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Tawny Brown Is The Colour Trend For 2020 ♦ 2019 is not even halfway through but CovetED is already with its eyes (and heart) into 2020. And as great minds think alike so are you, right? Wondering what would be the next big trends and how to use them to revamp your interiors is one of the biggest challenges of interior design. Some trends are just predictable, as they are small evolutions or adaptations of the latest trends, or, in an even more predictable way, trends are a cycle and they always return. Other trends are just unimaginable and, at first sight, we can even have some difficulty in accepting them. What would you feel if we told you that Tawny Brown will be the colour trend for 2020? Explore this new world with CovetED.
Tawny Brown has already dominated fashion – in bags, dresses or shoes, this colour has taken over our wardrobe, but now it’s time to take over our interiors. Actually, Tawny Brown is a darker shade of Terracotta, a combination between red, orange and brown and very similar to rust. This colour will take you on big trips – it just depends on your imagination. Maybe the Autumn in New York, with the leaves being painted with this tone, or, if you prefer, to the Sahara desert during the sunset, when the sand acquires a darker tone.
By applying it to your interiors, with its grounded earth essences, you will end up creating neutral sophistication energies. Tawny brown is the true expression form of warm and steady creations.
The Portuguese luxury brand Boca do Lobo, known for its extravagant, unique designs, has embbeded in one single (but luxurious) cabinet the great achievements of the Discoveries era. In honour of King Manuel I, of Portugal, known for supporting the Portuguese exploration, the luxury furniture piece goes to the Portuguese Manuelino style and mixes it with the cities skylines. Its unique finishes and remarkable design element are inspired in the king’s legacy.
Faithful to the luxury brand’s signature, Essential Home has invested all its mid-century technique in the development of a dining chair that fills the division for itself. In a classic retro chic feel, but without forgetting the comfort and the perfection that is demanded from a luxury brand, Dining Chair can be found in many colours, being one of them tawny brown, of course.
Envolved in the softest velvet, Nº4 II Cushion by Home’s Society has the most elegant shapes. The cushion was hand embroided and its composed by natural silk and dazzling jacquards with decorations. “A piece of art with timeless soul” that will definetely help you composing your look in Tawny Brown.
Uniqueness, emotion and passion are Boca do Lobo’s important keywords – and Home’s Society plays by the same rules. In an exclusive collaboration, they’ve created Skyscraper floor lamp, one of the most original and exquisite décor pieces. With an unmistakable presence beyond its mere functional characteristics this lamp adds a classical appeal to any setting. Delicately hand carved mahogany base with a fringe lamp’s shade, Skyscraper’s base is brilliantly finished in a white lacquer with a gradual colour transition to yellow.
Etta is a large chandelier inspired by one of the best jazz singers of all times. Being the sophisticated lighting design it is, it boasts a nostalgic and feminine vibe, making it the right choice for every luxurious interior design. Each one of its brass leaves are shaped and assembled by hand by some of the most skilled artisans in Portugal. With a brushed gold standard finish, this bespoke round chandelier can be customized to fit your interior design project. A true example of high-quality craftsmanship, this modern chandelier features four suspended arcs, that together produce a feeling of bliss in every refined living room or grand hall.
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