Introducing our new designs for Spring 2022. This launch is all about wellness and biophilia, creating calming spaces inspired by the natural world to increase wellbeing and productivity. From tonal organic weaves and botanical prints to large scale digital wallcoverings of landscapes and nature.
Wallcoverings are a great way to combine colour and print to mimic the natural world – from the organic colours and textures of stone, wood, and botanicals, to print and patterns inspired by landscapes, fauna and flora. Using biophilic inspired designs for the spaces we live, work, and relax in can increase feelings of wellbeing, happiness, and serenity. It has also been shown to improve concentration, creativity, and productivity, and reduce stress and anxiety.
This year we’re pleased to share snippets from our colour & design trend observations for 2022. Our design team use these trends throughout the year to develop our textures, patterns and colour palettes. We hope you’ll find them useful and inspiring.
We had a great time exhibiting at HIX Event 2021, at the Business Design Centre in London. It was our first show since 2019 and it was amazing to see so many clients, friends and colleagues from the hotel design industry. Here’s a round-up of trends that we spotted at the show, and a look at our stand.
The Roaring Twenties are back (the 2020s!)! And we’re seeing increased interest in Art Deco-inspired designs. Zigzag and chevron patterns, stepped forms, sweeping curves, sunburst, and triangular shapes, surfaces inspired by cityscapes, and stylised wildlife. Alongside a classic, opulent Art Deco look, this year, the Miami look is still going strong for a luxurious, vibrant effect that would appeal to any Wes Anderson fan.