The October 2018 modern trend line-up highlights contemporary examples from the art world, as well as instances of ultra-minimalist and color-pop arrangements in interior design.
Jun Cha's hand-sculpted marble skulls, for example, is a modern crossover between art and home decor. The object is made in extremely limited qualities and retails for $7,000 USD which definitely adds an exceptionally luxurious component to one's house.
Henning Stummel, on the other hand, is a London-based architect who puts emphasis on sustainability through his flat-pack furniture collection. The offerings present an eco-friendly option for consumers through a design that is modern and minimalist.
Finally, Guy van Leemput's beautiful and design-forward balloon-molded bowls in the October 2018 modern list are a product that fuses artistic sensibility with homey functionality.
Top 75 Modern Trends in October
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Housing Crisis-Addressing Compact Units
Elongated Seaside Vacation Homes
Unsettling Small-Scale Sculptures
Temporary Eco-Friendly Concept Stores
Contemporary Slated Home Designs