Each design can transform every room into elegant statement piece.
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DUBAI – Indigo Living, an upscale home furnishing and interior company, on Monday launched its new spring and summer 2020 collection.
The three new styles feature bold, flirtatious and dramatic designs for this season.
From the coastal aesthetic of Organic Luxe; leafy prints and foliage-inspired forms of the Botanical Home to the bold, playful trend of Miami Chic – each design can transform every room into elegant statement piece.
The Botanical Home trend is a new look that evokes the vibrant desert style of Palm Springs. With leafy prints and foliage-inspired forms, pops of brilliant colour and simple, retro silhouettes, Botanical Home will make you feel like you’ve stepped into a photograph by Slim Aarons, the American photographer known for photographing celebrities and jetsetters between 1950 and 1975. The Botanical Home look is like stepping into one of Aarons’ playful, sunny images – yet with an added touch of luxe.
Balancing a carefree coastal aesthetic with retro glamour, Organic Luxe is serene yet sophisticated. This trend answers the need for a home you can retreat to for solace, while keeping it chic by playing with contrast and luxurious touches.
Homes get a vibrant update with a dose of zesty Miami style. Both breezy and retro, this look is informed by bold, geometric forms, smooth curves, popping colour and mixed materials. Underpinning this trend is a much-beloved art, design and architecture movement. PR/Expat Media
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