home: trend [ traveller ]

home: trend [ traveller ]

Influences from around the world, travels to exotic places, exploring far and wide – bring them all into home styling for the ‘traveller’ trend. Mixing block printed patterns with woven textures, baskets and ornaments that could have been picked up from the little streets of Marrakesh or the markets of Delhi, unique pieces that embrace another culture or way of life – all come together to create a rich interior.

Colours are rich and vibrant. Hand dyed fabrics and hand woven accessories sit on warm tone wood furniture like walnut or mango.

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1 Cibu Metal Shapes Banner £19.20 Urban Outfitters

2 Bombay Chair $2600 Ruby Star

3 Fusion Cupboard £399 John Lewis

4 Dessert Heat Throw £66.15 Zazzle

5 Killim Cushion from £32.95 Myakka

Cushions (clockwise) Monsoon, Rose&Grey, Cult Furniture, Etsy

H&M with great pieces for the ‘traveller’ trend.

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home: trend [ bold clashing ]

home: trend [ bold clashing ]

This year if you want to be bold then embrace the trend of clashing colours, patterns, textiles… it’s all about being brave with mixing sizes of pattern, tones of colour and creating a powerful, eclectic feel.

There is a certain compatibility but it feels very ‘carefully’ thrown together. Keep colours rich and break up the pattern with plain bold and bright pieces of furniture, but mix geometric patterned curtains with floral wall paper or mix a striped throw over a intricate print sofa.

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‘Liberty Sofa • Anthropologie £2798.00

‘Pucci’ Curtains • BrittaniaRose from £20.85

‘Villa’ Rug • CarpetRight from £49.99

Bohemian Cushion • SweetPea&Willow £20

‘Calvin’ Armchair • Atkin&Thyme £399

home: trend [ greenery ]

home: trend [ greenery ]

The last year has seen a massive increase in greenery in our homes, not only in painted walls and furniture, but also the increase in indoor plants [ faux and real ] spread throughout a room. Layer them up to create texture and shade.

Green is a calming colour and not only do leaf and plant prints bring the outside in, they also create interest and focal points. The plants themselves do the same.

Last year we saw green combined with millennial pink and this continues, although the tone has changed slightly and is more of a berry colour…think pale raspberry.

Work with these shades together through accessories with either the green or pink taking the walls.

Guide:

Top row – vase from trouva.com [ £22 ], wallpaper from rockettstgeorge.co.uk [ £135 ], print from desenio.co.uk [ from £6.95 ]

Middle row: sofa from made.com [ £999 ], Very Berry paint colour from Valspar, wall planter from westelm.co.uk [ £12.80 ]

Bottom row: plants from a sellection at ikea.com, leaf tray from hm.com [ £19.99 ], Image via Pinterest

home: nice price [ Laredoute ]

home: nice price [ Laredoute ]

One of our favourite online stores at the moment is laredoute.co.uk, full to the brim with furniture, accessories, soft furnishings and bedding.

What is amazing is that there is pretty much always a discount code or sale going on. Currently there is up to 60% off on EVERYTHING!

These kind of deals means you can browse the full collection and take advantage of the big savings. On top of that there is free delivery.

Get shopping now at laredoute.co.uk

home: event [ Houzz house ]

home: event [ houzz interiors trends house 2018 ]

Catch this epic styling extravaganza in Soho, London, this January – see Houzz bring together the latest in interiors trends all under one roof – how to style every room of your house with the latest trends. Plus there’s a feast of workshops to try too!

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Want to know the interiors trends that will be big in the coming year? Houzz of 2018 is here to guide you – a stylish five-storey home reflecting all that’s current in home design, situated in the heart of London’s Soho. This exciting pop-up space is brought to you by Houzz, the world’s leading home renovation and design platform.

If you love snooping around other people’s homes, you’re in for a treat. The Soho townhouse has been transformed into a beautiful flat, complete with a living room, kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, home office and children’s room. Designed from scratch by Houzz professionals and top interior design studio Run for the Hills it is crammed full of inspiring details! From the forest greens slowly replacing yesterday’s greys, to the hot trend for modern craft and retro 1970s touches, it’s an unmissable snapshot of where interiors are heading.

Nespresso is taking over the top floor of the Houzz of 2018 and visitors will be able to taste the latest Nespresso Limited Edition collection. It’s the perfect place to enjoy a complimentary coffee after soaking up all the Houzz of 2018 trends!

Visitors can expect a jam-packed programme, that includes hands-on workshops, entertaining events and industry talks. Find out more here.

The pop-up is open to the public between the 26th January-31st January, 11am-6pm daily, and is completely free. Just pop in and visit us!

Main exhibit : FREE

Fri, 26 Jan 2018, 09:00 –

Wed, 31 Jan 2018, 18:30 GMT

19 Greek Street

London

W1D 4DT

home: trend [ lilac ]

home: trend [ lilac ]

Go against the grain, choose a colour that unexpectedly is making waves in the interiors world. Choose lilac.

This calming soft tone is of course reminiscent of previous decades but with a modern approach it’s a perfect new colour to use. Layered up in shades it’s cool and calm but also subtlety feminine as long as you don’t go too floral or flouncy. Stick to solid tones and gain texture from velvets and knits. Create a room with midcentury furniture in teak or walnut; and lilac will compliment with ease. Look for danish silhouettes in armchairs and sofa design and keep accessories to a minimum.

1 oyster vessel / The Light Co £55

2 chenille blanket / Zara Home £19.99

3 towels / Matalan 50p – £7

4 velvet cushion / Urban Outfitters £12

5 cocktail chair / Cult Furniture £189

6 LSA bud vase / John Lewis £15

7 paint / Wilkos £10

home: featured [ Homage ]

home: featured [ Homage ]

Here’s to another year of discovering and exploring brands, products and trends.

Online, or if you’re in the Brighton area, is Homage. Offering a great mix of style, scandi, minimal and unique designed homeware.

Full of neutral tones, monochrome, soft tones and quality materials we love the mix of products for every room, ensuring you can bring a beautiful collated look when creating a new look for a room.

Explore departments including soft furnishings, frames, ceramics, wall decor, and more.