Michael's 16/11 Weekly Top 5

Michael's weekly top 5 dives in to the latest interior trends that we have observed observed here at MC&Co. Constantly altering tastes and trends, our top 5 is updated weekly.

 

1 Organic Brutalism: Imperfetto Lab

The SVASATO seat reflects organic brutalism whilst the Leatherette upholstery offers a surprising finish. We forecast that this form will be interpreted into ceramic and rotor mould synthetics over the coming seasons.

https://www.spacesnb.com/collections/furniture/products/rattan-headboard#4847147548774

2 Belle Epoch Influences: Creative Co-op

Feminine silhouettes continue to strengthen- this Butterfly inspired headboard reinforces our forecast that Belle Epoch outlines continue to inspire many design houses.            

 

https://www.anthropologie.com/shop/anya-travertine-dining-table?color=014&size=One%20Size&cm_mmc=LS-_-affiliates-_-p%2aE2XVDQFnI-_-160278&utm_medium=affiliates&utm_source=LS&utm_campaign=p%2aE2XVDQFnI&utm_term=429822&utm_content=160278&ranMID=39789&ranEAID=p%2aE2XVDQFnI&ranSiteID=p.E2XVDQFnI-Lu.atG6ojA60yMI2cgMMZA&siteID=p.E2XVDQFnI-Lu.atG6ojA60yMI2cgMMZA&type=STANDARD&quantity=1

3 Tri Legged Dining: Anthropologie

Robust legs secure a brutalist form whilst the material and finish create a soft purity.

 

https://mccotrend.com/

Reissued shapes: CB2

The 1977 classic Atiollo lamp, by Vico Magisttretti, continues to be interpreted as the 1970’s aesthetic strengthens.

 

https://www.dessiq.com/en/tableware

5 Terrazzo inspired dinnerware: ASA

This composite material continues to be interpreted into new functions. Look out for Jumbo Terrazzo in our 2nd edition Moods & Interior Forecast Report- out next week!

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