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We don’t have to follow runway trends to see the hottest denim cut, prints, or the colors that are newly chic for the season. It’s splashed all over the television, internet and in retail stores. In the furniture world, the same rule applies. There are even some instances where, like a lunar eclipse, the trendiest colors and styles from both the interior and fashion markets directly coincide. In a brilliant showcase of fluorescents and bold color combinations, many furniture designers have followed suit this year by introducing vivid hues using woven textures.
Thanks to the woven threads used for fishing nets, designer Sebastian Herkner took on the challenge of creating a chair in two bright colors that he calls Banjooli. Named after the ostrich, the Banjooli chair for Moroso symbolizes the large bird’s mating dance where the males flap their wings to impress the females. As you can see, the colors that tint the fishing nets and structure come in unexpected combinations. Cordula Kehrer designed the Bow Bin Base Weave baskets for Areaware out of sustainably harvested rattan with youthful colors of plastic. The wastebasket serves as a purely functional piece in most instances, so the craftspeople of the Bow Bin Base Weave baskets – the indigenous Aeta people of the Philippines – worked with Kehrer to make a more appealing interpretation of “waste management”. Capping off the assortment of big, beautiful weaves, the crosshatching appearance of the Mini Basketweave design by Chilewich/Sultan is perfect for tabletops and floor mats. Its slim profile comes in six different sizes and four colorways that are easy to keep bright and clean. Combine the colorful features of the chair, wastebasket and mats with a modern or traditional interior for a pop of color and a nod to the spring/summer style of 2013.