Milan Furniture Week is an essential event for designers and creatives related to design. At this annual event, which after confinement has resumed its normality this 2022, the MADE design team has not missed. As its design director explains to us, Adam Daghorn, this visit serves “Huge influence on the entire MADE design team and gives me and the team a lot of ideas when designing and creating our products“. Adam also highlights the role of Italy and its influence in the world of design “Italy and Italian design have always offered us a wealth of examples of luxury and quality design”.
During his tour of the Milan week, Adam and his team highlight the following trends that will influence the design of products and therefore, how we will dress the houses in the coming years.
More than a specific color Adam Daghorn, emphasizes “how and when to use color to accentuate details”. In this edition, color has played a fundamental role, possibly more than ever, since there has been a distinct absence of prints or patterns on the fabrics.
The color palettes that were seen at the Salone were tonal and sophisticated, making a heavy emphasis on stronger, bolder colors.
At MADE they have realized this year that green has been one of the most sought-after colors, perhaps because of its naturalness. But it seems that after two rather turbulent years, customers are looking to fill their homes with colors that have a restorative and inspiring effect, and the Salone has perfectly portrayed the quest for a brighter, bolder, braver and more colorful future.
The earthy orangesthe warm browns and ochres They have reigned this year. Secondly, the bright blues, the intense reds and paprika colors dominated the exhibits, the walls, and the furniture. And the lilacs, the purplesdeep greens and avocado tones too They arrive stomping for the next few months.
The advantage of this trend is that applying color to a large piece is the easiest way to renovate, refresh or completely transform a room.
2 seater sofa fernsby in soft cobalt brushed cotton designed by Busetti Garuti Redaelli for 3,195 euros
Fernsby 2 Seater Sofa, Soft Cobalt Brushed Cotton
Dining chair Shona from pistachio mustard velvet, designed by Charlotte Høncke
€400 and now 200 euros
Shona Dining Chair, Vintage Ocher Velvet Designed by Charlotte Honcke
Auxiliary nesting tables hestaorange ombré glass and copper beech 245 euros
Hesta Side tables, orange ombré glass and copper beech Designed by Made Studio
The corner sofa with chaise longue on the left Liviennein olive green fabric, 3095 euros
Livienne Corner Sofa with Chaise Longue, Olive Green Fabric
the center table 2LG in muted pink, designed by 2LG, bet on pink and for the glossy finish and on sale it has a great discount. Normal price
€425 and now 230 euros
2LG Coffee table, muted pink
the plush carpet Abiola of 200 x 140 cm mixes blue and orange with soft shapes 310 euros
Abiola Plush rug, 200 x 140 cm, blue and orange
Trends in Shapes and Materials
In terms of forms and materials, this year there was no lack of exaggerated and oversized shapesagain reflecting the tendency to add an element of fun and play in the home.
It has also been noted the influence of the style of the 80s and 90s that has been quietly spreading and this has been reflected andn geometric shapes, such as hexagons and angular sculptures, that were seen everywhere in the Salone. Colored wood stains, chrome and leather wrapped details have also reflected this trend.
The trend of the shiny furniture it has been resurfacing little by little in Milan and is now very fashionable.
Without having to resort to well-known Italian pieces, MADE already includes furniture in resounding, round and large shapes. And they also point to brightness in an accessible way, to make it easier to join this trend.
Bobo Armchair, ocean blue recycled velvet designed by Omayra Maymó 625 euros
Bobo Armchair, Ocean Blue Recycled Velvet Designed by Omayra Maymó
Goal high sideboard, mango wood, designed by Jehanara Knowles 1225 euros
Gol Tall Sideboard, Mango Wood Designed by Jehanara Knowles
sveascreen, natural rattan,
325 euros price now 265 euros
Svea Screen, natural rattan
Ginofloor lamp, black metal 150 euros
Gino floor lamp, black metal
Tolkala modular coffee table, large, brushed steel 625 euros
Tolkala Modular Coffee Table, Large, Brushed Steel Designed by Made Studio
Belina 12-piece petal-shaped tableware, white reactive glaze 165 euros
Belina Petal Shaped 12-Piece Dinnerware Set, White Reactive Glaze
lilouwall mirror, 68 x 90 cm, mango wood 200 euros
Lilou Wall mirror, 68 x 90 cm, mango wood
Kalaspeltextured stool, dark mango wood, 385 euros
Kalaspel Textured Stool, Dark Mango Wood Designed by Made Studio
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