ISHO Interior Trend Report 2021
Recently, there has been an overall shift from minimalism in the design world where while the designs are simple - the traditional monochromatic spaces are being broken with pops of color, accent walls and vibrant furniture and accessories. People, in their monotonous daily lives, are looking for sparks and liveliness in particular during lockdown. Isho has developed the 2021 Trend Report highlighting 6 shades that are trending worldwide.
The Enigmatic Bedroom | Sapphire Blue
Given the amount of unexpected times we have all spent in our homes during recent times, 2021 has been about refreshing and reinvigorating color. There has been no lack of colorful spirit from interior designers over the past few years, and that trend is set to continue. One can look for everything from jewel tone colors to clear and vivid palettes to create a visually stimulating home. And nothing speaks more along those lines than a vivid sapphire blue to liven up interiors. Sapphire blue, well accentuated by the dark tones of our Vesterbro grey bed perfectly coupled with Navigli black side table adds a sense of mystery to the bedroom.The curved wall lamp, adds nuance to the scene, making it a perfect fit to shine a light when needed.
The Calming Study | Sage Green
Optimistic colors shall brighten up the doldrums this year left by 2020. More clear colors and brighter neutrals will emerge in a big way. A cool earth tone with hints of silvery gray, sage green is every bit as sprightly as it is sophisticated. Pictured here is our calming study room, with sage green walls, a colour often used in modern, minimalist interiors for a sophisticated effect. The Ratargul chair weaves in an element of nature and elevates the sense of earthy tones by adding natural cane into the interior. Shades of neutral brown, accentuated by our Floro vase and Kalamu faux leather pen holder lends itself to this timeless interior. The St. Pauli pale green accent table blends in with the calming walls and adds that pop while reintroducing sage green colour back into the furniture coalescing into a tranquil study.
- Ratargul Light Chair
- St. Pauli Green Accent Light Workstation
- Floro Pale Brown Vase
- Kalamu Brown Desk Organizer
- In order to Function
- Boletus Table Lamp
Ethereal Baby Room | Classic White
There is nothing more classic than white, a colour that will forever be a trend in every trend report. No better way to highlight the purity of white, than a baby room. The innocence of a baby is symbolized by white. The colour provides that classic shade needed to create a tranquil environment, helping your baby’s fresh new eyes get used to the world around. The illustrations by Istella, an artist from our Artists’ Club, adds that necessary pop of colour and glimpses of tigers, a perfect way to introduce a minimalist animal theme to the baby room. The Duso Baby Cot is the ultimate addition to the room with its natural white ash light wood bars chronicling the baby’s journey through infancy. The simple geometric pattern of the white rug adds the quintessential surface tying into the classic ethereal baby room.
Vibrant Living Room | Burnt Orange
In 2021, we are continuing to see the resurgence of rich, saturated hues. Designers and homeowners have not shied away from interiors lavishly swathed in color. This year, burnt orange is one shade taking center stage. Some call it terracotta and others refer to it as amber, but there’s no denying the popularity behind this warm hue. Not quite as loud as tangerine or neutral like tan, burnt orange is the happy-medium color everyone has been looking for. The colour can be used to create an accent wall with colour breaks with pink highlighted by our iconic Pompeii Grey Sofa and natural light wood Dalian center table. Add in a pop of colour to match the pink colour break and tie in the space with our St.Pauli pink TV cabinet. Walls with paintings and vases with fresh bright yellow flowers will only help the vibrary of your living room.
- Pompeii Light Grey Light Double Sofa
- Dalian Light Center Table
- St. Pauli Pink Light TV Cabinet
- To Live
- Cvet Vase
- Secchio White Table Lamp
- Elliot Blue Cushion
- Elliot Grey Cushion
Pop of Pink Corner | Pale Pink
Nothing can beat the feel of a light, soft shade of pink in a home. An evergreen shade of pink, its modern color palette makes the room look more spacious and airy and can add a pop with a well chosen accent wall. The soothing color coupled with our Gioco white gaming chair lends itself to the ultimate cozy corner with a pop of pink. Add in a hanging transparent ceiling light such as our Kristall ceiling lamp to accentuate the element of an airy space. With well chosen accessories along with our handwoven Koberec rug, a modern pale pink corner is good to go!
Classic Modern Dining | Gray
Currently, there is a heightened interest in wanting to invest in colorful art or put up bold accessories such as rugs and vases. So, for the perfect backdrop, neutrals in taupe and warm whites are making a comeback as the color trend for 2021. For a richer palette, Gray continues to top the list of popular paint colors for homeowners, and for a good reason. Whether cool, warm, light, or bold, grays of all tones and intensities provide a fresh backdrop for decor and coordinate beautifully with furniture, accessories and art. Lighter shades of grey can help create a sophisticated dining room backdrop against dark toned wood and classic modern furniture such as our Mysuru dining table and chairs. Our rich Kashan rug collection adds a sense of timelessness accentuated by bold colours of the Floro vases making this space a classic modern favorite.