We have released the first of our Spring/Summer 2017 Trend Pinterest Board; Organic Matter. This trend will give you all the inspiration you need, from pattern and color stories to product shape and texture direction.
(Over Growth Model Photography by Riley Messina and Parker Fitzgerald, Seoul Skygarden by MVRDV Architects)
Organic Matter is an ever evolving trend and this season we explore possible creative outcomes of an extreme naturalness; where nature quite literally takes control. We begin to rethink our relationship with nature as we integrate flowers and foliage into buildings, structures and into our home. From vertical gardens to urban farms, we embrace locally & home grown produce and rural environments in all our major cities.
Pattern & Product Direction
As we venture into spring designers focus on allowing nature to become the creator… from nature on land to nature in the sea. Coral and lichen like growths appear in shape and patterning while unpredictable, untamed and organically developed elements of nature are present on ceramics, tableware and interior fashion accessories.
(The Fragility of Time flower sculpture by Ignacio Canales Uracil, Oscar de la Renta dress S/S17 Collection, Embroidered Flower Appliqués, Epiphytes by Dossofiorito, Urban Florals by Swallows & Damsons)
In order to promote the harmony between man and nature we explore combining multiple materials in the heart of our living environment. Raw, rustic reclaimed wood and concrete; mix with warm metallic features for a modern yet natural styling. Hammered and weathered-look metals, bark-like textures and leaf prints are key elements, while ceramic and porcelain tiles have an authentic geological aesthetic.
This color palette is an intriguing mix of urban neutrals and dazzling brights. As well as the coral and pink tones we also see a catalogue of botanical greens and crisp blues. An emergence of earthy pigments in all tones will dominate interior product from fresh mint to herb shades. This harmonious color relationship reflects our human desire to live in unity with earth.
Links to all images can be found on our Organic Matter Pinterest Board.