Inspired by interiors of the orient, this eastern trend is chic and now with a modernised edge.
Layer up intricate patterns of flowers, birds and illustrations on cushions and other soft furnishings. Keep the colour palette rich but muted tones.
Although busy with pattern and design ensure some larger areas – a wall or two, the rug or the sofa colour is paler and less fussy. Add accessories in lacquered black to add a contrast and richness to the scheme, with flashes of gold and iridescent pearl tones in lighting, ceramics and picture framing.
Have a browse and find it easy to style a full room with classic design pieces that have a retro midcentury feel, plus cool ceramics, wall hangings, lighting, rugs and cushions – they have it all covered.
Create that boho styled home with a modern edge. We’ve picked some of our favourite pieces (see picture) and it comes together to have s great natural, earthy vibe.
Bring some fun into the home with this vintage-style letter board from Magpie. Use it for lists, memos, affirmations, quotes or messages.
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Evoking memories of day past; browsing the menu in the local café, getting a trim at the barbers or checking forthcoming events at the village hall, our sign board is the perfect blank canvas to make messages for all occasions
Art & Antiques for Everyone is the largest and most established vetted art, interiors and antiques fair outside of London. Bringing together more than 200 specialist art and antiques dealers at the NEC in Birmingham. Buy with confidence from an inspiring array of eclectic categories of beautiful, unusual and rare objects from antiquity to the present day.
Discover a diversity of periods and styles crossing a variety of disciplines including ceramics, glass, paintings, jewellery and British and continental furniture to 20th century design, art deco items, silver, decorative collectables and contemporary pieces.
The herringbone trend has had a rise in popularity during the last couple of years, although it’s never ever really been out of favour.
It’s a classic look, a design-minded pattern and now this herringbone format has found new places to feature, not just floors and walls in wood or ceramic, but also cupboard fronts, kitchen doors, table tops and the pattern even transfers into fabrics and of course has always been a knitting pattern – thriving at the moment for throws and cushions.