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Be Inspired by Two Moodboards that Highlight the Fringe Design Trend

With the spring fast approaching, one design trend that often becomes a success during this season is the fringe design trend. While this trend is more regularly used in the fashion world, many interior designers resort to fringing because it adds a unique touch to home interiors. Today, the Best Design Books blog explores two singular design moodboards that highlight many products that follow this outstanding trend, so take a look.       Originally used for furniture as a way to keep textile trims from unravelling, fringe has a long history in home decor, from Victorian lampshades to hippy 60s curtains. Love it or hate it, it’s a trend that always re-emerges in fashion and decor.   Alice suspension lamp by Home’Society   For many, this design trend can be a bit over the top and especially old-fashioned, however, nowadays, others actually see it as a fabulous way to add beautiful accents to a modern interior design while also adding a flair of Art Deco. The fringe trend is light and fun, young and glamorous, and it certainly offers a splendorous touch to one’s interiors.       Skyscraper floor lamp by Home’s Society   It is especially used in throw…

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See Fascinating Outer Space-Inspired Designs in this Unique Moodboard

Each design trend is unique, and outer space is no different in that regard—though it boasts qualities that are closer to Star Trek and Star Wars than asymmetry and balance. But before you assume that this design trend is just about the inky, black depths of space and nothing more, think again. Today, the Best Design Books blog will show you an incredible design moodboard that features a wide variety of kids bedroom ideas, including three original designs (a lighting piece, furniture design and an accessory) that will give a complete look to one’s division, so take a look!     Rocky Rocket     The Rocky Rocket it’s a children’s interactive chair, painted in a red and white checkered pattern. The moon rocket has become an iconic symbol for kids, while parents will recognize it from the adventures of Tintin, kids will relate it to Buzz Lightyear from “Toy Story”. This interactive chair features an educational light and sound system to foster curiosity and excitement among kids.     Cosmo Ceiling Lamp      Designed as a tribute to the mid-20th-century race to space, Cosmo modern chandelier is inspired by space, galaxies and the planets that surround us. It is a…

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See an Awe-Inspiring Moodboard of Abstract Art Geometrics for 2019

See an Awe-Inspiring Moodboard of Abstract Art Geometrics for 2019 ⇒ This year, one of the main design trends that will be quite the success is abstract art with geometric forms, meaning a lot of furniture designs and home accessories will be inspired by graphic geometrics, figurative shapes and a riot of primary colours. Trendbook has created an awe-inspiring moodboard that will make you imagine the marvellous shapes of works of art of Picasso or even Braque and you’ll want to somehow transform them into your home design. Today, the Best Design Books blog will show you a few interior designs that will do just the trick!     First, let’s start off by giving a bit of the background of this art form. The art of geometric abstraction can be seen in many cultures throughout history, not only in regards to decorative motifs but also the art pieces. The genre was gained popularity courtesy of avant-garde artists in the early twentieth century, however, its origins date back since the ancient times. Islamic art is a prime depiction of such with its geometric pattern-based art. Geometric patterns were often used to visually connect spirituality with science and art.      …

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Add a Zen Yet Timeless Touch to Your Interiors by Using Neutral Colors

Over the past weeks, the Best Design Books blog has displayed a comprehensive range of design moodboards all focused on a particular theme. Today, we return to color trends with neutral colors. These sublime shades are often regarded as the great colors that do not oversaturate a space and actually complement really well other colors. There are endless possibilities to create a marvelous interior design using neutral tones, so now, take a look at a series of contemporary interiors that feature neutral tones as the main star!       In the context of interior design, neutral means without color. Neutrals such as beige, ivory, taupe, black, gray and shades of white appear to be without color, but in many applications these hues often have undertones. Be aware of these underlying tones as you match colors or choose paint. For example, beige might have an undertone of pink, tan or gold. White might be slightly ivory, yellow, bluish or peachy. Neutrals can be used in decor in two basic ways — either as a soft, neutral only, quiet look or as background colors for dramatic accents.         If you prefer an all-neutral division, the best way to have a…

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Trendbook Creates Moodboard Based on the Neoclassic Design Concept

In the form of visual storytelling and innovative design and with the mission of forecasting the future for the home, Trendbook has recently revealed a series of design moodboards, each portraying characteristics from different design styles. Over the next weeks, the Best Design Books blog will be exploring these moodboards, starting off with the Neoclassic Design Concept. This unique design style is all about elegance and sophistication. It has a modest yet muted and it is all about timeless elegance and introducing traditional elements into our modern day.     The neoclassic design style has a varied color palette with colors such as cream, gray, blue, yellow and green taking the center stage whereas tones like luster black, red, gold and silver are mostly used as patches of color to highlight the overall style.   Manhattan penthouse designed by Juan Pablo Molyneux   Interior by Tatyana Myronova with furnishings from Versace, Boca do Lobo, Koket, A Modern Grand Tour and Eichholtz   Usually, neoclassical furniture are rather symmetrical. In an interior of such a theme, you can expect to see dark wood furniture, embellished ornaments, stone and marble floors and even Persian carpets. Fabrics also play an important role in…

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