COMPOSITE - Set trends by creating new design combinations
In everyday life, there are a lot of rules and regulations we have to comply with. The COMPOSITE trend lets you escape from this societal straitjacket and offers full creative freedom. Combining different styles, shades, textures and materials, drawing inspiration from multiple historic periods and throwing them together in an eclectic mix … with COMPOSITE, there’s only one rule: anything goes. Want to stay up to date with the latest design trends?
Endless sources of inspiration
COMPOSITE allows you to pick and choose elements you like, from whatever sources, and throw them together to create something new and unique. When it comes to finding that inspiration, the sky is the limit. Possible sources include – but are not limited to:
- 70s, 80s or even 90s nightclubs
- historical time periods, such as the Renaissance or the Baroque era
- futuristic aluminium and chrome
- nature-inspired, gentle wood, earth and green tones
With the COMPOSITE trend, there’s only one rule: anything goes!
Experiment with an eclectic colour palette
Mustard, the latest trendy tone, combines surprisingly well with both bold and more neutral colours. What do you think of this creative composition with purple and blue hues? We love the pairing of the rich, velvety mustard with the modern and eccentric purple.
Tone it up or down
An orange floor may sound a bit ‘out there’, but by combining it with ton-sur-ton contrasts, the effect is toned down and blends seamlessly with the rest of the elements in the space.
One is the loneliest number
Who says floors should only be one colour? This setup combines several vibrant shades, creating exhilarating contrast.
When old meets new
This interior clearly draws inspiration from ancient times, but the designer also added a modern twist.
The COMPOSITE movement – more than a trend
COMPOSITE hasn’t just found its way into interior design. Architects around the world are also becoming more interested in using composite materials in their projects, both indoors and outdoors, due to their durable properties. It’s yet another way in which LVT, heterogeneous vinyl and carpet tiles tick off this box!
Ready to create your own masterful compositions?