Interior Design Trends: How To Have The Dressing Room of your Dreams

CovetED Magazine 14th Edition Interior Design Magazine

CovetED Magazine has been sharing some colourful and inspiring mood boards to help interior design lovers or professionals decorate a closet, also known as a dressing room, like a pro. We started by sharing some pastel and light combination of colours and materials. Today, our suggestion relies on earth tones to give the room a warmer ambience that, together with black & gold, win a higher level of sophistication and elegance. Take a look a the following Interior Design Trends.

Interior Design Trends: How To Have The Dressing Room of your Dreams

 

The suspension lamp: Laine by DelightFULL

DelightFULL’s designers created Laine suspension lamp with the mid-century vibe in mind. Inspired by the iconic era that brought so much culture to the world, this set of spotlights arranged like magic is in your home, this modern ceiling light comes to redefine what mid-century lighting is all about. With its body made of brass and its shade of aluminum, it’s simply poetic and extravagantly scenic. Delicate telescopic tubes with its body in gold plated color and its shade in glossy white, it will only add beauty and a classical touch to your interior design.



 

The wall lamps: Neil by DelightFULL

Neil wall is just the perfect piece of retro lighting design you’ve been waiting for. A superb piece of remembrance of the retro style designs, Neil has a modern twist to it. Its elegance and the fluidity of its shape blend perfectly into a modern home design or in a hospitality design project. A modern retro wall sconce, this mid-century inspired wall light adds the innovation touch with it’s two soft round shapes that allow soft, elegant casts of light into any room.



 

The dressing table: Symphony by Maison Valentina

Symphony is a dressing table built on top of a polished brass tube structure. It features a serpentine front and countertop produced in wood and lacquered in a high gloss black. There are five small drawers on it, perfect to store the most elegant jewels, and a round mirror on the top, accented by a gold trimming.



 

The stool: Noaki by Brabbu

The monolithic statues of Easter Islands, known for Moai or Naoki, were the inspiration behind NOAKI Stool. With a seating in velvet and a base in glossy black lacquer, this distinct contemporary stool is perfect to use as a table stool, living room stool or as a footstool. Also perfect for you to sit comfortably in front of your dressing table.



 

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The mirror: Colosseum by Maison Valentina

Colosseum is a rounded oblong mirror inspired in the most iconic buildings from Ancient Rome, because of its massive size and concentric shape. It features a frame produced in polished brass accented by an LED strip around the whole body.



 

The armchair: Carver by Essential Home

A comfortable wingback chair for your living room décor or dressing room, inspired by the deep forest.



 

The floor lamp: Cypres by Brabbu

Cypres is a tree of many symbolisms and ornamental capabilities. CYPRES Floor Light by Brabbu was inspired by it, featuring a structure in glossy gold plated brass and shaders in gold plated brass and a base in white marble. This contemporary floor lamp is sure to impress in modern interior design.



 

The rug: Simba by Rug’Society

An image conceived through the combination of several graphic elements, the mixture of patterns makes the carpet an exclusive, different and irreverent piece. With a very uniform palette of colors, Simba rug stands out for the harmony between different elements, a perfect match between the rigid shapes and the curves.



 

Did you like these interior design trends? Feel inspired? Keep coming back for more interior design inspirations!

 


See Also:

COVET VALENCIA: THE LUXURY MODERN SHOWROOM YOU MUST VISIT

HERE’S AN ESSENTIAL GUIDE FOR THE MONACO YACHT SHOW 2019


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