Trends in Interior Design, Carpets and Flooring are constantly changing. Here are the big themes for this season.
Bold deep colours, block tones and big floral patterns are expected to be the biggest thing in carpets and flooring this autumn. In this latest post we cover some of the main trends in interior flooring this winter.
- JET BLACK/WHITE CONTRAST
This monochrome trend is grounded in dark black accessories to contrast with the room temperature. To balance out this look, white and cream painted walls should be contrasted with light wood or cement-effect laminate and vinyl flooring.
- BRIGHT SHAPES
This happy trend is grounded in bright blocks of colours with bold shapes. These shapes can be in stripes, spots, blocks and geometric patterns. Flooring such as vinyl and laminate tile effects and medium-tone wood work well with this trend to highlight the room and accessory colours.
Navy Blue is the colour this season. The is gently deep colour is perfect for winter months and creates a calmness in the summer. Here, it has been mixed with gold wallpaper to create an effect that highlights the navy background colour. Pair this room style with dark wood vinyl flooring to give your room a popping effect that will not only work incredible in the winter but will still create a dynamic effect in the spring and summer months.
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With all of us spending more and more time on social media, there’s a move towards more conscious and folk-inspired handcrafted homewares. Having pieces that feel great will be key; tufted rugs, decorative quilts and rattan lampshades, as shown here, will all be popular. There’s a need for textures that create interest visually whilst retaining a cosy feel to help us through those darker months.
SCANDI GOES VINTAGE
Think Scandi combined with nostalgic designs from Sainsbury’s packaging archives and this is the eye-catching result, as Andrew Tanner, design manager at Sainsbury’s Home explainsL ‘This new dining range evokes 1950’s nostalgia with a modern Scandinavian edge, and embodies the excitement and post-war boom of the era. Updated with a yellow and deep aqua blue colour palette, this collection is a must-have to bring a vibrant pop of colour to the dining table, designed to be mixed and matched for informal, vintage style.’ Team it with pale blond wood furniture so the design sings out and keep the styling simple.
Author: Sophie Warren-Smith