Create an elegant living space and have hotel inspired luxury with our inspirational blog of interior design top tips. Invest in quality furniture and accessories from top brands whilst indulging in intricate detail to bring an element of expensive glamour. Follow our style guide to know where to shop and what to buy to bring home high end beauty.
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Make a Room look Luxurious
Colour is key and now is the time to be adventurous with vivid combinations of light and bright tones of peachy pinks and sunshine yellows anchored with statement bold tones of deep emerald green and indigo blue.
Indulge in large items of furniture such as a rolltop sofa or an oversized mirror to create a focal point and then accent around this with flashes of metallic and hints of pattern through fabric and accessories.
Designs exert a natural opulence, using wooden and marble patterns as feature walls and floors. Don’t be afraid to carry colour and pattern through to whatever surface you see necessary, there is no limit and no right or wrong when it comes to cool colour clash.
Finally bring in an outdoor feeling of green with indoor plants promoting good well being and a sense of calm to a room.
‘The Spring 2018 palette encourages a sense of fun and playful release. With an air of complexity and distinctiveness, we find ourselves in a sanctuary of color that is ideal for some more unique and dramatic color mixing.’
Embracing bright colour will be the standout trend for Spring 2018 having an intensity of tone rather than the subtlety of softened pastels. This allows for dramatic colour mixing for a unique look and Pantone have given us some great colour clashing opportunities. The core back to basic neutrals are key for a landscaped backgrounds of natural tone effortlessy anchoring a vivid pallette. Even metallic tones can be used as a neutral base, teamed well with marbled whites and concrete coloured surfaces.
Pantone have created a colour palette to allow consumers to start building their own personal style.
A depth of pattern and colour is enhanced through matt and shine finishes through complimentary clashes of different material used.
Hexagonal features are big news and by using the floor as a blank canvas allows for a great space for a splash of design and colour.
Take advantage of Pantones vibrant colour palette for S/S 2018 and make a statement feature wall stand out against an array of bold colour.
How to Add a Touch of Glamour to your Living Room
Create your own escape of retro luxury with this glamorous collection of living room furniture and accessories.
Soft cotton velvets in deep teal blue frames a scalloped sofa, set for a statement look.
Complimented by high shine brass and matt marble the smooth surfaces work well with the enhanced wood grain of deep ash tones.
Hard edged geometric pattern then gives a bold centrepiece for the floor or wall harmonised with pops of colour within cushions and tassled decorations. Get the look for your lounge by following the links below.
From left to right. Z-fleure-sofa blue velvet from Luxdeco £4110.00. Tom Dixon Stone Pendant Light from the Conran Shop, £205. ‘Watch Me’ Clock from Boconcept, £89. Esme Sideboard in a dark ash stain from Made, £399. Reade Brass Table Lamp from Selfridges, £189.95. Skosberg & Smart Hurricane Lamp from Harvey Nichols, £350. Mid Century Modern Contour Rug from The Woven Edge, £1296-£7200. Teal Tern Tassel Cushion by BlueBellGray from Amara £65. Alexandra D Foster St Barths Cushion from Luxdeco Ltd £195.