I really like this new globetrotterish style. It’s coming like a bandwagon! These pics are pretty laid back yet they certainly have the ethno vibe going on. Message: Let the world be your oyster. | upper pic from Canadian House & Home Jan-11, bottom pics via Marie Claire Maison |
Rugs are a key feature in the trendy ethnic-boho-chic style. Kelims in particular. Left pic via Abigail Ahern blog, who suggests a mix of rugs – more than one rug in the same area. Rugs should then be of different sizes to avoid the room being cut (and boring). Ahern herself has a woolen zeebra […]
Ethnic and globetrotterish styles are top trendy in 2011. With items from around the world, exotic textiles and eclectic harmony this is one ultra-inspiring home!
Isn’t it something toffee about this pic? In terms of the upcoming caramel-trend. | pic: Hus & Hem |
A couple of fresh interior magazines claim the 70s is the next hot trend. And they are probably absolutely right! The caramel sofas have hit the scene and many 70s designer items are already in, as part of the vivid mid-century retroness. Here´s some original 70s pics to get you in the mood :) | […]
So, colour & paint giants say a brave reddish pink and a citrusy yellow are the colours of the year 2011. Akzo Nobel also for each year delievers a full colour trend forecast, in their Colour Futures. For the year 2011 both strong brave pink and happy yellow are on-the-spot. Overall, the colours in 2011 […]
Each year, the world-renowned colour authority Pantone selects a colour of the year [for 2011 a pinkish red named Honeysuckle] And so does Akzo Nobel! In it’s yearly report Colour Futures, an international group of creative experts in the field of design, architecture and fashion present their ideas about how trends and colours are developing. […]
For Year Colour of 2011 Pantone has chosen a reddish pink called Honeysuckle (18-2120). They say it’s a brave new colour for a brave new world. The 2010 colour of the year – turquoise – served as an escape for many, whereas the 2011 colour ’emboldens us to face everyday troubles with verve and vigor’. […]