Contribution: Jana Ezzeddine
Spring is here and it definitely showed on the runways. With a range of designs reflecting the diversity that comes along with spring, Paris gave us everything from charming flowers to edgy cutouts. These interesting runway trends can be seen also in the world of interior design. In an example of how “art imitates art”, today’s post will give your homes a touch of the latest runway concepts using simple furniture elements.
This George Hobeika SS15 inspired chandelier reflects Hobeika’s feminine collection.
The blossom chandelier shows how crystal can be soft, romantic and organic. And when it is used densely with an internal light, it becomes very magical, reflecting the soft hues of the crystal flowers.
Rami Kadi SS15 gave us an amazing illusion of light and material.
This seemingly transparent chair changes in its appearance as light passes through it. It reflects and colors the light that both hits it and passes through it. The 8 clear facets of the chair come alive thanks to the dichroic treatment of the Plexiglas, the chair literally creates its own lighting effects.
Another piece that gives us a hint of Rami Kadi is this table finished off with shiny metal foil sheets.
Dior SS15 collection can be transferred into your homes with whimsical, oversized, and vibrantly colored pieces. This console is inspired by the striped skirts shown on the runway.
A Versace SS15 inspired look should definitely exude confidence. This table does so on a lot of levels. Its bold red color and intriguing sheer-like cutouts can flavor up any ordinary room.