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10 interior design and furniture trends from Milan Design Week 2019
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Milan Design Week 2019 wasn’t radically different from 2018’s, with some trends that had developed, while others burned out.

There were fewer examples of leather and fur, as brands shift to responsibly sourced materials with fewer wasteful processes.

Eco-conscious and sustainable materials, sculptural shapes and technology-crafted designs were still big in this edition. Terrazzo was not as prominent as in previous years, but marble was still found in surprising places and combinations.

Brands chose many colours, ranging from pastels to vibrant shades. Here, we have picked out a range of exciting products available on the market that will have your home looking on-trend.

(Photo: Playful Mash.T Design Studio’s Ventura Future exhibit)

Trend Report by Grace Davin. Additional reporting by Domenica Tan. 

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