Mobelli: Top Decor Trends for 2018 Revealed
Mobelli Furniture + Living in collaboration with well-known South African interior decorator, Sam Lurie, have unveiled the top interior décor trends for 2018 in several stylishly presented individual concept rooms at the Mobelli showroom in Cape Town.
The internationally inspired concept rooms that are locally curated by Lurie incorporate this season’s top décor trends, which include juxtaposing modern-retro furniture; mixing materials; and contemporary, upholstered soft furnishings in various, exclusively designed in-house spaces.
“Our concept rooms are Sam’s interpretation of several trends for 2018, incorporated in one space. The results are absolutely extraordinary. Imagine having your very own interior decorator at your fingertips, these concept rooms indirectly gives you that unique opportunity. It allows clients to simply walk in to ‘shop the look’, a trend largely used in the fashion industry,” says Alon Sachs, co-owner of Mobelli Furniture + Living. The rooms, painted in rich shades of blue, green and grey consist of beautifully designed, Italian-styled furniture, specifically designed to be contemporary yet timeless. The space currently features artwork by Michaela Rinald and Susan Rood; a selection of contemporary rugs and a range of tastefully designed chandeliers, all specially sourced to complement each area and achieve a cohesive, coordinated look. Of the furniture Sachs says some of its features include sofas and chairs that have been especially made to complement and add finesse; all of which are meant for comfort and leisure. These pieces have been adapted to the progressiveness of modern–day life and form part of Mobelli’s recently launched indoor collection, which according to Sachs has been “perfectly curated” and is guaranteed to transform any living space. “Building just the right indoor space, which is both on-trend and contemporary is 100 percent possible. But choosing the right pieces of furniture is absolutely necessary to help you achieve a coordinated look. The concept rooms give the consumer an idea on just how to get it right,” he says.