The new collection at Indigo Living.
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DUBAI – Indigo Living, an upscale home furnishing and interior company, recently launched its new spring and summer 2019 collection as it celebrates its 40th anniversary.
Continuing to ride a wave of metallic trends, the four latest style stories bring together plush opulence, clean lines and gilded details in distinct, sensual palettes.
From the European elegance of Parisian Blush and royal blue hues of Blue Moon, to the sumptuous neutrals of Natural Realism and geometric motifs of Bellissimo, there’s plenty to inspire a new season of designer urban oases.
“It’s been an amazing journey and the new collection marks our anniversary,” said John McLennan, Founder and Executive Chairman of Indigo Living. “The new design transforms uninspired spaces into style sanctuaries. We wanted to create a clean comfortable look that is creative and echoes elegance. The new collection is now available in stores and online,” added McLenna.
The four distinct styles are:
PARISIAN BLUSH: Unfurling and understated. For a clean, feminine aesthetic that welcomes you into a space, this fresh and glamourous look combines cosy comforts with beautiful details. The new collection provides the perfect canvas to feature a romantic palette of muted lavenders, creams and dusty pinks.
NATURAL REALISM: Serene simplicity. Step into a world of contemporary comfort, with crisp clean lines balancing an exotic array of natural materials and motifs. The new collection is perfect for maximising small spaces.
BELLISSIMO: Modern luxe. Challenging perception through material, finish and form, this look harbours plenty of optical illusions. This inviting and social look is designed to accommodate friends and family for entertaining.
BLUEMOON: Ethereally eclectic. Cool, calm and creative, this bright and sophisticated look creates a lofty and ethereal sense of space.
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