This tone has been in fashion for an good few years now but fortunately, it looks just as good today. Chic and stylish, it’s hard to go wrong. Bring it up to date with a bold lime or pink or contrasted with a soft pastel.
Whether we’re speaking about strong paint colours, midcentury modern art or textiles, this trend will give your home instant life. Ideal for sprucing up any living room or bedroom, it’s time to be bold and brave.
Florals have been around in the interior design world since the beginning of time, but right now it’s all about going big or going home. Bring florals bang up to date by using prints which feature larger flower motifs.
Everyone loves a cute animal – and this season, it’s all about accessorizing with them! Have an animal bust up on the wall, decorate with sleek silver leopards or make a statement with a giraffe. Interesting and quirky, this look is sure to delight everyone.
Leopard £139 from Shabby Store
This trend introduces a little cosiness to your home in preparation for chillier evenings. Interesting textures mixed with plain cushions or throws will give your home a designer feel and a gorgeous balance.
Faux fur throw £59.99 from Shabby Store
Metallic touches are still extremely popular in the world of interiors and look incredible in the kitchen, bedroom or hallway. Choose between rose gold, yellow golr, brass – or just about anything you can dream up! Shine those accessories, light fittings and mirrors for a very 2015 look.
Copper ceiling light £187 from Shabby Store
Creative ceramics have been a massive trend for years now and currently, it’s bigger than ever. Look for rustic shapes, bold painting and funky patterns to make sure that your look really does stand out.
All interiors look great with wood and with this season’s hot midcentury modern style. Keep it light and bleached for a fresh and stylish design.
Light wood console £246 from Shabby Store
Every summer, pastels come back into fashion but play it right and it’ll look good all year. Pair light pinks, yellows and lilacs with a deep grey and add fresh lightness to your home.
Right now, wicker is really having a moment. The 1970s are huge in the fashion world and now in your home. Add a subtle hint of the ’70s and make your home instantly trendier with piece of relaxed wicker furniture.
Wicker dining set £878 from Shabby Store