Maximalism decor is one of the biggest interior design trends for 2020. This trend stands out thanks to its aesthetic of excess and redundancy, bein the opposite of the minimalist design style. When it comes to interior design, spaces that were designed according to this style are extremely opulent, decorated, rich in colors, materials, and textures, not to mention patterns that can be seen from a mile away. Trendbook explores this trend for 2020 with an exquisite mood board and some product inspirations by the top luxury brands. Enjoy!
With a bold graphic design and a creation without limits, Rug’Society developed a very coherent collection where they use noble materials, graphics and patterns different and unusual. A 100% handmade product that transforms the comfort and beauty of your project.
The awe-inspiring artistry Guggenheim family continues to grow, with LUXXU now presenting the Guggenheim Wall Sconce. A magnificent combination of gold plated brass and Swarovski crystals, it is yet another avant-garde creation that pledges to dazzle everyone in the room. Let this dashing design inspire your projects, forging the most exquisite and elegant ambiances.
XISTO rug is inspired by various types of metamorphic rocks easily identifiable as being strongly laminated. Their color is due to blue and green-azure minerals. Shale is a kind of sedimentary rock from which oil and sulfur are extracted. When heated at high temperature, it turns into bitumen. All of these aspects of nature are what inspired Rug’Society to create this incredible rug.
Rapa Nui is a seafaring civilization known for creating the famous Easter Island statues. Nui Stool by BRABBU honours these people in the shape of an impressive contemporary stool. Upholstered in cotton velvet and with a structure in brass, it will add a distinct touch to any living room set.
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