This season, it’s not just about a wash of blue colour on a wall or within accessories but a question of committing to fully blue furniture. From deep to light tones and from cool to warm, a blue cupboard, sideboard or shelf, this colour will add trendy style.
You’re guaranteed to see loads of metallic finishes in the home this season and when combined with glam accessories, they add a sophisticated and cool sense of luxury. From copper to silver and rose gold, there’s a metallic finish out there for everyone.
The natural world is a big trend in interior design right now and nothing more so than slices of amethyst or agate inside lamps, ornaments and door knobs.
The days of matching up the finishings in your home are long gone. Right now, it’s all about mixing rose gold with silver and bronze for a cool relaxed feel.
Who says that rugs need to be practical and dull? This season, it’s all about displaying a work of art right there on your living room. Any rug which looks colourful, edgy and painterly will fit the bill.
Add a sultry 1970s feel to your bedroom or living room with the introduction of translucent glass. More mysterious and intriguing than the usual clear pane, smoked glass is effortlessly interesting and cool.
Add a colourful and ethnic twist to your home by adding baked tiles in rich jewel colours. Ideal for the kitchen, living room or dining room.
Succulents and lush greenery has been in interior fashion for a while now but to give your home a 2015 update, it’s all about making the plants themselves an integral part of your space.
Forget bleak minimalism, 2015 sees a revival of the cosy and comfortable home. Soft sofas in cosy neutrals with piles of cushions and rooms that friends and family can feel comfortable and at peace in are the order of the day.
Gold has been a big interior trend for a while now – and it’s not going anywhere fast. Finish off rooms with gold knobs, clocks or vases for a classy and glamorous look.