As the long winter nights fade, we often turn to our homes for an injection of something new. A spring clean, a serious clearout, or a fresh approach to old interiors. So we’ve scouted out the hottest interior trends set to make a splash this spring.
The Trend - Feel the Burn
They might be traditionally autumnal colours, but burnt orange and mustard are for right here, right now. Earthy shades are perfect for spring, especially if you’re looking to bring a touch of Meditteranean fire into your home. You’ll find a perfect partner in the recent trend for brass, copper and gold metalware too, shining brightly against the deeper hues.
The Door - Give those earthy shades the contrast they need to shine with a Dark Grey Palermo.
The Trend - Modern Neutrals
Light and airey has long been the holy grail of many designers. Just look at the unstoppable rise of Scandi! But its all too easy to tip over into stark minimalism, or end up with the kind of beige colour scheme your gran used for the downstairs loo. Instead, use mints and pastels for highlights, and mix in plenty of natural textures.
The Door - Go big on grain and texture, with a solid wood Suffolk Statement in beautiful, natural oak.
The Trend - In the Abstract
Bold, simple graphic elements have made a splash in the world of advertising and fashion, and the next stop is our interiors. From patterned sofas to impactful wall art, bright, simple colour blocks and fun patterns are here to bring a much needed injection of energy.
The Door - Embrace the colour with your choice of door finished in Ember, from Colours by XL.
The Trend - All About Ornamentation
A bit of eccentricity and glamour never went amiss. But if we’re entirely honest, 2019’s embrace of maximalism all to often ended up ‘all the patterns, all the time’. This spring, it’s time to pare it back a little. Use metals and refined lines to lift the tone, with the occasional rich statement colour across walls or furnishings.
The Door - A rich walnut Ravenna would complement the drama whatever your style.