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We discover Azuki, the new interior decorative trend of Maisons du Monde for the autumn-winter season

News comes to each station so we can adapt the interior decoration of the house to the specificities of the moment. The colors, textures and uses are changing depending on whether we are in the cold or hot season. If we can not always radically change all the decoration and home furniture, for obvious reasons of comfort and budget, there are simple alternatives that can allow us create different environments according to the date of the year in which we are. Despite being at the beginning of August, summer will come to an end in a few weeks and after the return to school we will be almost nothing from the beginning of autumn.

With this, the colors change, the light is reduced and the house begins its evolution towards other times when we are more inside and we seek more comfort in our home interior. To prepare for this, Maisons du Monde He proposes some clues of what will be color trends and interior decoration styles for the fall-winter season of this year. Color is an important part of the decorative elements in the home and this year the Azuki is in a position of honor. Azuki It is a term that comes to us from the Far East, specifically from Japan, and refers to the Japanese red beans whose tones have been inspired by the creatives of Maisons du Monde to offer us some decorative ideas that we discover below.

Living and dining room furniture

He Azuki style inspired by Japan not only focuses on color but also the oriental style that permeates in a definite way this autumn's trend in Maisons du Monde. I loved for example the Malik sofa in velvet and terracotta color that will be ideally integrated in an autumnal environment. In addition, it is convertible so you will have the opportunity to have an additional bed for the visits of the end of the year parties.

The Yaounde solid mango and acacia wardrobe is simply charming and will be one of the great stars of your living room or dining room for its light and elegant style. You can combine it with reddish decorative elements or place next to a terracotta sofa, for example.

If we talk about chairs, to accompany your seasonal decorative style, the Zia braided wicker chair is simply perfect. In addition to comfortable, his style is timeless so you can use it beyond the fall. Its color inspires tranquility while the wicker gives us a zen and natural touch that we love.

Wall decoration for interior harmony

Mural decoration is of first importance when we talk about an interior style. It is not only about furniture and carpets so mirrors, lamps and other simply decorative objects have all their importance. For wall decoration, I really liked this piece of pink, brush and purple metal that will look perfect as the main element of a corner.

For those who love mirrors on the walls, the round black paper model is simple, lightweight and offers us the possibility of maintaining a more sober style with dark elements that will contrast with the red azuki that we can find in other elements.

In mirror complement round, this black photo frame with engraved leaf motifs will continue in the same style with very defined oriental dyes that will accompany us in the winter season.

And with shades already more colorful and closer to the Azuki trend proposed by Maisons du Monde, this canvas with cherry tree print has a discreet elegance and is an excellent reminder to distant Japan. Its measures of 80 by 80 centimeters make it a decorative piece of very good size for a dining room, for example.

Ideas for a Zen bedroom

The bedroom It is one of the areas of the house that requires the most attention to make it as calm and relaxing as possible. For this, it is not only a good mattress and blinds that cover the light in the morning.

The decoration and details They are of utmost importance like this black metal lamp with a white screen that measures 42 centimeters high, that is, it is much more than a simple bedside table lamp. You can place it as a perfectly fine decorative piece and have elegance and functionality very easily.

If yours are the cushions, I congratulate you since they are always elements that save our day when we want to create a cozy and comfortable space with few resources. Some pillows and cushions with good covers and we will have an almost perfect decoration.

If you have a little available space in the bedroomThere is nothing like being able to create a Zen corner for reading or just to relax from the outside world. To do it more comfortably, I loved the idea of ​​having this brown sofa module for one person. More than a sofa is a hybrid that you can use at your convenience. Simply lovely.

Video: NEKOPARA Vol. 2 - 07 - REWARD FOR AZUKI Let's PlayPlaythrough (January 2020).

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