With Pixers’ new collection of interior personalization ideas, Pineapple Fever, it also awakens memories of a golden age in design, when vivid colors were a must-have in every modern home and when eccentric motifs headlined every stylish living room.
Pineapple – an Honorable Visitor of Every House
In the 18th century, the pineapple used to be a rare, expensive delicacy, a status symbol of wealth, often the centrepiece of a feast. It remained a luxurious fruit until the arrival of steamships, but still, even in the 1920s the grandest dinners needed both “a pineapple and Lady Curzon”.
How you can use this motif in interiors? There are virtually endless possibilities… and it seems that designers have exploited the pineapple motif to the limits. However, the uniqueness of the collection created by Pixers is that it allows any element of your own furniture and walls in your home to be personalized with these whimsical patterns bringing to mind warm days of summer, beams of sun and tropical landscapes.
Distinctive and powerful patterns awaken positive associations with summer and tropical landscapes. They are also a perfect match to modern wooden furniture. Apart from this , pineapples symbolize warmth and joy, so this should be a sufficient reason not only to eat them, but also to surround ourselves with them.
All in all, displaying or serving pineapple showed that guests were honoured – this symbolism of pineapple continues to exist nowadays and pineapples can often be encountered carved as gateposts, staircase finials, and incorporated into wooden furniture.
A Fruit Full of Sun
The pineapple is a symbol of welcome and hospitality and, additionally, it exudes sunny summer vibes. With this collection Pixers encourages us to indulge in a playful pineapple decor, as well as recalls the climate of the 1960’s, when such fruity, bold, lush patterns used to be on the agenda of every self-respecting fashionista.
This collection is quite surprising as it is a fusion of a very trendy motif of a pineapple with colors that have rather gone out of fashion, although they are slowly returning to our interiors
– SAYS KASIA DUDUŚ, PIXERS’ STYLIST.
Among fruity ideas in this collection you will find whimsical and quirky patterns on beige, bright yellow, purple and baby blue backgrounds. While the tropical motifs might be somehow intimidating, these natural, earthy colors will influence the surroundings with their relaxing vibes and calming power.