Summer Colours and Design Trends you won’t unsee this Summer!
Summer Colours and Design Trends of 2020‘s summer are here, hope you’ll feel these summer vibes in your veins.
The summer is coming and we’re starting to all leave our houses again, of course keeping in mind what our local authorities tell us what we can and can’t do. For those who can’t wait for the summer to begin, we have something special today. Let’s dig deeper into the world of this year’s summer colours and design trends.
Let’s first take a general look at what the summer colours and design trends are. That’s the easiest way to start and thanks to this little intro, you’ll always have something to base yourself on while reading this article. We’ve looked at the Pantone trends and the general mood boards we create, together with our sister brand Essential Home. Check it out down here and you’ll immediately be able to think more creatively.
WAIT! Before we get deeper into the summer colours and design trends of this summer, you should just see how amazingly this mid-century lamp has been playing hide and seek. Realy, how cool is that Botti suspension in the corner of the left photo?! You wouldn’t tell, but even an amazing bombastic designer lamp as Botti can be well placed and still steal the show, at least when the lights are off. So even if you don’t like to have a bombastic effect, mid-century lamps will always be the best!
Now that you’ve seen the general summer colours and design trends, we can start making our delicious summer cocktail with the following 3 ingredients. Starting with a soft coral pinkdining room design. Starting soft, because we like our mid-century styled cocktail to be something unique and high qualitative. What we see here is completely what you can expect for this summer‘s trends. The touches and colours create an extraordinary environment and ambience.
GET THIS AMAZING LOOK
To juicy up our cocktail of summer colours and design trends, we’re going to take a look at this more dark-toned hallway. You may think this doesn’t suit our cocktail, but let me explain to you why that’s incorrect. As you can see we see a darker toned orange peel and a mixture of classic blue and mosaic blue. These colours all fit the Pantone 2020 summer trend, right? So, if we take a deeper look, we see that the marble and the extraordinary lamp designs make this room feel lighter. So thanks to the combination of the mid-century decor details and the Pantone colour mix, you feel the warmth of this hallway. That’s why it suits the summer because it brings warmth and brightness.
GET THIS LOOK
To finish our delicious cocktail of summer colours and design trends, we’re going to another dining room. Here you’ll see that both general trending elements have been well connected in this room. The fantasy-like soft colours of the Pantone trending palet and our own mood board, with these amazing mid-century and luxury finishes. Oh, before we forget, check out the amazing Hanna ceiling lamp. This ceiling lamp will give this dining room the light show it deserves.
There you go, hope you liked our cocktail full of summer colours and design trends. It was a pleasure to have made it for you.