Everyone can agree, it’s been a tough couple of years. After prolonged periods of isolation, socializing is making its return – with caution of course. How is this impacting our homes?
We are looking to create deeper, in-person connections focusing on conversation and togetherness. We see the rise of handmade dishes, glassware, and linens with floral or natural motifs to provide talking points and shared moments.
During lockdown we saw consumers finding joy in the simple rituals that were once overlooked, such as setting a beautiful tabletop. This has led to a desire to have a collection of tableware that can be passed on to future generations.
Want to create a multi-sensorial space? Focus on warm, natural materials such as wood, linen, rattan, and ceramics at home. This will help create a comforting feel.
Want to create a more playful and abundant space? Opt-in for jewel tones and feel free to mix-and-match sets to create the sense of optimism and abundance.