Bringing Mood to Spaces
In her sixth year at DOMOTEX, American interior designer and blogger Holly Becker designed the Mood Spaces at this year’s event to serve as inspiration to various professionals such as specialist retailers, architects, interior designers, and contractors.17 Jan 2024
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In her presentation at DOMOTEX on Stage on 11 January, Becker explained how to successfully design rooms that enhance people's well-being and how she went about developing Mood Spaces.
The subjects of this year’s Mood Spaces designed by Holly Becker
In collaboration with CAPAROL ICONS and the new Concept Store by Möbel Staude, Holly Becker embraced this year’s keynote theme FLOORED BY NATURE through six inspiring room scenarios. Beyond showcasing the latest trends, these installations demonstrated the dynamic interplay between color and design on floors and walls, as well as with carpets, lighting, accessories, and soft furnishings.
CALM THE SENSES
In a whirlwind of thoughts, create a tranquil nook and relax. Neutral colors, ambient lighting, and tactile surfaces reduce stress and anxiety. For in the depths of calm, true strength unfolds, worries vanish, clarity emerges.
Remote work is the norm, so design evolves to support us. This desk with hidden cable storage closes to become a discreet table. The deep hues of nature, green and navy, help sharpen your focus while geometric patterns provide feelings of stability, order, and strength.
Be progressive in your color approach, open and willing to change the status quo. Yellow-green ignites imagination, and orange radiates warmth.
Step into a sanctuary of curated treasures, where each object whispers stories of personal journeys and passions. Let the vibrant energy of deep red ignite your spirit, while the soothing warmth of peach nurtures your soul.
Infuse your space with a happy, playful touch by balancing crisp lines with vibrant prints, fun lighting, reflective surfaces, and patterns in cheerful hues like purple and yellow.
Wabi Sabi celebrates imperfection and nature's beauty. Handcrafted design emphasizes the unique marks that human hands bring to objects. Black adds contrast and accentuates imperfections while brown embraces.
Find all information on all six Mood Spaces designed by Holly Becker here.
About Holly Becker
Holly Becker is an American multidisciplinary interiors expert who works as an interiors and concept designer, best-selling author, and trend expert since 2006. She is the founder of one of the world's first design blogs, decor8, and has written four best-selling interior design books, which were published in more than 20 languages. She also works as a designer of exhibition stands for various trade fairs, and lectures on interior design trends and presents on video.
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