DISCOVER EVOLVING ECLECTICISM

25 June 2019

Evolving Eclecticism is a refreshing celebration of an environmental consciousness, creating a new type of luxury based on responsibility.

The public awareness of our environment has never been as widespread as it is today. Today we carefully choose what we want to keep based on its utility and unique features. If we buy new, the products are made from recycled materials. There is a new consciousness about the importance of consuming responsibly, where sustainability lies at the core, not only for today, but also for the future.

IT’S ALL MARBLING


One of the most important materials in this trend is recycled plastic. Plastic is already being used for fashion and interior design, but it has now evolved into an exciting new surface design element, the New Marble originated from broken down and recycled plastics it creates a dynamic pattern of mixed colours.

This trend is all about a mix of carefully selected novelties and vintage design, creating a new, hyper-modern touch. By combining new design techniques with used materials, exciting new interior treasures are created.

THE COLOUR PALETTE


In Evolving Eclecticism materials such as plastic, glass, leather, wood and textiles are combined, which are reflected in the colour palette of rustic reds, lush greens and blues as top notes, combined with unexpected accent colours of light blue and warm beige. A group of colours in a similar nuance area.

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Interior image, courtesy of IKEA. Photo cred. Ragnar Ómarsson.

Material Image, courtesy of Spark and Burnish Hardware. Photo cred. Simon Murgatroyd.

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