It’s rich, but calming; readily available in homeware across the high street; easy to match up with similar hues in paint and wallpaper; and compliments well with other on trend favourites including metallic tones, monochrome or jewel tones – or you go true to the trend and have design braveness in having everything being in the teal colour! – a strong bold look.
It’s all about the leather chair at Cult Furniture, with the perfect range to choose from for your lounge, bedroom, dining area or office – with great styles and in a great colour palette there’s something to suit every interior.
With a nod to vintage and industrial trends, prices start from £99
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.
Looking for a update for the lounge? A spare corner needing a little something? A nursery needing a comfy chair?
Without breaking the bank, Very have this Danish inspired, midcentury-style Isla Armchair with its curved silhouette, textured midcentury fabric and gently splayed out legs. Perfectly designed and comfortable.
At £199 it’s an affordable stylish addition to the home.
Continuing to be a strong trend for 2017, grey is a familiar safe option for interiors that is flexible and adaptable to your taste and style. It’s a modern neutral colour and especially when the lighter tones are used, it’s easy to compliment and create a homely interior. Although, those braver can make incredible design statements using the darker, richer tones and layering up shades of grey can be very effective.
Importantly your shades have to sit next to each other. With greys coming in warm, cool and varying Pantones, it’s worth having material swatches or paint samples when choosing pieces for a room.
A good base is to start with a wall colour and the main piece of furniture – like the sofa.
We love the (pictured above) Made.com Scott sofa (£999) matched with Farrow + Ball Railings almost pitch black grey. To this you can build on with soft furnishings, maybe using highlights of a blush pink or copper. For a clean, less bold approach use lots of white with grey to lighten and soften the look.
Ambling around Islington, London, there’s a confident statement about the growth of independent homeware stores – ensuring consumers are still keen for independent brands and a better quality of product.
On the popular Camden Passage, we find lovely Haygen, with a beautiful range of curated homeware, furniture and gifts from brands including Bloomimgville, House Doctor and On Interior.
Covering ceramics, prints, lighting, cushions, mirrors, gifts, even fashion and more.
They say, ‘To reflect an exciting time of growth and a change in business direction, Home & Pantry has rebranded to HAYGEN. HAYGEN, a lifestyle store dedicated to providing a careful curation of coveted and contemporary homeware, fashion & gifts with an exceptional customer experience both in store & online.
Founded in London in 2011 by Irish born Jenny Hughes, HAYGEN has grown into a one-of-a-kind destination lifestyle store for those seeking a unique mix of beautiful home furnishings, gifts and fashion items to reflect their personal style and fuel their passions. Mixing old and new with inspiration from the worlds of fashion, interiors and entertaining, we are committed to offering customers a curated mix of great products with a truly memorable customer experience; both online and in our store.’