The 2021 Color trends are strongly influenced by hyper-connection and technological dependence, so the shades proposed fully reflect these factors that define the color trends of the year.
The palette that paints 2021 is an enveloping rainbow of warm and deep colors, very far from the shades that had characterized 2020 where cold and strong tones were the masters, representing a society in search of balance.
It is in fact a close correlation between the emerging movements of society and the colors that create the chromatic trends through research and interpretations carried out by ColorWorks®.
We present some interesting proposals that reflect in an exemplary way the new color experience, declined by the most interesting designers and the most representative brands of the luxury world.
Without forgetting that the intent is to bring attention to the need to live more authentic experiences, where even human engagement seems to have become a luxury, a concept often narrated with the expression “luxurification of human engagement” And so here are colors that each refer to key concepts: bright pink, “silly”; the discreet gold of off-the-grid luxury; the strong orange that recalls friendship; the delicate talc of the screens; and the gray of technology.
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Métaphores | Pépite
Pépite wool satin has the precious glow of gold. Its texture is based on a double weft that makes the fabric extremely soft, enhanced by golden threads that catch the light. Impressions range from the mineral world to a cloudy sky where sunbeams break through the haze.
Ethimo | Venexia
A tribute to the functional elegance of furnishings typical of city living in the late nineteenth century, Venexia is the new design challenge from Ethimo and Luca Nichetto. Visually reminiscent of old-fashioned railings, the structure of the furniture is made of a refined harmonious series of very thin aluminium slats, shaped with ad hoc moulds to ensure uniformity.
Diabla | ARP
ARP, the latest outdoor furniture collection created by Borja García and Laura Ros from their architecture firm Made Studio for Diabla, represents their conception of design as something passionately rational, as analytic as it is emotional. From a tubular structure in a textured thermo-lacquered aluminum – with a great expressive register, functionality and durability – and with a name inspired by the succession of vertical lines, evoking the strings of a harp, the series is made up of an armchair, two-seater sofa and two low tables in different sizes.
Wall&decò | Beyond Reality
The Beyond Reality wallpaper designed by Draga & Aurel is a minor metaphysical journey, silent and poetic. By means of imaginary windows, abstract objects and natural elements, it provides an atmosphere that is familiar and reassuring, while reconnecting us with the outside world at the same time.
B&B Italia | Borea
Borea is a complete and eclectic collection of outdoor seats and tables designed by Piero Lissoni. The numerous pieces in the collection have in common tubular metal structures with a fluid and seamless design, without joints and interruptions.
Pedrali | Panarea
Light, sunny, elegant. These are three good adjectives for Panarea, the new outdoor collection from Pedrali, created by CMP Design. Panarea stems from an idea of a Mediterranean coastal landscape, with an armchair and a lounge chair featuring a crafted weave, 100% Made in Italy.
Baxter | Ronchamp
Elegant, sinuous, sculptural. The new Ronchamp table by Baxter is a combination of forms and materials. Juxtaposing marble with nubuck leather, the various lines are enhanced, creating games of light and shadow.