The Upcoming Sofa Trends in 2013
Sometimes, when we already bought the latest and trendiest furniture for our homes, in several months after that, you’ll see that your so-called trendiest furniture will look so retro and outdated.
Well, that is the fact and the risk that homeowners have to face about the furniture stuffs that always change in very short periods. Because the furniture is not like the entire house design that usually change in years. Therefore, the furniture manufacturers always offer and launch newest design of the furniture that finally one of them will be the inspirator to influence the furniture design trend.
This happens according to the human life cycle that always changes and improves along with the lifestyle and the necessity of human. The sofa is one of the principal roles in the home interior furniture. It doesn’t matter what kind of house design you cling to, but the sofa is always there occupying the interior of your house, either in the living room or even bedroom. Therefore, the furniture manufacturer will always firstly update this furniture.
Basically, the sofa design is never really evolved like the home electronic appliances or even the house design. However, which changes from the sofa design is usually the upholstery design that integrates textures, motives and colors. This part of the sofa that is always explored and improved in order to get along with the human’s need.
It’s predicted that the 2013′s sofa design will be dominated by three-color palettes (Connoisseur, Glamour and New Old School). These tones are inspired by the new classic design that is characterized by the richness of colors and textures.
The First palette, Connoisseur, is based on the neutral colors like off-white and green. This palette consists of violets, liquid pink, beige and silver. By integrating these tones, it will give the ambience of old-world elegance.
Glamour palette is inspired by the Art Deco coloring style. It’s composed by Rio red, Monaco blue, tap shoe black, chinchilla, ethereal gray, moonmist, and Japser.
New Old Schoole palette has the similarity with the Glamour, only it replaces the neutral colors of Glamour. New Old School consists of Ribbon red, bright white and Sodalite blue.