Empatika Aces 2015 Interior Design Trends
Every year revered interior designers announce what will trend in the months to come, and 2015 has been heralded as the year of creative recycling, natural themes and versatile design. Empatika, London’s premier fitted furniture company has already aced every single design trend for 2015.
Reuse and recycle, and more recently “upcycling” has been growing in popularity in recent years. The creativity involved in reusing and recycling materials has caught the attention of many interior designers and eco-friendly homeowners. Not only is minimising the amount of junk we throw away great for the environment, converting an item into something else can give a home a unique and personal feel.
Tristan Titeux, the founder of Empatika has long been putting his waste wood to good use and creating recycled furniture. The Milo furniture range is available as a bespoke service which fuses pieces of waste wood together to create tables and fitted furniture such as shelves and wine racks.
Another interior design trend readily embraced by Empatika is versatile design – a process familiar to a fitted furniture company. Empatika’s expertise in design and customer attentiveness allows homeowners to create the room of their dreams. From made to measure home libraries or media units to bespoke workstations for the home office, Empatika advise and show painstaking attention to detail through every stage of the design and build.
Tristan Titeux, Director of Empatika, said, “I love following the latest trends in interior design, as creating the perfect and harmonious living environment is important to most people. I’m passionate about helping people create a sanctuary where they can relax and unwind and enjoy spending time with loved ones. Stylish and practical furniture is a big part of that, as it acts as a functional storage solution and adds to the décor of the room.”
Natural themes and organic colour schemes are another noted trend of the year ahead. Bringing the outside in and decorating the home with plants is set for a surge in popularity, as not only does it make the house fresh and appealing it had added wellbeing benefits. Organic tones such as earthy beige and brown, white and grey are also predicted to be hot in homes across the UK. Contemporary, white furniture is an Empatika staple and can really add space and light to any room.
Tristan added, “If you’re a person who likes to be on trend, then you’ll definitely want to invest in white furniture this year.”
To find out more about Empatika’s eco-friendly fitted furniture service, visit http://www.empatika.uk/
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About Empatika: We specialise in designing and making contemporary bespoke fitted furniture. We have perfected our techniques to offer beautifully crafted storage, ensuring that any requirements you have are accommodated and your belongings fit perfectly within.