Tipping Planet Fusion as THE hottest theme for fall, THE One has put together five diverse styles sure to appeal to international tastes. While the Manhattan Chic style represents American elegance and Out of Africa is a celebration of classic colonial design, Pure & Simple is all about European sophistication with an Asian twist. The Tribal Rock ‘n’ Roll style is decidedly Oriental but with a wild side and Timeless Elegance is classically Northern European with modern influences.
With so many on-trend deco options to choose from, it will be hard not to fall for one of them this autumn!
Style 1: Manhattan Chic
Combining the classic and the modern in a glamorous interpretation of an uptown New York penthouse, this luxuriously detailed, feminine look embodies a world of refinement and timeless design. Manhattan Chic’s tastefully mature, almost monochrome palette is infused with the glimmer of chrome, mirror and glass, whispering ‘elegant sophistication’ Audrey Hepburn-style.
Get the look: ROCROL white leather sofa, TOWER 3 glass side table, STUD dining chair, ROSE stem, MEYHO display cabinet in black wood, U+MIXALABRA candelabra in silver, SKITZO armchair, MAJ pedestal in black, GLOBE ball
Style 2: Out of Africa
A mature, masculine style, Out of Africa tells a story of wild beauty and the enduring richness of tradition. An idealistic interpretation of a safari lodge, it characterizes classic colonial design with quality and comfort at its heart. The earthy colour palette provides the perfect backdrop for chunky studded furniture, trunks, hides, dark woods and luxe fabrics, while dimmed lights add atmosphere to this cosy, lived-in look.
Get the look: MIC brown studded leather sofa, HAYNS dining chair, CLASSY coffee table in mahogany dark wood, DUTCH drawer cabinet in brown, SCHOONER deco, HORN candleholder in brown, PATRIK leather armchair
Style 3: Pure & Simple
Pure & Simple’s unisex style fulfils a growing desire for authenticity and the quality of the handmade; for down-to-earth simplicity and relaxed individuality. It is a balanced blend of the classical and the experimentally avant-garde, where clean, slim lines and glossy white surfaces contrast with raw wood, weathered metal, organic roots and rubber. Lightness, creativity and emotionality shape this soulful look that radiates natural beauty and feels good.
Get the look: VESTA beige fabric sofa, PEACOCK rattan lounge chair, BLISTER jar in grey, ARGENT cushion cover in beige, ADONIA coffee table with wheels, FEED Bag in organic material, HARRIET 2 door cabinet
Style 4: Tribal Rock ‘n’ Roll
From the flamboyant Far East to the mystical Middle East, Tribal Rock ‘n’ Roll expresses an enthusiasm for exploration and vibrant colour. Detail, volume and ethnic embellishments are key features of this wildly eccentric style. It is a moody mix of eclectic pieces, strong patterns and lustrous fabrics in deep, rich tones with dark and painted woods, leather, metal and a dash of attitude thrown in. Tribal goes trendy…
Get the look: BAZHTIAR purple fabric sofa, VAGA faux croco leather dining chair in black, MARAKECH coffee table, BOARDEUX mirror in red, NAAZ ceiling lamp, LEKKI champagne flute glass, AMARYLLIS stem, AADI floor lamp
Style 5: Timeless Elegance
Classic Northern European influences fuse with modern design in Timeless Elegance, creating a feminine, soft and sumptuous style. The harmony of a muted colour palette forms a tranquil backdrop to stainless steel and glass, dark woods andgeometric shapes, while linen adds comfort and warmth. Here, less is more… Clean, straight lines, a few key pieces and the repetition of materials deliver an uncluttered, controlled look that has more impact than its individual components.
Get the look: NANTES sofa in beige, ROY side table in brown, FEEL dining chair in natural, U+VELA candleholder in aluminium, ROMA mirror in dark wood, FEEL dining table in dark brown, TILIA pendant lamp, BULL dining chair in blue
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