There are so many design trends out there and we’ve gone through them all to bring you our top three favourites. Which one will you incorporate into your home?
This look is about adding glam to a space. It makes everything feel luxe and warm, favouring burnished brass, copper and natural materials. We love the idea of bringing in gold through furniture pieces or wall coverings, but you can start small with subtle detailing. Don’t feel like you have to overload on this look — even small accessories like new gold sofa pillows will do the trick.
Above: rug, W Studio; large vases, Decorium; gold ring, bar cart, bottles, ELTE; Onyx coffee table, tray/ice bucket, gold dogs, Artifacts; dining table, Patina; art, Ren wil; gold cushions, Ultra Luxe Linens; pendant, Eurolite
This trend is all about saturated colour. If you're going to do turquoise we suggest you go all out. Be bold and use similar shades of the same hue like we’ve done here. It works because it allows your eye to rest and nothing is directly competing with each other.
Another smaller but complementary trend is lucite. It’s a great throwback to the 70s and really let’s turquoise take centre stage. It allows you to see pattern and colour and gives more airiness to any space.
Our ultimate favourite trend is chic safari. The look is all about textures and natural elements done in a more modern way. We love incorporating this trend into a home office or living room as it will make any space feel well travelled and collected over time. It gives rooms a sense of history and a cool masculine edge. Hides in printed zebra patterns, linen-covered lamps with leather detailing and animal horn-inspired accessories will take this look to the next level.
Above: elephant head, hippo head, Decorium; desk-Safari, large leather chrome chairs, zebra ottoman ELTE; S&C pendant, S&C table lamp, Artcraft; horns, ice bucket, scoop, magnifying glass, tray, wood stools, Canfloyd; rug, Surya; wall hangings, cushions, red pottery, Snob