Christmasworld Trends as decoration throughout the year for your home

How are we to celebrate the most valuable moments of our lives? What new themes, colours, and designers will be stamping their mark on the new festive season? It is with questions such as these in mind, that the designers from Stilbüro bora.herke.palmisano have developed the Christmasworld Trends.

1. A fanciful celebration of joy
In this world of fantasy, there is room for anything and everything that brings joy and makes people happy. The cheerful colour palette underlines the playful character of this eclectic collection of objects. Comicstrip, Manga and fairy-tale motifs and funky figures – surrealist prints take their place alongside lace, crochet work and embroidery. Iconic and stylised forms, coats of arms, emblems and traditional lucky symbols happily accompany traditional folk art.

2. A valuable handling with tradition – where tradition receives quality treatment
This timeless style is indigenous and authentic, subtle and rustic. Long-lived products that are manufactured with dedication and commitment are celebrated. Master craftsmanship plays a central role as do traditional origins. And a suitable context is created by restrained colourways with natural shades of brown, quartz, gravel, greyblue, forest green, almond and biscuit.

3. A gentle touch of nature – where nature inspires and relaxes
This style takes its cue from nature and creates a relaxing oasis of well-being, peace and quiet: delicate, ethereal and atmospheric. The sensual atmosphere is developed in a series of muted colours. Luminous coral and gold create the accents amongst the interplay of soft linen, slate, mint, rose and lime.

4. A distinctive figure of modernity – where the modern finds unmistakeable expression
Aesthetic and sophisticated. This formal trend lends the everyday a special elegance and splendour. Its inspiration can be found in classic modernism: from sculpture to kinetic art, from industrial design to architecture. Memorable proportions, expressive, compact, sculptured and monolithic forms dominate. The rich colour palette ranges from strong colours like lapis lazuli, malachite, copper, Carrara marble, onyx and gold to a powerful ruby.


Target Point, Italian Ideas