The new colour schemes are inspired by common utility materials andteam
in fresh combinations for 1999/2000. For example, the soft “GLASS”colour
range has replaced its water colours and pastels by a palette ofbold primary
colours. While “PLASTIC”, originally featuring primarycolours, now comes in
METAL: goes soft
PLASTIC: goes pastel
WOOL: goes rugged
GLASS: goes luminous
WOOD: goes natural
Even in fabrics nature and technology no longer oppose each other butform
a harmonious alliance of two rivals. Unusual combinations are keyfor the
coming season and epitomise the new trend:
Natural, rugged fabrics like linen, tweed or velour now team up
withhigh-tech fabrics. All materials and textures can be produced both
innatural and synthetic yarns and with different technologies.
RIGID, CONSTRUCTED FABRICS
Playful ornaments and decorations are hip again and print makes a
bigcomeback. Elaborate print designs like stylised flowers or
organicMiró-like ornaments, and geometric patterns, especially stripes,
definethe look for 1999/2000.
Multicultural influences from all over the world and all walks of thelife
define the 21st century interiors. Well-blended colours, fabrics,and
patterns replace the conventional and create new aspects. Let thefive new
interior styles inspire you.