From faux plants to fringing, take a look at what is in store for the interiors world with our 2019 Trend Guide.
Faux Plants And Dried Flowers
Are we faux real? Absolutely. The botanic trend shows no sign of wilting and we see a blossoming future for these no maintenance plants and flowers.
Inspired by the Art Deco and Memphis movement, replace sharp lines, squares and angles with circles, curves and scalloping for a touch of retro nostalgia.
Tassels And Fringing
A development on the maximalist movement that made major waves in 2018, more is more when it comes to fringing and tassels. Think retro fringed lampshades and tasselled mirrors, all the trimmings are here.
Tired of the cold, industrial look of concrete? Meet terracotta, concrete’s hot cousin, here to steal our hearts. Translated as ‘baked earth’, terracotta’s warm, earthy qualities spell success in 2019.
Goodbye grey, bonjour beige. It’s time to usher a new neutral colour palette into your home, made up of warm tones like cream, peach, beige and brown.
From Blue Planet’s groundbreaking exposé of single-use plastic pollution, to the introduction of the latte levy, 2018 put sustainability higher on the agenda. In 2019, expect to hear and learn more about ‘buying less and buying better’ as we all strive to shop more sustainably.
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