17 January, 2018

Maximalism

In 2017, there were a few design studios and even fashion designers that introduced some unforgettable interior designs! Screaming with explosive prints and patterns, maximalism moves away from the  minimalism designs that have dominated in recent years.

Allyson Rees, senior retail lifestyles editor at trends said “We’ve talked about Kondo-ing for so long, and about consumers embracing a minimalist aesthetic, but there is a bit of a backlash to that. Consumers want to express themselves and maximalism allows them to do that. In a time when everything tends to look the same on Instagram—so composed, so cookie-cutter—it’s exciting to see this trend catch on.”

We couldn’t agree more! As much as we have loved the amazingly beautiful ideas that we have seen come from minimalism, we are beside ourselves with excitement to see the organized chaos that maximalism will be bringing to mainstream!

             

 

 

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