The Best Prediction in 2010 2010: Everyone Only Wants to Get Fun

Last week, an ideabook was written about some of the design styles she is calling for 2010 by Jennifer from Market Interiors. On top of the listing? Interesting.

After I read that novel, I noticed “interesting” every where I seemed – interesting food in Meals & Wine, entertaining trend in Harper’s Bazaar. And, needless to say, interesting insides. After 2009, which has been something of a downer of a twelvemonth, “interesting” is a tendency I believe we are all prepared for.

S O, because spirit, here are some of my favourite superfun areas:

How amazing is this kitchen? The pink and orange seats make me grin, I can not quit grinning, so when you include all these cookware.

Filled with yellowish, this entrance, is dynamic and welcoming – its a fantastic first glance of a home.

Considering just how much time we devote operating, should not we get that extra energy in to producing our work spaces interesting? This one’s amazing, in the artwork to the light to the seat.


Nina van de Goor understands the best way to do interesting. Vibrant colours, designs that are assorted, things everywhere – her flat resembles a blast.

Ashfield Hansen Design

This dining table, highlighted in the DIFFA of 2007, is hilarious and whimsical, but not too much that you just can not really eat there.

Kate Spade’s 5th Avenue shop is research in “interesting.” I adore the stripes – they are crazy, but quit short of being also much.

Entertaining comes in small packages, also, like the tiny plastic fleamarket ram of Eve Martel. This image just gets me grin.

Turnbull Griffin Haesloop

I have usually adored this bedroom of colour for juxtaposition and its excellent light. Now I understand why – it resembles an enjoyable spot to hangout.

Vanessa De Vargas

Vanessa de Vargas understands a great deal about interesting. Her bright coloured furniture contours add a chamber and a lot of character and are uproarious.