A Guide to New Traditionalism (Part 2)

Image copyright Clair Strong Interior Design Last week I started writing about new traditionalism. This trend sees classic design revived with more than a few modern updates. You may already be familiar with it, but for a more detailed introduction, check out part one of this series here. In today’s post, we’re focusing on the…

A Guide to New Traditionalism (Part 1)

Photo by Flaunter.com on Unsplash Trends are cyclical; what seems stuffy and outdated one minute is actually the height of fashion the next. That certainly seems to be the case with today’s topic: new traditionalism. Ignoring the obvious oxymoron, new traditionalism is taking Instagram, Pinterest and design blogs by storm. This new trend is being steered by trendy…

2020’s Biggest Interior Trends: Part Two

Welcome back! Today I’m predicting a few more of 2020’s key interior design trends. We covered rainbow colour schemes, painted doors, earth tones and refined luxury in part one. You can read that here. In part two we discuss textured walls, pared-back versions of popular trends and an ancient comeback…  Muted Tropic Ananas wallpaper by…

2020’s Biggest Interior Trends: Part One

The 2010s offered up an extensive array of interior design trends. We had golden pineapples, all-white walls, approximately 30 shades of grey, bright tropical prints, wallpaper made a comeback, and Scandi design was everywhere. It was a diverse, innovative and rapidly evolving time for interior design. So it’s with some excitement (and some trepidation) that…