Need some ideas for your home lighting? Get inspired by these amazing Italian trends to give your lovely house a new light!
April seems a good month as any to bring a new light into your home! Whether you want to choose something big to stand out as soon as you enter your house, or only a few smaller pieces to complement your whole look, we’re sure you can get the best ideas from these Italian trends! Usually at this time of the year, one of the biggest design events takes place. If you’re an interior designer, an architect or a design lover, you certainly have it marked on your calendar: iSaloni. Unfortunately, due to the world current situation, the Italian fair won’t take place this year, being postponed for 13-18 of April of 2021. However, we’re still celebrating it this year, putting together these Italian trends just for you!
One of the most important things when choosing a new piece for your home decor, is certainly the colour. Champagne is part of the list when it comes to interior colour Italian trends for 2020, which definitely suits us, since neutral colours are easier to style. But we shouldn’t be afraid to be bold! Lemon yellow, orange, pumpkin red, fucsia, sky blue and green also make part of the list, which are all amazing colours to show off our personality.
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A simple setting with a simple, yet stylish lamp, whose design will bring everyone’s attention to it!
There’s no better or easier way to lift our mood than with brighter colours, and these Italian trends know that well. Whether you decide to adopt a total colourful look, or just a few touches, we’re sure it’ll be amazing to be in your home!
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An iconic floor lamp, DelightFULL’sSinatra floor lamp exudes a mid-century modern style that will certainly elevate your art deco interior design. Its arms are flexible to move around, so you can point the light directly where needed, making it a very versatile creation. Its colour can also be customized, helping you figure out how colourful you’d like your space to be.
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If your preference is more towards darker tones, then this beautiful blue setting with the Italian trends might be more appropriate for you and your home. Its mix of different shades of blue and also neon give life to the place!