Bold pops of colour is one of the strongest trends this year. Heavily focusing on a variety of strong shades that will transform any living space and help reflect a personal style. This trend is all about mixing bright colours and patterned textures together. It’s bold but easily manageable if you have one or two main colours as a base for the rest of the look. Use a variety of textures to layer the look and don’t be afraid to team patterns and stripes together! Linwood are pictured above with their stunning Jungle Rumble fabric and Padoga wallpaper – as featured in Brighton’s new Ivy Restaurant.
Check out A Rum Fellow – their vibrate, pattern-full cushions and textiles ooze brilliance! And would make an ideal piece in a bold scheme. One of their cushions illustrated below.
Interior schemes are set to head to the dark side this year. We’re stepping away from pale, bleached woods that were hugely popular thanks to the Scandi trend of recent years. 2018 is the year where darker wood tones and deep textures signify a resurgence for retro glamour, and provide a new take on modern luxe.
Influenced by global travels and minimalism. Bohemian décor, is a gathered yet deliberate style that marries classic mid-century influences with meaningful finds curated over the years. Key elements of this style being natural, aged timbers with vibrate, deep hues and simple white wash walls. An authentic Moroccan leather poof, accompanied by an antique Persian rug are a must!
Who knew large scale chintzy fabrics and bright floral wallpaper could be so chic! Here are some examples of beautiful interiors with busy velvets and vibrate textured wallpaper, that ooze sophistication! Paired with contemporary accessories and dark moody tones; this is a great pallet for any period property or contemporary home. Imagery curtesy of Linwood Fabrics.
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