We know now until Christmas is a super busy time for our Interior Designers. So we've been researching our top four style trends that are happening right now. We have also included links to the rugs we currently have in stock - so no lead time, these can be delivered in just 48 hours! What's not to love!
This trend allows nature to take back the landscape to it’s untouched and untamed beauty. Purposefully left to regenerate wildlife and natural habitats has been of great importance to balance out our busy urban city lifestyle and sustain a greener future for generations to come. Boundaries are blurred where indoors and outdoors come together for a sense of peace and mindfulness. Indoor plants have soared within
home interior trends and have been proven to create a happier living environment. #planteriordesign. The idea of city forests have taken focus in our ever growing awareness of our surroundings. Colours are earthy but soft with clay, terracotta and rust adding a contrast of warmth against brighter tones of forest green, moss and verdigris. Textures are rustic and make use of natural elements of stone, wood and vegetation. Crackled surfaces of worn and weathered elements allow for abstract colour movement and oxidised effects.
Tracing routes back to a cultural heritage of nostalgic times, designs take a worldly influence whilst still remembering individual personality. Designs have an aged look with textures of weathered wood and stone layered up with patterns of decorative blooms and botanical elements. Faded prints of flora and fauna embrace a vintage look often drawn with linear qualities to give more of a simplistic graphical look. Colours include a bright and cheery ochre, mahogany, marine blue, cardamon, greige, sail white, brass and haint blue.
Minimal design takes on organic abstract style within this Solace trend. Layers of natural elements creating landscaped pattern. A considered palette of almost neutral tones; blue now being a close third behind cream ones and grey keep a balance of tone, not being too bold or too brash in contrast. Harmonising is key with colours bleeding into one another for subtle change. A search for silence is described with Antarctic reference of white space and soft texture. Grey tones of haze and storm sit alongside purple infused twilight blue and amethyst grey with only maroon making any difference of colour impact.
Colour and light is the centre focus for this trend where experimental clashes of pattern create high contrast and a curiosity to discover more. Designs make use of simple polka dots, bright accents and black outlines creating a very pop art style.
Our latest "Construct Collection" is completely on the Vibe trend. These stunning and dramatic, modern designs create a brilliant talking piece and really add the wow factor to any hall way or contemporary styled home. We designed these and had them handmade in readiness for the Decorex Show where they proved to be very popular, want one for Christmas? You'll need to act fast! Our Vibe collection is available in handtufted in 2 sizes 120cm x 180cm (£950) and 160cm x 230cm (£1620).
Do you deserve a Christmas Bonus?
We think so. You've worked hard all year, just managed to complete your client projects just in time and they're all thrilled to bits with the results. Get in touch to find out about our trade discount! Please call 01562 215115 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out about our excellent rates of commission.
For All Rug Enquiries please call 01562 215115 or email Helen@thewovenedge.com
Reference: Thanks to Hannah Malein's Colourhive Colour and Material Trends for AW 2019/20 Decorex Seminar.
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