Home is where the heart is. Explore new and exciting trends in order for your interior design choices to be as stylish as your wardrobe. We are all spending a lot of time in our homes right now. As a result of this a lot of use are wanting a refresh! Steal our inspo and get creative!
50 shades of Blue trend...
The colour of the moment is a classic blue. You could decide to introduce this into your home by re painting walls, investing in new furniture or replacing your kitchen units. We love the idea of a deep blue bathroom, or a rich blue sofa for the living room.
Easy and cheaper ways of incorporating the new colour of the moment would be with lamp shades, throws, cushions and vases.
Less is more...
‘Less is more’ captures two main new and exciting Interior trends of the moment…
1. Neutral/Calming colours.
To the left the images display the neutral, warming tones advised to introduce to your home. Sage green, beige and grey are all key colours to introduce right now for that calm aesthetic.
Keep it simple, don’t clutter and keep everything looking clean and fresh. This has been said to help clear the mind and welcome a organised and satisfactory vibe into your home.
Inspired by France...
Right now it is ALL about the French inspired decor! Large ornate mirrors, grand chandeliers, free standing baths and of course.. the French bed.
For those with Victorian styled houses, this interior just fits perfectly! You could decorate your dressing room with a leaning mirror and a chaise lounge. You could also feature ornate console tables, inspired light fittings and candelabras around the house to continue the theme throughout.
We are obsessed with this trend right now. We think it’s our fave!
We are so used to chrome taps, handles, utensils, lights etc. But why does it always have to be silver? You can now think about changing those accents in your home to gold.
You may have to look a little harder and pay a little extra, but incorporating gold finishing touches around the house is a key trend of the moment.
We have featured a couple of inspirational images to the right to show you how you could start to introduce the golden touches.
You don’t always have to overthink and over spend when focussing on a new interior trend. Finishing touches like a lamp, candle or mirror could make all the difference.
Curves and Arches...
Arches can work fabulously well for traditional-style homes but that doesn’t mean they don’t belong in a modern interior. Firstly, they can work well when used to create a smooth transition from room to room. Secondly, they help create the illusion of more open, larger space.
Other ways to incorporate this trend into your home is with mirrors, light fittings and other accessories.