1) Black Nickel
The trend for darker finish choices is booming at the moment with black nickel and burnished brass leading the crowd - a perfect finish when creating a contemporary architectural feel to a space.
2) Hand-Blown Glass
The trend for uniqueness is set to thrive in the year ahead as homeowners and designers seek to shock. From hand-blown glass with contrasting materials, to bold eye-catching accessories it’s all about being distinctive. Elevating simple forms into sculptural pieces, hand-blown glass makes up the core structure of the impressive new Halti, Helmi and Kuulas chandeliers. Their bubble-like appearance, with a deep warming glow creates impact upon entry, for a truly awe-inspiring, show-shopping piece.
3) Dynamic Configurations
With an enduring desire to achieve individuality, dynamic configurations are set to grow in popularity. With increased resistance to conform to the norm, we focus on providing clients with truly bespoke pieces, resulting in no two pieces being alike.
4) Organic Form
Organic forms in nature continue to grow in popularity for 2022. Exploration of the natural world, combined with innovation in design encourages the development of abstract shapes and simplified forms. From the continuous linear style of the Inari chandelier created from the organic exploration of light fluidity, to the branching inspired frame of the Haara pendant light, nature continues to influence design with increasing technological advancements.
5) Brass Variations
Providing a modern take on metal, warmer tones of brushed and polished brass will start to come through more regularly. Elegant yet subtle, the high shine or matt finishes pair perfectly with natural materials including marble and wood, for a refined interior and complements a vast array of colour schemes for a modern aesthetic.
6) Ambient Spaces
With the trend for spaces to relax and unwind in becoming more prominent in interiors, ambience is key with lighting playing a crucial role in helping to set the mood and surrounding atmosphere.
Credit: Kirsten Schwalgien Design
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