Exuberance has got taste

Exuberance has got taste

The summer holidays are coming to a close, and this year, it’s being marked by a joyful, exuberant aesthetic: yes, freedom (re)discovered is still with us!

Indulgence, imperfection, abundance... Your interior stands out without fear of judgement and design sets out to play a part in and support this festive explosion, a heart beating in unison with our preferences.

Space becomes overdressed to saturation, but always with taste. Objects match up to better harmonise with each other. Patterns lose control and furniture balloons. Exuberance invades our interiors and contrasts with recent times … relentlessly! Discover what design brings to this most desirable of fantasies

Haze Showcase, Ferm Living

The art of accumulation

Nicknamed cluttercore, the art of accumulation is coming to interior design. A seemingly simplistic exercise, which nevertheless requires acute mastery of the layout of space and its design. Like a cabinet of curiosities, your interior is filled with comforting objects: vases with organic shapes, questioning trinkets, sculptural lights ... and a single thought prevails: stack it up!

Recreational stacking

Colour Crate Basket, Hay

Cascading lights

Formakami JH4 Pendant, &tradition

Cabinet of curiosity

Eames Elephant Decoration, Vitra
Extra Bold Armchairs, Moustache

Version XXL

Generous materials, surreal dimensions, rounded shapes. Oversized formats are adding to creativity and distilling a (re)creative joy to our interiors where roundness, curves and textures intertwine for our visual pleasure. Creations that blur the boundaries between art and design and transform your interior into a living museum.

Oversize lighting

Chiara floor lamp, Flos

Inflated reflection

Zodiac medium wall miror, Moustache

Intertwined comfort

Knot cushion, Design House Stockhom
Ludmila Pouf - Popus Edition

All over patterns

Long neglected by creation and erased by the minimalist aesthetic in vogue in recent years, the pattern is making a big comeback in our interiors. Repeated or solo, the colourful embroideries and playful prints are turning things on their head. A “neo-kitsch” trend that’s stirring up creative effervescence with this nostalgic, yet resolutely modern design.

Play of colours

Tahiti table lamp by Ettore Sottsass, Memphis Milano

Playful shapes

Flat works rug, Hay

Thousands of patterns

Agapé side table, Maison Sarah Lavoine

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