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Emily Beeson
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Maximalism is set to be big this autumn and whether you’re revamping your wardrobe, your accessories line-up or your home, the eclectic trend is here to stay.  


Now when it comes to interior design nailing the maximalist trend can be tricky and there are a few rules to follow if you want to get it right. Basically, it all comes down to clashing prints…  

Power of three

When you’re clashing prints to create an eclectic, maximalist feel in your space, be sure to pick out no more than three strong prints. Whether you use these sparingly or cover an entire wall, be sure to limit your choice to two or three designs to keep things looking chic and considered rather than messy and out of control.   

Colour code

Picking out prints from the same colour family – like neutrals, pinks or monochrome – can really help to bring a space to life and character while still sticking to your chosen theme. Try an autumnal palette for the new season or channel 2018’s punk-inspired vibes with clashing animal prints.   

Accent and accessorise   

Rather than adorning every surface in your home with print, carefully select smaller statement print pieces to make the most of them. Opting for accent pieces and cool accessories will mean you can not only mix and match but this also gives you the option to tone your maximalist interior up or down depending on your mood.   

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Emily Beeson
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Goodbye sunshine yellow, farewell millennial pink – AW18 is all about muted earthy tones. Things are about to look a little softer with muted hues set to be the biggest interiors trend to drop for the new season…   


We’re certainly not mad about the onset of warm peach colours and autumnal burnt oranges dominating our cosy homes just before the weather turns.   

The only problem is, these sorts of colours do run the risk of looking a little dull if not styled properly. But don’t fret because we have a few tips to help you nail the trend with little to no effort required.   

Firstly, always clash your colours and textures. This will help to showcase the subtle beauty of the tones you’ve chosen.   

Opt for larger pieces like rugs and soft furnishings such as your sofa or armchair in neutral putty and string tones and jazz things up with contrasting cushions and throws.   

Use accent tones like metallics, greys, off whites and yellows to add even more interest. Accessories are a great way to do this so think carefully about artworks, coffee table books and unique objects to add to the mix.   

Finally, perfect the warm earthy glow with salt lamps, candles and yellow bulbs and create a space that’s equal parts cosy and chic for the season ahead.  

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Emily Beeson
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There are some trends that never go out of style. They stand the test of time, reappearing in different iterations but always infusing a space with the same distinctive character. The geometric trend is a great example of this.   


From Moroccan tiles to cool Art Deco accessories and modern prints, geometry is everywhere in standout interior design and the trend is currently bigger and better than ever, drawing on gemstones and minimalist repeat patterns for inspiration.   

There’s something about clean lines and precise shapes that can really lend a room a touch of luxe so we’ve created the perfect edit of geometrically inspired pieces to help you nail the trend.   

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Emily Beeson
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There are few greater pleasures than entertaining friends and family over a home-cooked meal – or a takeaway, if that’s your jam. The warm fuzzy feeling that comes with hosting the perfect dinner party is a hard one to beat, especially when your décor’s on point…   


Creating the ideal ambience for a meal with your favourite people is easy, if you stick to a few simple design rules.   

Colour scheme

Pick a fresh colour scheme like green and pink or white and navy and throw in metallic accents for an easy yet luxe look to rival the top tables of Pinterest.   

Eclectic vibes

Accessorise the table with colourful napkins, ornaments, place card holders and unique glasses. Mix and match your flatware and invest in cool pieces like cutlery in brassy tones or tinted glasses. Turn your table into the main event and have fun with it.   

Add foliage 

Fresh flowers, succulents, sprigs of eucalyptus – greenery makes everything look better and makes for gorgeous table setting options. Experiment with seasonal plants and flowers for the perfect summer and autumn-inspired aesthetic and garnish your drinks with fresh herbs for a fresh twist on the botanical décor trend.   

Light it up  

Create a chilled atmosphere with candles and twinkling lights. Opt for a mix of chic candelabras and chunky scented candles for the perfect ambience indoors or al fresco.   

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Cool, cool electric blue, that’s the colour of my room. Well, it can be if you know how to follow a few simple interior design rules. Blue is a difficult hue because it’s a bold and sometimes brooding tone that has the potential to dominate a space…   


The trick with any shade of blue is to opt for statement blocks of colour rather than small accents – like you might with pinks and metallic tones.   

First, find your preferred shade of blue. Teal is having a moment right now but of blue-green isn’t your thing, consider a luxe navy or a bright electric blue.   

Then consider how you’re going to incorporate a blue block into your space. You can paint an accent wall – this is great to making any room look instantly more high-end but be sure to stick to a single wall as deep blues can make a small space look smaller.  

If you’re not quite ready to crack out the paintbrushes, opt for a swathe of blue by way of a rug, a decadent velvet sofa or a boxy armchair. In the bedroom, blue headboards, throws and curtains are winners too.   

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Emily Beeson
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Ever spend hours scrolling through gorgeous homes on Pinterest wishing you could totally transform your space? You’re not alone. Whether you rent or own your home there’s always room for improvement but nailing that luxe look can be expensive.  


Any interior designer knows that it’s not about the space itself but how you dress it so to save you time, money and to spare you those jealous feelings, we looked to our panel of design experts for five fail-safe home hacks to elevate your space in a matter of minutes…  

Monochrome

Black and white colour schemes are considered classic for a reason. Sleek, simple and enduringly stylish, opting for striking furniture, artworks and accessories in fresh white, grey and black tones is an easy way to make your home look luxe.  

Metallics  

Equally, a few shimmering accents in gold, silver and copper have the power to lift a monochrome colour scheme and lend a room an opulent feel without being too over the top. Keep things pared back and opt for metallic lighting, picture frames or accessories like vases and candles for a luxurious finish.   

Artwork

Never underestimate the power of art. No matter the size or style of your space, a gallery wall can totally transform a room. Group a few framed prints of varying sizes that play on a single palette together and dot a few around the room for an effortlessly polished look.   

Accessories 

If your furniture’s a little on the boring side, you can luxe things up with a few well-placed accessories in no time. Stack beautiful books on your coffee table, fill stylish vases with fresh flowers and scatter plush cushions on your sofa.  

Minimalism

Finally, remember the rule that less is more. It’s easy to assume that filling your space with beautiful things will make it look fancier, but in reality, the sleeker, sparser and tidier a space, the more luxurious it looks. Keep things minimal always.   

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Emily Beeson
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As interiors trends go colour clashing is nothing new, however, the latest craze sweeping the homes of Instagram is certainly unique…  


Opting for a green and pink bedroom, living room or kitchen is a bold move but one that we’re currently loving. The perfect mix of moody, earthy tones and fun pastel brights, pink and green décor is everywhere.   

We appreciate that splashing paint around or investing in gorgeous emerald-green subway tiles like the ones in our gallery isn’t an option for everyone, so we looked to a selection of our favourite design-led brands for a little help.

No matter the colour of your walls and floors it’s easy to channel the pink and green trend in every room with accessories, linen, lighting and of course, luxe furniture in rich textures and finishes.   

Browse the edit below for inspiration and try filling your home with the hottest clashing colours of the summer…     

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Emily Beeson
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There are a few age-old interior design tricks that always work, no matter what your home looks like or how spacious it is – see upping the cosiness factor in winter with twinkly lights or adding a little interest with a gallery wall. Changing up your space to suit a new season is easy, you just have to know a few of the golden rules… 


One of the most important tricks is knowing just how powerful colour can be and knowing how to work a trend to your advantage. This season it’s all about yellow – sunshine tones, mustard hues, deep orangey palettes, yellow home decor is everywhere.  

Now, we’re not saying you should rush in with the Dulux and paint all four walls yellow. On the contrary, if you want to work this bold tone in your space, you’ll need to be careful to balance it with the rest of your décor. The key here is using yellow as an accent colour. You can do this in three ways… 

Opt for bright yellow accessories like candles, cushions and artworks to offset the rest of the room. A pop of colour will lend the space a cheerful, eclectic vibe. 

Invest in a statement piece that will act as the only yellow focal point in the room. A velvet sofa, chair, a pair of yellow curtains or sunflower-toned doors, cabinets and shelves will draw the eye and pep up the room in no time. 

Lastly, for something a little more permanent you can get creative with paint and paper. Invest in a cool roll of printed wallpaper from the likes of Cole & Son, Matthew Williamson or House of Hackney and bring the sunshine in on a feature wall or papered surface – this works especially well in the bedroom or bathroom. 

Want to try the trend for yourself? Browse our gallery for inspiration and shop the edit below for our favourite yellow homewares and design-led pieces… 

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Whatever your style, space or budget, there’s always a way to create a chic gallery wall in your home. Whether you opt for a simple cluster of frames or a statement arrangement, there are a few things to remember when buying artworks and creating a unique composition…


Size is everything

When it comes to adorning your wall with beautiful artwork and posters, try thinking outside the box. The secret to a great gallery wall is variety; so opt for a range of sizes and shapes for your frames and prints.

Practice colour theory

Pick a palette and stick to it. A gallery wall is vastly improved by playing with a few strong colours. If your artworks are all different, try matching black and gold frames in different sizes, or invest in posters with a common colour theme.

Mix it up

Different types of frame, twinning prints, triptychs, cool borders and hanging accessories – this wall is your oyster so have fun with it. Play with texture, perhaps add a hanging plate or two and keep things eclectic.

Lighting

The right lighting is an essential component of a great gallery wall, so opt for some cool hanging lamps, industrial-style exposed bulbs or simple candles to brighten and lift your space and showcase those prints in all their glory, day or night.

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Sure dark velvets in luxe, thick textures are the staple of winter months – we see them everywhere, from the runway to our favourite influencer’s homes – but what about styling velvet in summer? Trust us when we say there’s a place for velvet in every home during the sunnier months, but there are a few rules to follow if you want to get it right… 


Go brighter

Opting for blush pinks, muted mustards and pale blues is the way to go. If you can’t quite commit to full drapes or a velvet sofa, mix things up by adding velvet cushions, throws and tonal accents to your existing décor.

Get textural

Full-on velvet can be a bit much for anyone to handle so mix things up for the new season by juxtaposing your velvet pieces with lighter fabrics, like linen and cotton in light tones. Create a tactile feast for the senses with velvet cushions, woven rugs and lightweight throws.

Statement flair

Velvet is by no means the subtlest of materials so incorporating a statement piece for the rest of your interior to play off is always a good idea. Investing in a plush sofa, velvet armchair, pouf or footstool or a statement headboard is a great way to lend your space a little pizazz and get your velvet hit in one fell swoop. 

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Last year we saw an array of jungle and tropical-inspired prints, flamingo hues and metallics in the most photographed homes in the globe. This year, however, designers are opting for a little less frivolity and choosing warm, cosy colours with the power to make a home a true haven. 


Try our pick of the big interiors trends for 2018… 

Rich tones and hues 

Even though grey is still among the designer favourites, colours are richer this year, whether on furniture, walls or bedding. Moody colours – such as violet, navy and emerald green – are taking centre stage. For richness,  opt for velvet accents to show off the hues. 

Dark wood 

Furniture is turning to the dark side this year, stepping away from the pale Scandi-inspired woods of seasons past. The darker shades infuse a space with a sense of vintage glam and work beautifully against metallics. Add a fusion of walnut, gold, brass or marble for the perfect amalgamation of natural materials. 

Wanderlust 

Exotic cities influence interior trends when it comes to carpets and accessories. This season, go for earthy shades of clay, terracotta and ochre and mix your textures. Add a few plants and channel a tropical cabana in your living room. 

Artisanal touches 

Just like fashion, interiors are all about natural textures this season. The handmade feel is gaining ground with materials such as rattan and linen stealing the limelight. Try adding natural and handcrafted pieces to your home for a luxe touch. Are you ready to infuse your tired digs with new life? 

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From modern Miami apartments to London’s art deco dens, metallics are back on our interiors radar for SS18. We love the precious metals trend and to be honest, we’re pleased it’s here to stay. 


Filling your home with accessories that sparkle and shine can be tricky – you don’t want to go overboard and end up with Santa’s Grotto, nor do you want to go too low key and risk your luxe touches being overlooked. 

We’ve put together a list of useful tips on how to work the metallic trend in your home – whatever your room size, taste or budget… 

Mix your metals 

More is more with precious metals so don’t be afraid to mix warm tones like coppers and yellow golds together. Similarly, cool colours like silver and white gold work wonders when paired in the same room. 

A trick of the light

Elevate your shimmering additions by placing them near bright windows and cosy lamp-lit corners. This way, your metallic pieces will help to lend the room a wonderful sense of depth and texture. Copper-framed mirrors are great for this.

Perspective is everything

If you can’t quite commit to a copper coffee table, try grouping rose-gold accessories together to create the illusion of a larger presence in the room. If, on the other hand, you’re ready to go big, let your metallic furniture speak for itself and avoid crowding it with other metallic pieces. 

Be yourself

You can find just about anything in gold, silver and copper tones so pick out pieces that reflect your personality and use our styling tips to lend your room a luxe touch.

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