Let’s Dance (and Drink & Dine)

    We've already noted Salon del Mobile's disco-tinged display, but according to Wallpaper* it's not just dancing in style that's made it into the exhibition, but dining and drinking too. This is one trend we're looking forward to unfolding. Chez Nina by India Mahdavi at Nilufar Gallery. Image by Mattia Lott.
    #interiors #trendspotting . 22.05.18

    Retail Therapy

    The allure of monochromatic colour is actually a thing. Hot on the heels of our Colour-Coded and Monochrome posts Trendland's latest newsletter highlights how effective single colour environments are for creating engaging retail spaces. Early adopters are not only providing an immersive shopper experience, they are managing to pique consumer interest and lift spirits. Going up…next level retail therapy.
    #interiors . 18.04.18

    Gone Green

    If it's green we're keen, and it seems we're not alone. Igor and Judith, the team behind Urban Jungle Bloggers, are intent on oxygenating interiors across the globe nurtured by an avid plant-loving community. Trendtablet's article is a good place to learn about them and their Instagram is teeming with ideas to bring the jungle in. Images by Skinny laMinx.
    #interiors . 26.07.17

    Café Mollien

    Revamped by French designer Mathieu Lehanneur, Café Mollien in the Louvre is on our hit list to sit and sip coffee under pink-tinged plant-like lights. Spied on The Spaces.
    #interiors . 07.07.16

    Milan Meets Manga

    Trend Tablet's Milan 2016 roundup cleverly contrasts old and new. We're big fans of  Nendo's Manga chairs, particularly with their sharp forms set against the aged beauty of a sixteenth century cloister. Originally opened some 90 years ago, Albergo Diurno Venezia hosted an exhibition dedicated to body care in keeping with the venue's history as a day spa. And we wouldn't mind a room like Palazzo Litta complete with Belgian design.
    #interiors . 04.05.16

    In Residence


    Nowness are celebrating five years of providing irresistible on-line content across a range of creative subjects. One of our favourites is In Residence, an ongoing series that provides a glimpse inside the homes of architects, artists and designers. This month Joseph Dirand's Paris apartment can be seen in all its minimal glory, with details coolly captured in Matthew Donaldson's film. It seems he too is a fan of all things marble. We think it's pretty special. Be sure to check out Patricia Urquola's home while you're there.

    #interiors . 24.03.15

    Take A Tumble

    The main element may be the oak tree a Texan house was built around, but for us the head-spinning staircase has our vote. Tree House by MF Architecture.
    #interiors . 05.03.15