We want to celebrate some of the finest and most influential French interior designers. Jean-Louis Deniot, Jacques Grange, and Pierre Yovanovitch, just to name a few. With each designer having their own varying design styles, you’re bound to find inspiration from at least one designer. Some are eclectic, classic, or modern, yet all are elevated and inspirational. We hope you’ll have a shared admiration for what they bring to the design world.
Before we start thinking about design trend predictions for 2023, we wanted to take the time to look back at this year & select some of our favorite developments in interior design. Much like in the fashion world of recent years, interiors are increasingly becoming less about what’s trendy and more about personal expression. As designers, we are asked to evolve with this highly personal and more nuanced approach to interiors, constantly scouring for new solutions. Plaster lighting, minimalism vs. maximalism are just two favorite highlights in our studio.
2022 Design Trends
It's a vibe… a state of mind and even a lifestyle. California Casual incorporates a mix of playful, chic, and eclectic elements and exudes an effortlessly collected and relaxed atmosphere. You won't find any bold color statements with this style. It’s all about subtleties, neutral tones, textures, and an abundance of natural light. Despite the minimalism and "lack" of color, this style never feels cold or uncomfortably modern. We invite you to read about a few key features that distinguish this vibe.
We have been seeing a movement emerge in the commercial design world: designers are creating office spaces that we could live in.
This inspired us to think about a tailored, residential approach that creates layered and inviting offices. What does it take to design a productive workspace that is inspiring, motivating, as well as efficient? After all, who wants to work in a space defined by the stark, utilitarian cubical. Let's embrace this new direction to a brighter and more decorated work environment.