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Discovering new designs with warm minimalism

Discovering new designs with warm minimalism

Throughout this year there has been an abundance of new product launches, during Stockholm furniture fair and more.  I’ve noticed is a trend towards a soft, warm minimalism with almost a nod to the 1970’s. Not so much retro but more of an industrial, geometric and raw sense of modernism, with soft warm tones. I love this style, it’s cosy and inviting. Here’s a select few products of that has caught my eye.

Discovering new designs with warm minimalism

Pavilion AV2 Chair, designed by Anderssen and Voll for &Tradition   |   Tip Lamp, designed by Jens Fager for Muuto   |   Wooden Multi shelf by Ferm Living   |   Palais Royal table, designed by Anya Sebton and Eva Lilja Löwenhielm for ASPLUND   |   Object blanc no. 27 Print by Atelier cph   |   Amore mirror collection, designed by Space Copenhagen for &Tradition   |    Building tables, designed by Bicolter for Skagerak   |   Harbour Upholstered chair with steel base, designed by Norm Architects for Menu

 

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2 Comments

  • Reply Abi | These Four Walls blog March 28, 2018 at 1:19 pm

    Such a beautiful round-up. I love the idea of ‘warm minimalism’, and the soft, earthy tones appearing at the moment are wonderful. And making me want to redecorate…! x

  • Reply Vikki | Style&Minimalism March 29, 2018 at 6:39 pm

    Hi Hannah

    This idea of warm minimalism or soft minimalism (as I’ve been referring to it) really hits the mark for me. It captures the minimalist aesthetic I love but not in such a clinical way as it’s come to be seen. Love the pieces you’ve shared!

    Vikki xx
    http://www.styleandminimalism.com

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