The 10th edition of BDNY has recently come to an end. BDNY 2019 showcased the latest hospitality interior design trends that will surely be present on every design project created all around the world. That’s why Design Build Ideas is bringing you our top interior design trends seen at the event. Enjoy and be inspired!
Now in its 10th year, Boutique Design New York (BDNY) is the leading trade fair and conference for hospitality’s boutique and lifestyle segment, serving interior design professionals in the United States, Canada and Europe. For two high-energy days each November, it’s the creative nexus of the industry—bringing 8,000+ designers, architects, purchasing agents, hoteliers, owners and developers together with 750+ inventive manufacturers of design elements for hospitality interiors.
Presented annually by Boutique Design at NYC’s Javits Center, BDNY 2019 offered designers the ultimate sourcing experience: a focused selection of exceptional design elements for hotel, restaurant, spa, club, cruise ship and senior lifestyle interiors; a gallery aesthetic with hard-wall displays and an atmosphere conducive to doing business; uber-inspiring Designed Spaces for attendee use, created by leading hospitality design teams using exhibitor product.
Here are some top interior design trends we spotted at BDNY 2019:
Environmentally friendly and energy-efficient, Biophilia trend creates a whole new concept, based on spaces that benefit the people who are operating within the built environment. It is, at its core, an architectural framework inspired by the natural world that weaves the organic patterns and forms of nature into the built environment, strengthening the human-nature connection that everyone yearns for…
The notion of high-quality materials walks hand in hand when one uses raw materials, especially when it comes to wood finishes. These are the foundation with which all artisans work, and above all, they are irregular and rough and instead of being highly finished they are rather handworked and weathered. From marble to iron, coal, cotton, hand-thrown terracotta, galvanised steel, Baltic granite and natural woods, there are numerous raw materials that will help you create the most exquisite interior design spaces as well as furniture designs, lighting pieces and home accessories.
Mid-century Modern Inspirations
The mid-century modern style is always one of the biggest decor trends. In interior design, materials such as wood, brass, leather, and velvet are key to adding mid-century style into your home decor. You’ll find tones of gold, brown, navy blue and the typical orange and red are simply the best choices to add that touch of The Great Gatsby’s luxury in your life. The truth is that mid-century modern design has never really gone out of fashion, and it’s no wonder since it’s easy to live with and it’s a look that can be combined carefully with other styles.
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