Amidst all of the bright whites and perpendicular lines of modern interiors, you might, if you’ve been paying attention, have started to notice a mounting trend towards wild colors and eccentric shapes in the home décor market. It’s a breath of fresh air, and the perfect remedy for anyone feeling tired of all of that simplicity. The aesthetic is the brainchild of a design icon and the movement he championed in Milan, September 1981. Read on to learn a little history of the style, and to shop its latest and greatest iterations.
Ettore Sottsass for Memphis Asteroide Table Lamp ($8243)
OSHAWA66collective Memphis Design-Inspired Wood Bowl ($119)
Natalie Strachan White Pot with Primary Color Detail ($35)
Kelly Wearstler Memphis Marble Candlesticks ($696)
Robert Sonneman and Peter Polick Quattro Task Lamp ($450)