While we all certainly hope to spend more time outside this year, throughout 2020, we’ve definitely learnt to better appreciate and take care of our homes. From stylish accessories to unique pieces of furniture, we have rounded up five fresh interior design ideas to give a new look to and elevate your spaces in 2021.
This creative collaboration comes from Hong Kong’s famed luxury rug and carpet brand Tai Ping. Always up for making a statement for the home, it’s collaborated this season with Shanghai-based Industrial Designer Jamy Yang on a collection titled Transcendent. This Eon 1 rug is particularly eye- catching, reminding us of parallel universes, The Matrix and aesthetic futurism.
In lucky New Year red, this Shanghai Tang Chinese garden bird and lattice espresso cup-and-saucer set is made from fine bone china, and would be a wonderful little addition to anyone’s cupboard. Sip in style — and the hues are especially appealing for new years both Western and Chinese.
Dior Maison has released some fabulous cushions for the home, emblazoned with its logo strap across the front. Reminiscent of Dior’s structured tote bags, these cushions come in a similar array of beautiful patterns and embroideries. This peachy coral version is sure to brighten up any sofa.
Using the rich tradition of American craftsmanship, Assemblage is an award-winning museum-collected wall-covering and wallpaper company that takes effort to source sustainable practices. It’s created wallpapers for clients such as Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Tiffany & Co and Dior, taking pride in designing and fabricating some of the most exquisite handmade wallpapers around. Founded by husband-and-wife fine-art experts Christian and Heidi Batteau, the brand is exclusively available at Altfield Interiors in Hong Kong, aimed at the homes of the elite.
Envelop yourself on the sofa inside a warm, luxurious cashmere blanket on chilly winter days. Italian home decor label Ludovica Mascheroni has two fabulous versions that make for perfect and fresh interior design ideas: one pure cashmere blanket with a Chinese-garden-inspired print and another double-cashmere version with fringes and details in leather with their embroidered logo.