Emerging designs aiming to create happiness and comfort can be described in one of two ways:
Bright and cheerful or pared-back and soothing.
According to a study, 71% of consumers have said they will continue to cook more at home even after the pandemic indicating a further investment in the kitchen and dining room.
Bright and Cheerful
Gone are the days of cookie cutter spaces as maximalists palettes make their splash to create everyday joy. Consumers looking to achieve this aesthetic are updating tools with bold colours to mix-and-match varying tastes.
Not sure about committing to bold colours? Try a punchy pastel and play with transparency and texture instead to create the eye-catching and cheerful visual interest.
Pared-back and Soothing
Consumers looking to achieve this aesthetic are embracing minimalism and purchasing powder-matte surfaces in a natural earth tone with grey scales. Key materials include stoneware, pottery, and silicone to create the high-quality handmade feel.