An up and coming trend in home decor that is gaining popularity in 2015, and in the future decades, is incorporating raw materials into design. Materials such as wood, stone and metal are used in minimalistic ways to create a juxtaposition between a rustic yet modern feel.
This trend is here to stay and can look quite nice in the home or office. Below are some useful items that you can begin incorporating into your home.
This simplistic clock is refined and allows the wood material to shine. The idea behind this numberless clock is to keep you on track in your tasks but to not allow you to over focus on deadlines and the overwhelming tasks you may have. It is a reminder for you to relax and enjoy every moment as it is. Perfect for the office or the home, this clock is made of walnut stain and will truly shine.
Coasters are a useful product to have so that your furniture does not get damaged by any leaking liquids. This Concrete H2O Absorbent Coaster takes it up a notch by not only being eco-friendly, but it is also handmade and uses safe, non-toxic recycled ash mixed with cement. These small coasters can be an excellent conversation starter to your home and they are slightly reminiscent of a rustic, faraway land.
Half a functional coat rack, half modern art piece, this minimalistic design is the perfect addition to any modern home. From hanging your accessories, bags, to jackets and coats, this wall rack will always be in use. The aesthetic is rustic and minimal, made to match any household.
This lamp is a wooden dream, using maple, oak or walnut to emphasize the color of the lamp. Due to its clever use of wood, it has won two design awards including the Spark Awards 203 and JDP’s Good Design Award 2013. The soft warm light that shines through is perfect for both the office and the home. The LED lamp can also rotate 360 degrees, allowing it to be the perfect light source.
You no longer have to worry about your dirty laundry and towels scattering the floor of your room. This SLICE Laundry Bin is the perfect combination of stainless steel and natural wood so that it can match with any modern or minimal setting. It is available in various sizes to suit your personal needs, and is the perfect addition to your bathroom.
What do you think of the raw material trend? Would it fit in your home? Let us know in the comments below!