Today we will tell you which fabrics and whatHome decor will be particularly relevant in 2015. Our report - about the exhibition Heimtextil, which is the trendsetter in the field of textiles and home decor
International specialized exhibitionhome textiles Heimtextil 2015 this year took place in Frankfurt am Main from 14 to 17 January. By tradition, all the world's leading manufacturers brought their new products here, and the team of authoritative designers Heimtextil identified the main trends that will become the “thread of Ariadne” for the largest manufacturers of home textiles and designers involved in the design of residential and public spaces. This year, the general theme that determined the main trends was Experience (experience, cognition)
In total, experts identified four keydirections, united by the passionate desire of designers to make the life around them luxurious, but at the same time as functional as possible: Sensory (sensuality), Mixology (intercultural exchange), Discovery (discovery) and Memory (memory). Let's see how it all looks in practice. So ... 1. Sensory (sensuality) p.
Each of us perceives the world throughFeelings, it is thanks to them that our world is full of colors, fragrances, sounds and all sorts of sensations. Therefore, every time, creating something new, designers are trying to influence our senses. Correctly chosen colors and smells, pleasant to the touch of things, gentle sounds - all this contributes to the creation of a home cosiness. The use of innovative technologies allows designers to push the boundaries of the possible, and tissues that can adapt to the environment appear, for example, respond to changes in the intensity of light or heat. Such sensitive materials give birth to a huge variety of tactile sensations, awaken the most pleasant feelings. So, the company Eijffinger presented wallpaper with a modern geometric ornament made of material reflecting light. And the company Création Baumann fabricated a complex fabric, inside which is woven the thinnest wires and built in the smallest LEDs, which in the switched-on state resemble a flickering starry sky.
As for the primary colors of the trendy trend, it's azure and white. They bear peace and tranquility, joy and virgin purity.
To achieve sensual contrast, designerssuggest combining fabrics with smooth surfaces and a varnish effect with surfaces similar to paper with an oiled effect. In the new collection of the Italian company Decobel, an important place is occupied by three-dimensional velvet fabrics, which you just want to touch. 2. Mixology (intercultural exchange) p.
All power is in diversity, say designers andBoldly mix different cultural heritage. African tribal drawings - with screaming 3D prints, retro - with futurism, digital technologies - with organic, geometric ornaments - with images of flowers, smooth prints - with textured fabrics, and many more bright colors. All this, connecting, forms unexpected, fantastic combinations. A vivid example can be considered bedspreads and bed linens by Kas Australia, decorated with colorful ethnic patterns. Japanese producer Tecido presented wallpaper on which ethnic ornaments organically combined with modern, and traditional materials - with innovative.
The dominant role is still given toenvironmental theme. Much attention is paid to both the organization of environmentally friendly production and waste recycling. There is a new use for recycled materials. And Christian Fischbacher was particularly successful in this, presenting fabrics from the Benu collection, made from recycled plastic bottles, at the exhibition! 3. Discovery (opening) p.
Always need to think about the future - argueDesigners and immersed in the study of our planet, look to distant space to find answers to the burning questions: how can we use the resources of our planet in the future, how does the virtual world affect the world of materials and aesthetics?
At the heart of the trend is a dark palette of infinite space, absorbing light, but at the same time bearing the radiance of stars: black, silver and purple.
Drawings and invoices are borrowed from moon stones andMeteorites, fascinating with their power, unusual appearance and tactile properties. Light plays a special role here: it dazzles and illuminates, creates pictures and gives rise to optical illusions.
There are also artificial upholstery materialsHornschuch with virtual seams that look like real ones, and light reflects off metallized surfaces. The French company Elitis has proposed wall coverings made from fibers laid on a non-woven backing and changing their appearance depending on the harshness of the lighting. This gives the coating a metallic sheen. It seems to you that you are seeing a sheet of metal, monochromatic, but at the same time intricate. Particularly striking is the coating with imitation of corrugated metal, covered, for example, with engraving or embossing in golden, bronze, pewter, carmine or copper shades. 4. Memory p.
Designers make us think,Rethink values, live a more clean and right life. The key to harmony is a departure from the ideology of consumption and a return to what is really valuable. Hence the familiar images from childhood and simple drawings, natural shades (the color of sea water, sage leaves, delicate rose petals) and materials (wool, flax, denim) that can help return to the origins. The things around us and the materials around us should be comfortable and simple. Designers skillfully combine handicraft art with innovative technologies. And in this unity new values are born.
Following this trend, Rasch introducedwallpaper adorned with intricate hand-painted flowers and patterns. The Christian Fischbacher collection includes bedclothes with delicate floral motifs, inspired by idyllic paintings by the old masters. www.heimtextil.messefrankfurt.com, www.eijffinger.com, www.creationbaumann.com, www.clarke-clarke.co.uk, www.kobe.eu, www.fischbacher.com, www.decobel.it, www. elitis.fr,