Former monastery turned boutique hotel Hôtel du Cloître by India Mahdavi

Former monastery turned boutique Hôtel Du Cloître by India Mahdavi

We are big fans of India Mahdavi, being a designer who sets trends and influences widely the interior design scene. If you happen to be in the Provence any time soon, you might want to stay at the Hôtel du Cloître re-designed by India Mahdavi recently. Don’t get fooled by what looks like a rather rustic facade of […]

India Mahdavi’s colorful world for La Durée


La Durée famous for its macarons, is a French luxury bakery and sweets maker house created in 1862. It is one of the world’s best-known premier sellers of the double-decker macaron, with an astonishing quantity of fifteen thousand sold every day. The French Maison has asked architect and designer India Mahdavi to create a new concept in Geneva […]

5 Heimtextil Trends 2019/20 To Watch

Eclectic Trends | 5 Heimtextil Trends 2019

The much expected 5 Heimtextil Trends for 2019/2020 have recently been published. With “Toward Utopia”, the global renown textile fair Heimtextil is setting the course for the new trend season that was presented in September by the brilliant London-based studio FranklinTill (we are big fans over here). In addition to the British trend team, trend researchers from the Stijlinstituut […]

Fashion Color Trends S/S 19 translated into Interior Design

Eclectic Trends | Fashion Color Trends S:S 2019 translated into Interior Design_2

We often talk about how similar Fashion and Interior Design are when it comes to color. Today’s post on Fashion Color Trends S/S 2019 translated into Interior Design shows how these two design worlds share similar sources of inspirations. Color is a prominent factor in the decision-making process related to our living and consume expectations. […]

Day 2+3: Highlights Milan Design Werk 2018

EclecticTrends | Milan Design Week - Highlights Day 2+3- Dimore Studio

We started the second day of the Milan Design Week at Ventura Centrale and I do not want to advance the top installations since this is a post to come as every year. Instead, we focus on side projects, much smaller and very worth featuring too. The well-known area Ventura Lambrate has split this year […]

Everyday objects translated into a 3D RUBIK world

Everyday objects translated into rubik. by Moli Studio via Eclectic Trends

We are glad to feature another stunning project by the Buenos Aires based studio Molistudio, still fascinated by their visual storytelling. If you have not, please hop over to the color study which has been very popular on Eclectic Trends. This time we’d love to feature everyday objects translated into a fascinating 3d rubik world. […]