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Floral patterns are back on trend. But we don’t mean the intricate chintz that got resigned to the design dustbin back in the early 1990s.
Wallpapers are boasting big and blousy blooms in the most contemporary of colour schemes. Maximalist designs are allowing for the mismatching of patterns with plenty of florals thrown in for good measure.
And those who shy away from anything pink and pretty, will find solace in cool, green botanicals that have the power to add tropical and understated elegance to any design.
Invite the calm of nature into your home by introducing some unique planters, leaf prints and a mix of natural finishes. Nothing freshens a space better than a pop of greenery!
Leafy prints and shapes have taken a more sophisticated turn over recent years, with a range of paired back and contemporary designs on the market to suit every style.
From bold tropical leaves, to more delicate and intricate designs, we're seeing these leafy details across a huge variety of forms including cushions, wall prints, furniture upholstery, rugs, ceramics and even lighting.
Are they small sofas or huge armchairs? They are called love seats or snuggle chairs, but whatever you like to call them they have surely been designed to be shared.
These brilliant seats are perfect for two, to snuggle and relax during the cold winter evenings or the long summer nights; to share a seat and a moment with a loved one.
A small footprint makes these chairs perfect for tight places, they are also ideal to create a comfy reading nook in a bay window.
The Electric Jungle trend takes the shapes and objects of the natural world – we’re talking tropical leaves, animal print and the odd chameleon – and makes them, well, unnatural. They’re spliced from their usual context, recoloured in a neon palette and made to feel super edgy. This means incredible patterns, bold colours and lots of neon lighting.