Melanie Beguin, December 25th , 2016.
Individuality is a big thing, and it seems to be something which the wealthy feed on through expensive personal customizations and products that only they have. Customized made furniture can be extortionately expensive, but it can also be accessible and affordable enough to the average Joe. Custom doesn't have to mean expensive as all it takes is a person who creates these pieces as a passion, who isn't as interested in huge profits, but rather takes pleasure in the joy of creating the piece.
Uncluttered rooms and open space are the theme for 2015. I've mentioned in point 15 that as apartments and houses are generally becoming smaller in size due to housing shortages and population explosions, the furniture within the house also has to adapt with the size of the house. This trend, in that sense is a double edged sword, where uncluttered and open meets smaller apartments and houses.