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What's hot: Our top 10 interior trends to look out for in 2021

Our new homes cover all the bases when it comes to latest interior trends. To help you pick which style is for you, we’ve collated all the most fashionable decor gracing our walls and rooms this year and going into the next. From naval colours to joyful tones, we’ll match you with your perfect look.


1.    Lightwoods

As the days get shorter, we’re taking a leaf
out the book of our Scandi friends. Covering
floors and ceilings, lightwoods add a natural
and raw feel to any indoor space.


2.    New Neutrals

Neutrals are ideal for creating more intimate
and welcoming rooms. Trend expert Georgia
Metcalfe (from The French Bedroom Company)
says the classics are out: “Earthy tones like fawn,
taupe and beige are the new neutrals pushing out grey.”
And we can’t argue with that.


3.    Instagrammable walls

Popular amongst millennials, we’ve seen a big
trend of fun wallpapers that make excellent Instagram 
posts. From Graham & Brown’s Timepiece to graphic art,
there are some beautiful designs to wow your followers.


4.    Naval Colours

While dark blues are being touted as the new
black proper for 2021, Graham & Brown’s Epoch
is a strong contender. To quote them “This is proud,
regal and luxurious. Add a flash of teal for the opulence
of a peacock, or use tone-on-tone with lilac, lavender
and heather.”


5.    Statement pieces

If decor and minimal designs are your
go-to then you’re doing it right. Large,
normally hand-crafted pieces are trending,
giving your open spaces a luxury feel.


6.    Industrial Interior Design

First-time buyers have a tendency to prefer
open plan spaces. Moving from relaxing to
cooking to dining all in one area makes for a
more dynamic living space and contemporary style.


7.    Hybrid Homes

Following on from the ‘new normal’ comes
a home with working, living and dining spaces
all connected. Just take a look at this home’s
multi-functional spaces using sliding doors, panels
and upper-level workplaces.


8.    Earth and Expressive Palettes

Those seeking a professional and assured feel need
look no further than the Earth Palette. But those looking
for comfort and wellbeing during these times can find
more lively reds and pinks with the up-and-coming ‘Expressive Palette’.


9.    Re-touching Classics

With Ben Pentreath re-colouring Willow Bough (1887)
with modern slashes of turquoise and pink,
we can see a trend of taking what we thought was old-hat
and giving a fresh spin.


10.    Moody Minded Approach

Bold botanicals and cheeky bee motifs are
giving our backgrounds a moody, dark take
as we head into winter. Warning: not for those
who miss summer nights.


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