We are in a time of transition. When the future is unsure, we react in different ways. Maybe we look back to the well-known, or maybe we choose to look forward with optimism. Whatever the reaction, BoConcept translates the trends of the time in their new collection for 2013.
It is clear that the home grows in importance and the look of the home also displays the longing for old virtues and traditions. Bo Concept mainly looks back to the 50’s and 60’s with the American ‘Mad men’ TV series as the perfect reference.
In the BoConcept 2013 collection you find many stylish pieces matching this trend. The sofa is comfortable yet still elegant. The choice of material defines the look in the room – exclusive black leather for that formal and elegant look or a petrol blue for a more feminine setting. The coffee table combines 2 types of wood and is used as display for elegant glass vases and designer books.
Both arm chairs and dining chairs have a classic, clean look and focus on comfort is high. Colours are deep and mature and of course beautifully coordinated for a stylish, well-balanced look.
The other strong trend this coming season is a look based on the German Bauhaus style with all its graphic lines and signal colours. It is casual, optimistic and playful and mixes prints, patterns and colours in unexpected ways. The look is very much defined by the use of accessories – a personal mix of cushions in funny shapes and edgy prints in the modular sofa, quirky sculptures in natural materials and metal lamps with an industrial look. Or how about a book case in a bright blue combined with other wall units in white to further add some freshness to this casual, inspirational look.
No matter if you are in for the old virtues and the classic look or you feel adventurous with bright colours and humorous sculptures you will find lots of great inspiration in your BoConcept store, online on boconcept.com or in our new inspiring design catalogue.
The new collection will be available from 1 September 2012.
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