- Stone age: focus on practicality, but decorated walls with drawings.
Interior trends from around the world:-
- 16th century inspired sitting room situated in France.
- Kitchen in Mexico. Using all one tile break tradition of ‘having a riot of colours’.
- Use of Moroccan tile ‘bringing the outdoors in’. Tiles were created traditionally yet still appear modern.
- Ikat textiles are usually Indonesian. Handwoven with threads dyed prior. This create patterns with interesting variation – rich, vibrant colours, subtle sense of movement. Bohemian vibe?
- Danish furniture, warm wood tones, simple lines in place of clutter.
- ‘Splaces become more interesting with a few contrasting elements.’
- English leather club chairs provide homely, post-traditional vibe. Masculine.
- Turkish rugs in combination with other textile found around the world.
- Mixing scales, patterns and cultural influences creates a layered, traveled look.
Jean-Louis Deniot: creating atmospheres.
- David Collins: combines imagination and creativity to develop luxury interior design.