Maison et Objet is not only the biggest design trade fair in France and Europe but also one of the most important ones in the world. That’s why Patti Carpenter, a global trend forecaster and ambassador went to the City of Lights, hoping to find what she would consider the look of 2018. It appears that the biggest trends come in the forms of decadent colours, concrete accents and tweed, lots of tweed. Check out Carpenter’s trend predictions for 2018, with Daily Design News. From Paris, with love.
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Modern Tribal Look
“Taking tradition to a new level in metal. Inspired by the Fang of Gabon, adding perforations and light, these masks are the new nod to native.”
“Confident color is led by ripe red. Striking and succulent, decadent and dazzling, red adds the fashion and the passion.”
OPTICAL LIGHTING ILLUSIONS
“Working on a flat surface and manipulating our perspective with lines and light, these accessories are a state-of-the-art solution for an up-to-the-minute design.”
COMFORTING COOL TONES
“Light linen, and pearl grays are innately comfortable and add a relaxed air to any space.”
“Enliven your space with marketplace colours that make the mouth water. A touch of curry or coriander, turmeric or beet add a bit of flavour.”
“Utilizing humble materials for heightened design, concrete continues to create simple structures that energize our environments.”
“Large-scale florals and botanical references combine to transport us to forbidden gardens within our own rooms. ”
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Source: Elle Decor