Why Is Our Home Decor Dripping, Spilling, and Melting? | Architectural Digest

The rise of the NFT revolution is also partially to credit (or blame) for the melted forms we’re seeing these days: as digital art, which often comes in the form of impossible 3D shapes, continues to push our idea of reality, we’re seeing these experimental digital forms and textures repeated in physical work, like in the “Supergroup 2” exhibition at Superhouse Vitrine in New York City. The exchange between the digital and the physical world is becoming increasingly important to the development of contemporary design, and we predict the gap between the two will only continue to shrink.

At the end of the day, the splat trend continues to build on the movement away from minimalist spaces of the early 2010s toward a more dynamic, colorful, and futuristic look for contemporary interiors. So, where to next? “I think there’s ways the organic will continue to have a stronghold, but the tone may get darker, more mechanical,” concludes architectural designer Harry Chadha. “We may see a rejection of curves altogether as there’s a shift into hardware and material-based processes.”

Mush Studios’ Dune rug in Turf Green.

Photo: Mush Studios

Add something gooey to your space

Ready to switch up your cutesy interior decor for something more gooey and probiotic? Here are 11 products we’re eyeing to bring the Splat aesthetic to our spaces:

Gaetano Pesce Resin Coasters

Available in nine colorways, these Gaetano Pesce coasters will cover the spills from all your cheap thrills.

This mirror (DM to purchase) by artist and designer Nicholas Devlin, whose work is enviously drippy and slimy.

This slug-like candle by Basel-based art collective Naza.

Funky Flower Power Wall Mirror

This Nickelodeon-esque wall mirror that comes in a variety of pulsating colors:

Bamboo Blue Large Vase By Enzo Mari

This seemingly collapsing resin vase by design master Enzo Mari.

Gaetano Pesce Watch Me Clock

A wobbly clock by another design master, Gaetano Pesce.

Now a household staple, the Goober candles were way ahead of their time.

Moving on from fake food to faux beverages, now you can have your favorite drink and spill it too.

Melting Chair by Philipp Aduatz

A dream purchase from designer Philipp Aduatz.

For the minimalist splatter lover, this mirror is simply precision-cut acrylic in the drippiest shape imaginable.

This rug from Mush Studios comes in a variety of sizes to perfectly fit your space.


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