Interior Design Trends by Dirk Eiynck
If you are currently involved in the design of living spaces, whether in private or public environments, you cannot avoid two terms: Sustainability and Nature! Two keywords that were already discussed before the pandemic and "boosted" by it, draw a clear picture that is even more justified, if we include the war in Europe with the energy crisis and inflation. We want a safe, welcoming living environment that serves as a real retreat and flexibly meets all our daily needs. Spaces that embrace body and soul and whose design incorporates nature and does not burden it. Truthful, long-lasting and reliable.
If you walked through the exhibition halls in Milan a few days ago, you could see that the creative designers have taken up and implemented this challenge. The first impression, an overwhelming abundance of various green plants and natural image motifs in the booth design, was followed by pure well-being in subdued light and colour moods, authentic materiality, constructive easiness and harmonious interplay. Woods that shone in their natural beauty, without pointed rusticity. Stones that were added to this in balanced combination and unicolours that rounded off the picture, not loudly, but complementarily. No "fast fashions", but down-to-earth design craftsmanship. That's how you could sum it up.
And it was precisely this "Keep it Real" approach that inspired and guided us in the revision of our Innovus® collection. Developing wood-based panels, already a sustainable material from their basis, with decorative surfaces that are close to nature in their look, authentic in their feel and provide the user with a long-lasting benefit. Design that meets the needs of today, tomorrow and in the years to come. Sustainable in design approach, matching our nature.
We are pleased to present this to you at INTERZUM in Cologne, Hall 1.2 Stand B040/C041. See you there!