Top Color Trends For Residential Interior Designs and Contract Projects – The following interior design projects will show you the best design ideas of how to work with this year amazing color trends! Are you prepared to be inspired?
Learn how to incorporate the top color trends of the year in any project type! From bespoke residential designs to unique hospitality interiors, the Interior Design Magazines team as brought to you two incredible examples to help you incorporate your favorite colors:
Hotel Victor Hugo Paris Kléber
Hotel Victor Hugo is a four-star Parisian private property located in the heart of Paris. Between the Champs-Elysées and the Arc de Triomphe, a strategic location chosen by the hotel stands a beautiful Art Deco Building.
Created by Laurent Maugoust, a renown Parisian architect, with his studio – Laurent Maugoust Architecture Intérieure. Inside it, an Art-Deco environment blends with contemporary style, giving to its hosts the right vibes for a comfortable stay. The charming entrance of the hotel invites everyone to meet the modern contemporary design of BRABBU.
The studio found the Covet Paris Showroom, a place full of world top luxury brands, showcasing a wide range of products within mid-century, modern, contemporary, and classic styles. With a bespoke showroom filled with the most wondeful things, the studio couldn’t think of better options to create an exclusive reception décor, after finding MAYA armchair and KOI side table (GET PRICE).
The entrance of the Hotel Victor Hugo is composed of a black art-deco inspired screen in a floral pattern, that fits very well with the contemporary design and color of the two yellow MAYA velvet armchairs.
The two MAYA armchairs (GET PRICE) chosen to give a comfortable and inviting environment for this reception décor, are made of an intense golden color enhanced by the velvet texture. The sensual and delicate forms of this accent chair, are inspired in Maya’s Maize Goddess, making it the perfect seating solution.
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Ravenswood Residence in Chicago
This residential project perfectly combines modern interior design with bright color tones with a pinch of decadence. Representing one of the top color trends, Emily Mackie of Inspired Interiors explains why and how this luxury home decor has the perfect pinch of style and history that became such a success.
A plush and intimate cozy area makes this project complete. This private seating area comes alive with plush furnishing pieces. A lavish way of turning your home into a modern and homey place, this is the perfect spot for a rest after a stressful day.
While difficult you can feel the play on play with styles and the mix and match of how it blends so well. This casual formal living room is the perfect haven for socialization and some good times spent with friends and family. The incredible Collins Dining Chair by top Luxury Mid-Century brand Essential Home. Designed with a classic retro chic feel, the Collins Dining Chair (GET PRICE) is perfect to pair with a grand rectangular dining table like the one in the image
With a flair to the mid-century modern, this luxurious living room has the quirky style of the mid-century style meets luxury. With plenty of existing pieces of decor inherited, it only made sense to incorporate them into a single and special room of the house. With a short silhouette and a single swing, one of the grand highlights of this room is the Stanley Floor Lamp (GET PRICE), a retro-styled accessory made by DelightFULL for every single mid-century modern interior design.
The purpose of the project, the creme de lá creme, was to build something beautiful to live in. From a powerful combo of Portuguese and Italian design, this modern design project has an adequate detail of intimacy blended perfectly while mixing styles like no other.
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