Fall Winter Trends 2020/2021 is today’s topic! We are going to bring some rugs’ inspiration based on the London Fashion Week and next week, we will showcase some inspirations based on the New York Fashion Week.
Autumn/Winter 2020/2021 colours for London Fashion Week reflect our desire for a substantial palette of meaningful colour. These colours are expressive of a classic British sensibility offer longevity, durability and can endure.
These are colours that exhibit uplift, convey an optimistic sense of fun and purpose and whose intrinsic versatility encourages creativity and instils confidence. Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director of the Pantone Color Institute, describes London Fashion Week Colours as:
“Autumn/Winter 2020/2021 is a story of mindfulness as we see a stripping back of colour to the essentials. Prevailing in singular colour statements, our colour story for Autumn/Winter 2020/2021 conveys a message of strength and purposefulness with a sense of optimism.”
The Fall Winter Trends
2020/2021 Colour Palette
The Rugs Inspiration
GRAFFITIFIED II is a premium rug inspired by the act of graffiti. If you want a rug that reminds you of the best of the urban art and to offer you the energy of city life, GRAFFITIFIED II rug will definitely conquer your heart.
Antheia is the goddess of gardens, flowers, and vegetation. Inspired by the diversity of life on Earth we create the Antheia Rug, a product that will show the power of nature and its elegance.
The Human body is composed of different types of cells. This rug will be the body of your dining room, bringing together all the other design cells in one perfect design body. CELL rug combines the grandiosity of three materials: Botanical Silk, Natural Wool and Lurex.
An image conceived through the combination of several graphic elements, the mixture of patterns makes this modern rug exclusive, different and irreverent. With a very uniform palette of colours and using three different techniques, hand-tufted, loop and cut. SIMBA stands out for the harmony between different elements, a perfect match between the rigid shapes and the curves.
Based on the language of the German avant-garde movement – Bauhaus, was one of the greatest and most important expressions of what is called Modernism in design and architecture. A journey through the history of the Bauhaus is style, modernity and ideology, which can be in your living room.
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