Give your home ‘curve appeal’, soften those edges, bring circular and rounded patterns and silhouettes into an interior to create a calm feel and modern design look.
Introduce the circular design in fabrics, wallpapers and other patterned soft furnishings, or try curves in furniture – rounded tables, soft cornered shelving, and moulded smooth plastic furniture.
Look for inspiration from midcentury interiors and 1960s styling but give it a modern look by minimising too many bright colours and not clashing too many patterns. Furniture in plywood and plastic are always strong for curved silhouettes. Head to print stores like King & Mcgaw and Seventy Tree for extra details in your styling by introducing prints with circle patterns and colours that match your scheme.
Definitely a good time to shop with new-to-the-interiors-retail-market online store, Joyful Home Company, who from their recent opening has seen them grow and grow in design, style and more and more gorgeous products.
Explore their range of departments including lighting, furniture and wallpaper. The products are unique and quirky; investment pieces of furniture to make a statement in the home, gorgeous fun soft furnishings to be bold in the home and great colourful prints to adorn your walls in your home.
Our top tip is to head to the wallpaper department for incredible designs to choose from. From bricks to illustrated scenes to monstera leaves and tile work – the statement these would make in a room is incredible.
Joyful Home Company also offer an upholstery service, just drop them a line to find out more or arrange to visit them in their Essex based studio.
OUR PHILOSOPHY OF JOY It’s often the little things in life that bring the most happiness : an unexpected bunch of flowers, a compliment from an old friend, a beautiful scrap of fabric found at the bottom of a drawer…What makes you happy is as individual to you as your fingerprint. We believe that your home should bring you happiness and you should feel free to create the home that inspires you, motivates you and reflects you. It’s not about fashions or trends, but creating a space in which you can feel pure joy.
Tie dye has made many comebacks over the years, but it still manages to stay popular. If you are looking for an easy way to jazz up some cushions and bring some fun to a space this is definitely worth giving a go.
With different techniques to get various patterns tie dye is great fun. We have found a fab tutorial from abeautifulmess.com for you to get inspired.
Affordable, aesthetically pleasing, ticks trend boxes and is a practical and useful piece of furniture. Add this triangle patterned floor seat to your home to sit well with monochrome styling, Scandinavian design or in a vibrant mix match patterned room.
Its versatility, great customer reviews and modest pricing make it an excellent investment.
It gets quite dark and opulent-gothic this autumn with bringing dark berry into home interiors. Layering up tones of this shade – think burgundy, port, rose, grape and other deep rich berry-like shades create a warm, inviting interior to see you into colder months.
Keep the look modern with matt tones and matt fabrics, use along side dark woods and allow textures of wool, leather and velvet to work together.
Think to use shades all the way from floor to walls to window covering to give strength to the look and pop in other jewel tones if want the odd highlight to break up the colour.
Since there’s the odd day with a chill in the air and autumn is on its way, we are looking for warmth and thinking ahead to cosy nights in. Plus to make the most of the last summer nights, keep throws handy with outdoor furniture to ensure you can stay outside for longer.
Ikea has these perfect VARKRAGE throws at just £4 each. They are machine washable and available in grey or blue.
Quirky and welcoming but still in contemporary grey with a lovely detail of typography on it – this great door mat from Argos is a super update for a hallway and it’s only £7.99 or on special offer of two for £15. Great to give as a gift!
Typography is big this year in interiors trends and the italic ‘hello’ is popping up everywhere across highstreet stores – on wall or window decals, prints, cushions and kitchenalia!