Interior Design Style : Introduction to 5 Trending Materials

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There are numerous approach with potential materials that used in designing a space. The usage totally determined with the concept of a space and what sort of message you want to have for end user.

Another factor that influence material selection is the value for money. As a consultant, we understand each material value, durability, maintenance, and what it would bring to the table.

These materials are seem to be on trend over the world for some time now.


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Here are introduction to 5 trending materials.

  1. WOOD

Wood has been used for over centuries. Being aesthetic on its own, designing with wood has changed in this contemporary era. It flexibility to adapt in most of style while still affordable makes it as one of the main reason of huge usage on this material.

Ro Skin by O'Sullivan Sofuoglu Architects

Ro Skin by O'Sullivan Sofuoglu Architects

Thomas House by Soda

Thomas House by Soda

Elii Architect

Elii Architect

2. CONCRETE

Nowadays, concrete look has become trend, due to its minimalism aesthetic that gives industrial vibes and low cost application.

Kloke by David Goss

Kloke by David Goss

Voice of Coffee by Yusuke Seki

Voice of Coffee by Yusuke Seki

Nomad Loft by Worrell Yeung

Nomad Loft by Worrell Yeung

3. MARBLE

Marble has been many favorite since long. To many, it associated with luxury, with its natural grain that considered as a piece of art.

Rob Mills

Rob Mills

Saint Laurent Paris

Saint Laurent Paris

4. TERRAZZO

Terrazzo was once a cheap material option to use. Today, the application of terrazzo has become modern and fun, with some designer prefer to create custom colors that looks bold and elegant.

WeWork by LineHouse

WeWork by LineHouse

Tintagel House by Unversal Design Studio

Tintagel House by Unversal Design Studio

Lievito by MDDM Studio

Lievito by MDDM Studio

5. STEEL & METAL

Last but not least, steel & metal is dearly loved by designers due to its ability to bend, strong, and able to stay slim. The material itself has this exquisite look that makes space feels luxury with its own aesthetic.

Acne by Christian Hallerod

Acne by Christian Hallerod

Golran by Storage Associati

Golran by Storage Associati

Heike by An Design Studio

Heike by An Design Studio

 

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