Somewhere between frequent traveller and bohemian chic hides Global Goodness. This interior design trend encompasses all that is natural about the world, drawing pattern, texture and style from all four corners of the earth. Ideal for the free spirited, Global Goodness comes naturally to the gallant globetrotter or wild wayfarer but can transform any interior space into an indulgent cultural sanctuary that echoes the ambience of a well-travelled character.
2018 Spring Trends - Global Prints

Global Goodness

Accessories are the easiest way to achieve an aurora of Global Goodness. Use beautifully textured throws to revive dated upholstery, layering a selection of neutral, orange, ochre and blue scatter cushions on top with glorious geometric patterns and embroidery. Handmade flat weave kilim rugs with tasselled fringes make an immediate bohemian statement, their offbeat colour and pattern nodding to Middle Eastern influences and nomadic tribal culture. Enhance your home with large handwoven baskets and coffee table trays with thick rope handles, adding a little artisan texture to rustic living spaces. Earthy clay and terracotta tones are at the heart of this interior trend whilst styling it up with organic, raw and tactile materials creates an unconventional, carefree living space perfect for the global guru.

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2018 Spring Trends - Green Fingered

Green Fingers

Interior designers have been styling their rooms with fresh, fragrant foliage for centuries. Not only do plants provide an abundance of health benefits, but their organic and self-thriving nature flourishes in any home adding life, light and serenity to any living space. When it comes to interiors, natural greenery is the ultimate zen-factor – green shoots, leaves and shrubs offering a discreetly unparalleled sense of calm.

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2018 Spring Trends - Reclaimed Heritage

Reclaimed Heritage

It’s time to style your interior back to its roots. Reclaimed Heritage is all about embracing that aurora that your living space echoes, peeling back the contemporary and uncovering the blank slate of your home underneath. Finding your interiors heritage is all about delving deep into your homes history and discovering the footprint of the house that has been there.

This trend is a cultivated mix of industrial meets farmhouse, a precise pinch of culture and a whole lot of Scandinavian aesthetic. Reclaimed woods are a great place to start, adding immediate warmth and natural texture to any interior, but why not change it up? Match antiqued leathers with cool velvets, architectural delights with minimalistic foliage or muted ceramics with rustic bohemian undertones. Dial it back to basics with a subtle modern twist!

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