Jul 1, 2024

COLOR TRENDS FROM MILANO | DEEP AQUA

Exploring more about deep aqua color trend, as part of our round up of the key trends spotted at the Milan Design Week.

For comprehensive insights, explore the latest Trendbook: Interior Trends 2025 from Milano. Click the link for access.


DEEP AQUA COLOR TREND 

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Aqua is a captivating blend of blue and green, evoking the serene beauty of clear waters and open skies. It’s a new color trend that emerged at the last Milan Design Week.

The word “aqua” is derived from the Latin word for water, reflecting the color’s association with the sea and clear blue waters.

Perfect for adding a refreshing and calming touch, in interior design aqua can transform a room into a tranquil oasis, making it ideal for bedrooms and bathrooms but also a fantastic accent color, bringing a splash of brightness to neutral palettes. In fashion, aqua pieces stand out for their crisp, clean look, often associated with vitality and youthfulness.

 

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AQUA COLOR TREND

HISTORY&FACTS

Aqua has been used in art and design for centuries, dating back to ancient civilizations such as the Egyptians and the Greeks. It gained popularity during the Art Deco movement of the 1920s and 1930s, where it was often used in architecture and interior design to evoke a sense of luxury and sophistication.

In many cultures, aqua is associated with purity, healing, and spirituality. It is often used in rituals and ceremonies to symbolize renewal and transformation.

Aqua is a variable color that can range from a pale, almost transparent blue-green to a deeper, more saturated turquoise shade. This variability allows for a wide range of applications and interpretations in design.

Enjoy a selection of news in aqua spotted straight at the Milano design event.

 

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DEEP AQUA COLOR TREND

AS SEEN AT THE SALONE DEL MOBILE+FUORISALONE, MILAN 2024

Arper – Lepal, ph Alberto Sinigaglia
Cassina – Indochine, ph Luca Merli
Cassina – Cornaro, ph Luca Merli
Paola Lenti + Nendo – Hana Arashi
Adrian Cuz Elements
Pedrali – Dome

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Paola Lenti – Isole, ph Sergio Chimenti

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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