5 Interior Design Trends to follow this spring

Interior design trends come and go. It can be hard to keep up with the latest trends but there is no better place to discover the best home decor of the season than at Maison et Objet.

The semiannual trade fair is the go-to event for designers that are looking for the latest news in home decor and furniture. The March edition of Maison & Objet gathered 1800 international brands that presented its recent launches. 

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Gaspard Hermach

Held in Paris, Maison & Objet combined the exhibition at Rive Droite and Rive Gauche showrooms with a new initiative, In the City, where visitors could discover the magic of French design

Through the gallery’s opening, boutiques frenzy and museum line-ups, some themes stood out and will be the new interior design trends for this spring. Let’s find out.

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Élitis Milano

INTERIOR DESIGN TRENDS FOR THIS SPRING

1. Art deco and Memphis are not over

Memphis is one of the most beloved designs and made its appearance around Paris showrooms and at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs. The movement’s colors are still an inspiration for famous designers who don’t believe the 80’s design is over. 

roma cabinet
vettiver rug
niagara table

Discover here some Memphis Style inspired homes.

The 1930s were also represented, from patterned rugs , velvet fabrics to the red tones. Collections by Rinck x Fromental or Oitoemponto, inspired by Art Deco style, became even more nostalgic when presented at centuries-old rooms. 

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Hommés Studio

Learn here how to decor your home Art Deco style

2. And it was all yellow

The use of color is one of our favorite interior design trends every year. Yellow was perhaps the dominant color around Paris. The Art Nouveau Galerie Lafayette got covered in neon-yellows to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the pop culture smiley face.

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ACH Collections

The bright tone was also present on fabrics, furniture and lighting. French designer India Mahdavi, already known for her use of color blocks, and Rayman Boozer were some of the designers that showcased pieces in the happy color.

giulia yellow
ach candle
camou yellow

3. A seat at the elaborate table

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Waww La Table

During Maison & Objet, besides product previews brands also invested in networking during cocktails and dinner parties. The events that took place in unlikely places had a wow factor due to the setting. The seating area was, for its own, a design showcasing. 

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Hommés Studio

Designers like Laura Gonzalez, Alberto Pinto or Gien brand created intimate moments with its partners and media using its own designs of furniture and tableware. Follow this interior design trends, and this spring transform your dinner table into a design exhibition.

4. Vibrant color everywhere

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Andrea Garuti

We already know yellow is going to color our interior looks this spring. But other colors won’t stay much behind. During Maison & Objet vibrant colors and floral prints splashed through the showrooms and Paris streets. 

6. The comeback of rattan

Interior design trends love a comeback. This spring, rattan will dominate furniture finishes, from consoles to chairs and accessories.

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Popus Editions / Octav

Channeling the natural and minimal trends such as wabi-sabi and japandi, designers are recovering this natural material and combining it with other fabrics. For instance, Popus Editions presented a cocktail table that mixed rattan with bright orange leather panels, making it an eye-catching piece.

Source: Elle Decor
Featured image: India Madhavi / Greg Sevaz

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