Last week I visited Decorex at Olympia in London. It’s a great chance to see all the latest products, meet my suppliers, find new brands and suppliers and listen to some talks by leading names in the interior’s world.
In 2023 it’s all about making our homes places we love to enjoy rather than functional spaces. It’s about embracing our vintage pieces, arranging our new larders and enjoying me-time in our spathrooms.
Key interior design trends for 2023 include using earthy tones, embracing maximalism and choosing natural materials.
Ruffle some feathers with a stunning selection of feather inspired products. Feathers have a real outdoors connection and are nature inspired, which is why it has become a popular trend for 2022.
2022 Interiors Trends – From colours and textures to materials and moods, here are 14 key decorating looks for the coming year.
The Pantone Colour of the Year 2022 was announced just before Christmas and for the first time ever, Pantone have created an entirely new colour: Very Peri.
Japandi inspired interior has started to storm through the interior world after the Olympics. Japandi interiors features a Scandi look combined with rustic Japanese minimalism. Use light wood, natural fabrics and warm neutral colours to achieve this look.
The statement styles and patterns of the 1970s are on trend in the world of fashion and interiors lately, so we’ve gathered a few of our favourite pieces to help you incorporate a bit of that retro flare into your décor.
Floral designs are a wonderful way of brightening up our homes. From pretty and romantic to classic or contemporary, floral designs are a timeless favourite that never go out of fashion.
Tiles are wonderful to look at and can be used in almost every room in the house. From glass to terrazzo, here are my favourite inspiring tile trends for 2021.