The coronavirus pandemic will almost certainly have influenced these social trends, not only in recent months, but also in the months to come.
Even faster and extensive digital communications, home office and the ban on travel, sport and entertainment add additional weight to the already popular trend of "hygge". According to the future institute, the cosiness and homeliness within your own four walls is not "a retreat into isolation, but relies on community and sociability with friends and family. Hygge essentially means you create a comfortable living space to which you can withdraw, and where you can celebrate and enjoy the simple things in life. It‘s all about positive experiences based on togetherness, a sense of gratitude, security and relaxation." Your own living environment is now becoming more public. It’s understandable that it is precisely in these times that people are investing in the design of their home to create a stylish and individual look.
So no wonder that natural materials, harmonious colours and hard-wearing elements play a crucial role in design, particularly in the private sphere.
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