The search for design that really adds something to our lives, is gaining in popularity. We are looking for products that are made (hopefully) with sustainability in mind and have a timeless style that is future proof. Luckily we see a new kind of pure, minimal interior style emerging, where the essence lies in the aesthetic of the clean, mostly geometric lines and the choice of natural materials and colours. This style can cover a vast range of interior products like furniture, wall coverings and tiles, not to mention small furniture and home deco items. Combining materials and finishes that have contrasting structures or surfaces, think rough versus polished or matt versus shine, enrich this look. When thinking colours, add a touch of black or stark white that gives extra depth to the natural colour range where warm tones like amber, walnut and honey prevail.