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21/01/2021 | TRENDS

INTO AN INCREASINGLY BLUE

Posted by: Editorial staff

If blue, in its several versions from ultramarine to light blue, represents an easy choice for a house by the water stealing view from pieces of sky and sea, this color’s application in city environments is less obvious. That’s a pity, blue is always beautiful, elegant, positive. In this roundup some suggestion with classic, sophisticated, innovative, unusual pieces that fit for harmony or opposition to any style. A trend that comes directly from fashion.

Chair_One by Konstantin Grcic for Magis. (Photo www.magisdesign.com)
Kong by Stefano Giovannoni for Qeeboo. (Photo www.qeeboo.com)
Monochrome Blue Console by Boca Do Lobo. (Photo PressLoft)
Mr Blue Steel Rim Wall Clock by Karlsson. (Photo PressLoft)
H2O F Nebulite blue by In-es.artdesign. (Photo PressLoft)
El Paso by Giulio Cappellini for Cappellini. (Photo www.cappellini.com)
COMBO | leather patchwork rug by HOMMÉS Studio. (Photo PressLoft)
Marble vase by VG New Trend. (Photo PressLoft)
Schlemmer bowl of ACH collection by HOMMÉS Studio. (Photo PressLoft)
CHAPLINS Camaleonda Sofa by Mario Bellini for B&B Italia. (Photo PressLoft)
Pantone 2020 | Ellen Dining Chair Classic Blue by Essential Home. (Photo PressLoft)

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