• A+A Home Interior Trends A/W 2021.2022
  • A+A Home Interior Trends A/W 2021.2022
  • A+A Home Interior Trends A/W 2021.2022
  • A+A Home Interior Trends A/W 2021.2022

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A+A Home Interior Trends A/W 2021.2022

We cannot emphasize more that our world is trying to find new solutions for the leftovers of this planet. As they say " from the bin to center stage", by-products of food, textile, and other industrial waste is finding new life in innovative and desirable products reinforcing more and more the need for a circular economy.

Interiors are focusing more and more on natural fabrics, from Jute and banana to bark pineapple, hemp, and nettle. These fibers feel real and give us a sense of really living in nature and its cyclability, giving the design a more humble and sincere aspect. Vegetation still continues to invade our homes but it becomes more sophisticated.
We are still searching for raw, free, unique, mismatched or almost unfinished pieces, where design is guided by the inherent personality of the materials while part of the creative process is left to chance. Each piece must feel unique thanks to its imperfections.

a key trend that is finding a stronger ground in Interiors is the Nordic Influence. Leaders in innovation and recycling revolution, we are inspired by their culture, environment, and design. A balance between strength and delicateness harnessed from the pre-medieval folklore, crafts, and patterns revealing a different facet of Scandinavia other than the well-known 50's minimalism.

A mix of high-end flea market inspiration focused on poetic, fairytale objects and a lot of animals from children's' books. Jacquards are inspired by the fabrics of 50's chairs decorated with both geometric deco or floral patterns. The countryside is still an influencer thanks to its rustic and authentic nature with vintage textiles that meet noble, natural materials.

Borrowing from SKULLY and ROTHKO, rhythmical and colored abstracts, behaving like neon lights taken out of a DAN FLAVIN artwork. Colors are vivid and monochromatic, taking over spaces and large objects.

Art Deco seems to be a style worthy of a comeback characterized by bold geometric forms, bright colors and rich materials. A trend that is dominating the luxury ( and not only ) interior design market thanks to its elegant and sophisticated aesthetic. From restored and reinvented furniture pieces, finished in modern patterns and colors, to spaces and ambiances that evoke the grandeur of the art deco movement, the patterns are neither classic nor completely floral. Geometrics take over with a sophisticated color palette.


Welcome to the old-meets-new atmosphere of NY. Homes that feel like spacious lofts or brownstone apartments where collectors bring together modern art and memorabilia. Warmth is brought by summer materials used in winter, from summer amber yellows that contrast with dark and pinkish browns, inspired by the beautiful facets of city streets. KEY COLORS: golden yellow, creamy white, natural khaki greens.
KEYWORDS: 30's & 50's, raw and artistic, large geometry, brick walls, Summer tweeds, tri-dimensional stripes.

Scandinavian design is explored through a different facet, more historical and medieval. From Vikings to pop-culture, mixing the 2 for a more contemporary aesthetic. Patterns inspired by cryptic ruins, soft furs, and delicate designs show a softer side to the fierce and brutal Viking kingdom.
KEY COLORS: Ivory whites, Acqua tones, pale grey, volcanic brown
KEYWORDS: Ancient nordic, textured yarns, raw and precious, Rune Arabesque, Austere.

Greenery invades the home, as lush nature becomes a symbol of luxury and well-being. Many different shades of green are reintroduced this season but with a more sophisticated aesthetic where nature does not mean " RUSTIC" but "RIGOR" and "REFINEMENT". Colors and textiles are inspired by "VILLA NECCHI" in Milan, designed by architect Piero Portaluppi in the early thirties.
KEY COLORS: yellow-green, blue-green, bright green, khaki, Bosco green
KEYWORDS: Constructivism, nature indoor, blurred jacquards, Textured plains, velvet & suede.

A bunker house inspired by brutalist architecture and stripped to the essentials but protective from the outside. Objects are not refined in their shapes or textures, not plain, nor smooth but raw, claiming their opposition with perfectly shaped industrial objects. Textures seem rough but have a very luxurious feel, from leather to wood and stone, they are all powerful in their purest form.
KEY COLORS: Degrade' of Grey, natural beige, prune, dark green.
KEYWORDS: raw art & craft, brutalist inspiration, irregularity, textured jacquards, colored concrete.

Fairytales and imagination are leading the design process to create strange and cute artifacts. Flowers, plants, animals are always present. A retro countryside inspiration that coexists with a modern urban home.
KEY COLORS: sporty green, ruby red, vintage orange, intellectual blue, botanic green.
KEYWORDS: naive & retro inspiration, vintage stripes, matt & shiny, jacquards & prints, magic woods.

Cites and homes become technicolor, infusing energetic & chromatic vibrancy into urban monotony. Touches of black are grounding and bringing together high pigments and chemical colors. Technical materials are important while micro geometric patterns are revisited.
KEY COLORS: bright strong colors with acid green and crayon yellow and red, navy, electric blue, white.
KEYWORDS: strong personality, 60's and 80's contemporary art, monumental, streetwear influence, fun & optimistic.

A new cold and seductive way to show off a romantic side through Art Deco references that are modernized and very curated. A conceptual interior, playing with angular shapes, smooth textures, and elaborate compositions.
KEY COLORS: cold pinks, dusty pinks, pale pinks, deep berry tones, grey & brown.
KEYWORDS: Maxi compositions, graphic but feminine, a touch of copper & brass, abstract flowers, elegant curves.

  • 11 rich illustrated and inspirational trend themes with color proposals

  • Each topic with Color ranges of yarns, fabric swatches and plastic chips as working tool

  • Colors are identified by A + A IDs and additionally with Cross reference lists for Pantone®, Scotdic® and Clariant® numbers.

  • Ringbinder, 37 x 30 cm, 125 pages
    Country of origin: Italy
    Language: English, Italian

    2 issues a year published in July and January.

    Price per item = €1,950.00

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