Here is what design experts and trend researchers say.
“Humans are feeling a greater need to be connected to nature and you will see elements of the ‘great outdoors’ infusing interior design” says Gemma Riberti – a London based trend researcher. The cozy Scandinavian influence will endure with organic shapes and natural tones still key design elements. say. It’s all about materials with sustainability in mind—natural wood, recycled textiles, un-dyed yarns, and plush soft fabrics, along with warm terra-cotta earthenware for table accessories.
Beyond the rattan and cane that’s already made a comeback, Lamb highlights the wood-charring technique Shou Sugi Ban as a compelling texture for furniture and decor that speaks to eco sensibilities. She also expects to see angular furnishings and patterns that allude to origami folds as part of the trend’s influence, along with “kimonos or obi bands expressed in modern ways or inspiring shape, pattern, detail.”
Source: Architectural Digest (copy edited)