The unexpected pandemic we are living in changed our perception of the world and everything around us. The same happened to Fashion and Interior design, leading us to this year’s most impressive trends! CovetED Magazine 19th Editon, Trends Issue, features the best interior design themes of the moment. Some design trends come, some design trends go, but we believe the connection between fashion and interior design is here to stay!
From an art gallery-worthy design, that provides the details on the best products in the luxury design world, to the best trending projects you can have everything in this issue. In-person events may be on hold right now, but this isn’t stopping designers from presenting collections that let us dream. From Schiaparelli and Dior to Chanel and Giorgio Armani, brands are telling their stories via video, look books, and other digital channels.
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When haute couture fashion meets interior design, we have a sight into an exclusive, one-of-a-kind design that shows the designers’ unique style and inventiveness. Many Fashion Weeks take place in the biggest cities in the world, every year and dictate the top trends we should follow. But what happens when fashion trends and the design world come together? Design Limited Edition brings you some amazing interior design trends that are runway-worthy!
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70’s Retro Style
From emerald green to dark blue hues, on a colder spectrum, to orange and yellow mustard hues, on the warmer side, colors are a reflection of the times! For this year, the choice is mature yet bold colors, hot, and earthy colors! This trend can be seen not only in interior design but in the fashion industry as well.
The interest in having a home office has been growing, while this room gets more and more importance nowadays. Having a versatile space, where we can spend the day during a variety of activities is a need, and this applied to the way we dress. So you want to be versatile and flexible, either at home feeling fresh or with your own clothes knowing you can be comfortable and still go from inside to outside at any given moment.
The search for conscious and sustainable elements such as wood, stone, bamboo and so many other organic materials, as a need to bring nature to our indoors has been developing a wellness mood, has been increasing. This can help one to reconnect and strengthen the human-nature connection we all need in order to increase our wellness. With so many of us living in crowded cities where outdoor pollution levels are on the rise and stress is an emerging disease, embracing the use of more organic materials will improve our overall wellbeing, and it’s a rising trend, applied in fashion, and interior design!
Minimalistic style, but make it fashion!
Minimalism is all about giving attention to the essential forms and elements, which makes them the most important. Items should have a touch of luxury, focused on being special like being made by hand and with purer materials. Refined and colder colors are a way to help complement these trend, like stone, metals, and brass. It’s the “less is more” but make it fashion approach that makes it perfect for these new times!