It’s always interesting as we head towards the end of the year and all the predictions start to emerge for the next one; especially when it comes to interior trends. I have already stumbled across many interesting and some slightly eccentric but they all serve the purpose of giving us inspiration which can only be a good thing
Here are a few headliners:-
Curves are beautiful. They are tactile and can really break up a square space both inside and outside of the house. They bring a certain softness to a room so maybe after a tough few years, this is just what we need
There is a lot of hype around florals at the moment. Whether it be in big bold wallpaper patterns or fabrics; they really are making a lot of noise. I think we will start to see how this more traditional statement will really work in a more modern way
I absolutely love green and how the colour palette can range from something quite dramatic to something fresh. It’s all about our connection with the outside world and bringing a little bit of the outdoors in
Black accents – If you read my previous post, you know I’m already there! I love how black accents have stepped out of the ‘gothic’ and ‘angry’ associations and are starting to be seen as beautiful compliments to other colours and styles
Grey is ending its 10-year trend
Again as per the previous post, It does seem that grey is coming to the end of its popularity whilst other neutral colours are still favourable BUT, It is all about personal choice so if you still like grey then go for it! Don’t be put off just because it’s not as ‘trendy’ as it once was
Bye-bye fast furniture
I personally feel we have all been going on this journey for some time but the more people buy for the long term the better. Re-upholstering a well made vintage piece of furniture can be so much fun and of course makes it completely unique. Katharine has a gorgeous range of fabrics to help you create your showstopper
Our homes mean more now as we start to plan them more around the work/homelife balance and buying more sustainable just makes more sense
Emotional escape rooms
This made me chuckle but I absolutely get it! We all need a space to switch off in; have a little dance in or have a little shout in! It seems that people are really looking at the rooms that perhaps get less used and thinking how they can be changed or become multi-purpose, Utilities, garages, sheds etc.
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