We upload and pin images from a range of sources; from our findings at international exhibitions, to works from designers and crafters both old and new from all around the world. We build the story of each trend and release them to our readers and followers as an inspirational mood board with a focus on colour, material, texture and pattern for product design & development, styling and merchandising. Take a look at our new trend board release called New Horizons…Continue reading “TREND UPDATE: New Horizons”
So many of our apparent choices in this digital age are predetermined for us – we are constantly being directed. Online recommendations steer us away from what is unrelated, unfamiliar and unexpected. This effectively edits out anything that challenges our pre-existing beliefs and interests.
The Surface Design Show takes place in February at the Business Design centre in London, they focus on interior and exterior surfaces specific to the building, architectural and interior design industries. This show is a ‘must visit’ for us; you can learn from industry professionals, network and connect with innovative and exciting materials. This immersive environment enables us to select product from new designers for future projects, we are also able to confirm our past trend prediction in real time relating to themes, materials, colours and pattern design.
Last month we made the journey to the US to work at the International Surfaces Event (TISE) in Las Vegas. This exhibition is the largest North American floor covering, stone, and tile industry event and is the premier, global marketplace for buyers, specifiers, and influencers to purchase products, gain design and trend information, and develop their business strategies.
In our first Pinterest board release of the year; we are giving you all the inspiration you need, from pattern style and colour stories to product materials and texture direction. Check out our Pinterest Board!
Do you have a product development, or redesign to complete early in January? Or an interior design scheme to begin? Maybe a workplace project to consider?