year, Contemporary Lighting’s Blog has, first hand, for you all that you should know!
Vintage style is back on business, and it’s always holding hands with industrial design. Rusty, retro and vintage design pieces paired up with simple, yet industrial style lamps create the perfect relaxed atmosphere to gather all the family and friends and throw a little particular cocktail party.
Wood, velvet and fur are the main materials and fabrics chosen to create this style! The trick is to keep it simple and add a bold element, just like a patterned pillow to add some glow!
This year the outside is packing its bags to get inside your home décor! Plants, floral patterns, and natural textures will be the top choices of interior designers and architects.
Mid-century style is one of the top choices when it comes to style décors. The beauty and elegance of the fifties and sixties are invading everyone’s houses! When it comes to mid-century design there are two brands that pop immediately in out minds: DeligthFULL and Essential Home. The two brands decided to join forces, once more, and are presenting its most emblematic pieces in Hall 11.1 | Stand D003.
Pieces as Turner Table Lamp, inspired by Tina Turner, Botti Flor Lamp and Brubeck Wall XL can be seen at the booth.
Speaking about color trends, this year you have to be bold and add as many colors possible to your home décor.
If you are not very in to risk it, you can also add some details with bright colors that are certainly to pop up in the room!
This year is all about aesthetics and functionality! Minimalistic design pieces are chosen to complete the home décor and create some balance.