‘Wild’ Interior Trend at Maison Objet 2016

The Interior Trend rooms at Maison Objet – ‘Wild’

‘Wild’ was the Interior trend showing at Maison Objet which will get stronger over the next two years as this trend filters into the interior ranges and products.

Wild is a trend built around the idea from savage to sacred. In the trend rooms it showed a journey in three stages Forest, Urban, Nature. Showing how future aesthetic transformations will be related to nature. About the forest being a place of healing. Expressing the renewed interest in urban flora growing with urban botanical classes, foraging, pressed + preserved plants etc for product inspiration and how we live our lives at home going forward.

You can walk through the Wild rooms online to get a feel for the inspiration rooms and I have also shared a few photos below:

Stands at Maison Objet 2016:

This trend was evident on so many stands with the use of big fern plants, grasses and greens. I have shared a few key stands that showed how this trend is evolving brining the outside inside our homes. Also loving the big hanging plant bags / or oversized grow bags as a idea, so you can bring different levels into your garden.

I especially love the mix of greens and yellows / soft sages with silver / deep greens with Apple yellows / very soft sage with navy and grey / chalky Algie greens are a colour I want to explore for our next ranges. Creating dusky tones that mix together effortlessly.

Natasha Marshall Interior Collections.

We have a wide variety of greens in our current collections that you can mix to create a look in line with this growing ‘Wild’ trend bringing the outside in.

In our Ikon collection the key colours to focus on are the Apple in Plectrum, Zip, Drift, Beanstalk designs.

Or in our Alegre collection it is Cactus & Nightshade colours in designs Link, Pompom or Bud.

Then mix with Alibi plains – Apple, Olive, Parchment & Moon Rock.

If starting with wallpaper look at our Tandem collection and start with Plectrum lemon slice, Shoot cactus, Drift Slate or Pompom Nightshade.