home: trend [ winter florals ]

home: trend [ winter florals ]

Deeper colour palette, rich tones and the flora abundant in winter, brings all the warmth to an interior for winter.

Using reds, purples and oranges, various sizing of floral patterns and dark woods, this winter floral trend combines a love of maximalism and floral interiors.

Break up the mix of pattern with dark plain walls or plain seating fabrics. Use dark greens, charcoals or reds in wall paint with burnt oranges, rich purple or bark for curtains and throws.

Top row

cushion £16.50 Oasis / wallpaper £150 Joyful WallpaperCo / duvet from £17.50 Kaleidoscope

Middle row

paint from £18.33 PeriodPropertyStore / rug from £386 TheRugsWarehouse / wallpaper £150 Joyful Wallpaper Co

Bottom row

cushion £15 M&S / curtains from £50 Next / cushion £15 WallpaperDirect

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home: trend [ 2019 paint colours ]

home: trend [ 2019 paint colours ]

Every year we see different trending colours and popular shades in magazines and online. This last year has seen pink take over our lives, the introduction of the Millennial Pink has made way for a lot more softer shades, earthy tones and neutrals.

Of course vibrant red, teal and yellow has all made an appearance this last year inspiring those who want to be more adventureous.

Looking ahead to 2019 we have picked out four colours from four top paint brands, with what they believe will be colours of next year.

Dulux – Spiced honey [ top right ]

This shade is full of warmth and calmness, perfect for a living room or bedroom. The warm amber tone can be worked with other shades including plums, greys, and greens to create an appealing colour pallete.

Farrow & Ball – Sulking room pink [ bottom left ]

Pink shades are hanging around and we love them. With colour inspiration coming from raw plaster, putty, and stone this pink tone is a great addition to these popular colours. This versatile shade will work in any room and create a tranquil space.

Graham & Brown – Tori [ top left ]

Moving away from the pack, G&B have gone down a more intense and rich direction with this gorgeous teal shade. Very regal and and with a luxurious quality Tori would create a striking backdrop to any room. It will also compliment the must have earthy and nuetral shades that we have previously mentioned.

Crown – Redefined [ bottom right ]

Crown have created pallets to inspire us and Redefined is the one we have chosen. Taking inspiration from terrazzo – the multi coloured marble chips – form the shades. We see whites, clay, pale grey and pinks all working together. Use these colours in blocks for impact.

dulux.co.uk

farrow-ball.com

grahambrown.com

crownpaints.co.uk

home: trend [ woodland wonder ]

home: trend [ woodland wonder ]

Although we might be having one of the warmest Autumns ever, the Winter season will soon be upon us and its time to get cosy at night with blankets and throws.

This trend for 2018/19 is all about embracing nature and with quite a rustic touch. Animal motifs on cushions and plates are back and subtle check or tartan feature.

Colours to look at are rich plums and damsons, mixed with neutral earth tones and lots of wood.

Guide:

Top row: desk / westelm.co.uk [ £399 ], cushion / hm.com [ £6.99 ], basket / hm.com [ £19.99 ]

Middle row: cushion cover / hm.com [ £6.99 ], dining chairs / habitat.co.uk [ £160 ], blanket / zarahome.com [ 199.99 ]

Bottom row: Brinjal paint colour / farrow-ball.com [ from £4.50 ], throw / trouva.com [ £190 ], lampshade / johnlewis.com [ from £35 ]

home: trend [ new Nordic ]

home: trend [ new Nordic ]

It’s calming and quiet, with soft tones of greys, pink, sage green and lilac. The new Nordic trend has the usual Scandi feel but with more relation to the earth with textures of leather, wood and influences from global prints.

Don’t over complicate with too much fuss but choose pieces with purpose and need. Keep minimal but textured for a warmer less clinical environment.

Top row

Cushion £21.25 Ideas4Lighting / Ceramics from £14 NOTHS / Cushion £91 Made In Design

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Storage £24.00 Hurn & Hurn / Plate £10.20 ScandinavianShop / Shelving £937 Tylko

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Print £34.99 Scandivis / Pots from £5.50 Rose & Grey / Rug £665 Skandium

home: trend [ earth tones ]

home: trend [ earth tones ]

Natural, organic and getting back to basics with the earth tones trends. These colours will calm and relax an interior, give it depth and richness.

Deep bark tones, gentle shades of oatmeal and subtle green sage amongst other natural earthy shades.

Choose natural materials, a little texture and wood.

Top Row;

Paint £45 Farrow & Ball at B&Q / Rug from £99 The Rug Seller / Cushion £15.60 Marks & Spencer

Middle Row;

Floor cushion £156 Urban Outfitters / Sofa £1399 Made.com / Rug from £150 John Lewis

Bottom Row;

Cushion £18 Dunelm / Armchair £995 Habitat / Throw £10 Ikea

home: trend [ Luxe Living ]

home: trend [ Luxe Living ]

We have seen a lot of this style before, but the fact is, brands still love it, and we still love it. Leading the way is velvet, we are seeing it everywhere, on furniture, lighting and soft furnishings.

Velvet is the simplist way to get a luxurious feel in your home, whether it’s a statement chair or a few cushions on a sofa. Get extra glam with accessories like gold framed mirrors and smoked glass table tops.

Key colours for this trend are ochre and pink, with accents of brass and gold. This is what we are seeing a lot of but other colours appearing for Autumn are deep blue and burgandy.

With a heavy art deco influence this trend explores interesting shapes and patterns. For example round table tops with square frames, painted detail on cabinets and angular mirrors with interesting shapes. Luxe Living is about pushing the look that little bit further than before, be brave with it and own it.

Guide:

Top row : sofa / rockettstgeorge.co.uk [ £1450 ], table / roseandgrey.co.uk [ £295 ], mirror /audenza.com [ £164 ]

Middle row : table / made.com [ £349 ], cabinet / westelm.co.uk [ £899 ], chair / rockettstgeorge.co.uk [ £190 ]

Bottom row : cushion cover / hm.com [ £8.99 ], vase / trouva.com [ £31 ], lamp / trouva.com [ £55 ]

home: trend [ scales and scallops ]

home: trend [ scales and scallops ]

We head into the deep blue sea for this current trend. Seeking inspiration from the curved beauty of natural scale patterns and scallop shell edges; homeware, furniture and fabrics embrace the design and use to create a softer look on wooden furniture, a pretty look for edges of mirrors or frames, a calming look with the colours and designs and a pleasing pattern for soft furnishings.

Mostly found in blue and green sea tones, natural beiges as well as creams and whites. It’s classier elegant sea side trend, more polished and grown up.

For small ideas, look for throws and cushions for the lounge or bedspreads in the bedroom. But these patterns to creep everywhere from vases, plates and tea sets to lighting, rugs and tiling.

If you loved herringbone for tiling, no doubt you’ll love scales too.

Picture guide;

Top row

Tiles • Tiles Direct from £4.24 / Stencil • Etsy from £5.50 / Armchair • Melody Maison £399.95

Middle row

Bedding • Scandiborn £64.95 / Cushion • Red Bubble £15.60 / Cushion • Zara £19.99!

Bottom row

Throw • George at Asda £20 / Sideboard • Swoon £749 / Quilt • Zara from £159.99