In this post we'll be giving you an inside overview of the home decor trends that influence our latest collections, highlighting the interior must have looks of 2021 that are set to stand strong going into 2022.
1. Let The Sunshine In.
A design style often referred to as the architecture of life, Biophilia manifests our innate need to connect with the great outdoors. This look continues to grow as an important consideration when designing an interior that is both beautiful and works for every day functional life.
Pattern is light and bright creating an uplifting feeling through the effortless beauty that nature brings. A more relaxed approach focuses on natural day light, raw material and greenery, whilst bold tropical prints and dense leafy foliage allow for vivid colour palettes to take centre stage.
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Imagery from left to right: William Morris wallpaper, Keli curtains from Anthropologie, Floreana wallpaper by Harlequin.
2. It's All In The Details.
Aerial views and macro close ups bring an endless supply of artistic takes on sculptural and textured pattern. Look to the finer details to reveal an exciting source of hidden design with the earth from above and layered rock formations being a great bank of inspiration.
New found contours and carved shape come together to create a new depth of interest bringing together nature and contemporary art for an organic look.
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From left to right: Image from Pixabay, Susi Bellamy at Liberty, Abstract pastel leaf by Miss Belle at Redbubble.
3. In Check.
Offset stripes, checks and checkerboards make the perfect pattern addition to any room. This reformed take on a timeless style brings a contemporary classic back to centre stage with catwalks leading the way on this linear look.
Go as bold and as bright as you like adding contrasting sections to emphasise colour blocking. A toned down and more crafted approach takes focus on woven details dotted and dashed line emphasising a modern take on traditional techniques.
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From left to right: Kirkby Design Northern Blossom, Nomadic Check by Dunelm, Resort by Burberry, Basque by Jean Paul Gaultier.
4. Cue The Curve.
A hand drawn and fluid approach to geometric design can soften hard architectural line with rounded edges, arched doorways and irregular shapes.
More repetitive patterns use curved and circular form to allow designs to flow and looks to revive a more retro feel. Colours are soft with neutrals and pastel tones keeping the look sophisticated and serene.
Here's a classic scalloped design that fits this trend perfectly. Remember you can custom colour to suit your scheme. Loop Nordic Blue.
From left to right: Tourbillon wallpaper by Farrow and Ball, Circles wallpaper by Tres Tintas, Cushion print by Niki Jones Hepworth at Swoon, Ondulation wallpaper by Caselio.
5. Reinvent The Traditions.
Classical style continues to rise with new millennial twisting traditional design to meet the demands of everyday modern life. A balance between the old and new characterises this look with nostalgic prints and crafted details brought up to date with a contemporary colour palette . The simpler pleasures in life define this Cottagecore trend having an overall cosy feel to an interior with an array of ditsy prints and an eccentric nod to an English country garden.
You cannot go wrong with a traditional Tibetan weave for this design trend. Take a look at this showstopper. Carthage TK Teal Grey. Get in touch for custom sizes.
From left to right: Tapestry Fabrics at Liberty, Image from Homes and Garden, Floral wallpaper from Korund.