Interiors: On Trend
Here are the five new home trends you need on your radar, writes Taylor Smart of Suffolk home and lifestyle blog TWUSS
You can’t help but see bamboo products everywhere on the high street. There is no easier way of achieving a more natural and ethical interior than using bamboo fixtures and furniture, from light fittings all the way down to bedside tables.
Bamboo Hues side tables, £160, frenchbedroomcompany.co.uk
Mustard has been trending for a while and most people are opting to use it in the form of a standout piece to make a bold statement in their home. It’s a great way to make a small, dark room look lighter and more inviting.
Monty two-seat sofa, £689.99, my-furniture.co.uk
Kitchens cupboards are no longer, with people are opting to display what they would normally hide away in cabinets. Open shelving makes smaller kitchens look brighter and more open. Plus you can finally show off that pretty tableware you only get out for special occasions.
Showcasing the Brompton kitchen accessories collection, gardentrading.co.uk
Bye-bye blush pinks and hello coral! For so long, Millennial pink has been at number one for furniture - but now coral is making its way to the top. Add a coral footstool to your living room to give it that extra pop of colour.
Tulum indoor bean-bag pouf, £174.23, lujo.com.au
For so long now geometric patterns and terrazzo have been at the forefront for wallpaper, but floral is coming back for spring. By adding delicate floral patterns to your walls, you can create a calming and relaxing room.
'Eunoia' Watercolour Floral wallpaper, £85, woodchipandmagnolia.co.uk
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