The new season begins and as in fashion, light also shows its new trends this week. Proposals that challenge the present, an innovative and decorative style.
Designers and interior designers perceive these trends and adapt them to the needs of their clients so they fit in those functional and warm spaces. Led by them, we will know the 4 trends that will define this season start:
1. More metal
The presence of gold and copper remains in the lighting palette. These luminaries can be used to bring brightness to the room or to highlight a vintage and industrial aesthetic.
WHIZZ designed by Cristopher Friedrich Wagner or SIDE by Alex & Manel Lluscà are the perfect example of this trend.
2. Noble Materials
As you can see the materials play an important role in the decoration. If we have seen the metallic finishes before, we now focus on noble materials such as wood.
STOOD is a family created by Lucid whose shades are made of wood. This material gives warmth to the room and the light diffuses in an original and pleasant way throughout the space.
As in fashion, in decoration it is also important that the elements as well as the aesthetic fulfill one function, or several. In this case, Faro Barcelona presents the multifunctional luminaries that adapt to the different needs of each user.
HAN by Goula/Figuera has been awarded the Muuuz award for its dual functionality. This pendant light gives a touch of light and its minimalist style fits both on city floors as at the entrance of a large house.
4. Environmental responsibility
We cannot call it a fashion since it has come to stay. Environmental responsibility and social commitment are increasingly two components that the consumer and the manufacturer must take into account.
We are responsible for recycling and producing elements that have a positive impact on the planet.
HOOK fulfills both functions. Made with recycled plastic, it also cooperates with the NGO Mary’s Meals. For each lamp sold, a child is fed during a school year at the Gboidoi Public School we have sponsored in Liberia.