INDIVIDUALITY NEEDS DIVERSITY
The “Mix & Match” theme is still reflected in the interior design. The combination of colours, materials and surfaces gives room for creativity and individuality. This can be achieved particularly well in trendy open living, living and working areas. With blurring boundaries due to the lack of spatial demarcation of functional areas, there are new requirements for furnishings and interior design.
Living spaces are living spaces - their furnishings should be individual and perfectly tailored to their residents. From solitaire furniture and accessories to complete interior design concepts.
Open space solutions are part of modern architecture. The transitions between the individual living areas are fluid. Showcases with translucent, satined or tinted glass serve as homely accents, as do sideboards, highboards or shelves.
Contrasts give profile
Today's variety of material, shape and color accommodates this individuality. In this way, traditional furniture, current color trends and modern accessories can be combined, which only together radiate warmth and comfort and create a feel-good atmosphere.
Natural materials and their replicas are suitable for every style: These include simple woods such as For example, the oak is still available in a multifaceted form of representation, in light, medium or darker nuances, as desired. The same applies to walnut, chestnut, cherry, palisander, teak or softwoods such as pine. Whether as a veneer or wood design, they are the ideal combination partner for timeless and extravagant plain decors in matt or high-gloss lacquer or plastic versions.
It is the game of contrasts to be discovered: light and shadow...
... smooth and rough. It is the composition of matt and high-gloss, light and dark, smooth or paneled front designs and decors as well as the combination of materials with smooth and striking surface structures that give the facility its character.
The current surface structures are the inspiration for materials such as wood and stone, such as the characteristic marble interpretations. Stainless steel impressions in a brushed or shiny finish or metals such as brass, copper, silver, bronze or zinc act as both a visual and functional highlight as a shelf, cabinet front, table top or handle profile. Ceramics and stone or concrete, cement and of course glass are no less versatile.
Choosing the furniture is only part of the furnishing process. The colors of walls and textiles should also be coordinated. Fabrics and carpets ensure better acoustics and an atmospheric feel-good ambience. The special thing about it is that a house or an apartment lives with and through its inhabitants, which makes every facility unique.