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Trends of 2018

 

01 Feb 2018

Bone Inlay

"Bone Inlay is a technique that involves fixing intricate, hand-carved pieces of camel bone and/or mother-of-pearl into a wooden frame, which is then filled with a (sometimes coloured) resin". This creates a beautiful intricate design with a Moroccan feel. This stunning effect that could be easily recreated using a stencil or even masking tape.

 Patterned Plants

In last few years we've seen succulents and cacti be at the forefront of interior trends and now it's the turn of patterned plants. Greenery such as Prayer Plants and Calathea Plants are the perfect contrast and nail this trend. The textured effect creates an eye-catching look that adds uniqueness and depth to any space.

Terrazzo 

Terrazzo is typically a flooring material made up of small pieces of granite and marble, set in concrete. But we see big things for this intricate Italian pattern, we're thinking it would make great wallpaper and of course incorporated into a designer table lamp. This material is the perfect way of subtly incorporating the marble trend into any area of your home.

 Mixed Metallics

Metals have been huge for the last couple of years. The industrial look and feel of Copper is still set to be massive but the mixing of metals to create a super edgy and industrial feel will be so in

 Sage

Sage is already all over Pinterest. This natural tone is the perfect complement to any tone especially dusty pinks. It would be so easy to incorporate this trend into your home without too much work - maybe a Sage feature wall in the bathroom or your bedroom or a couple of cushions in the living room?

 Herringbone

We're not joking and it’s not 1970. Herringbone is not going away. This pattern was originally used as tile flooring before making its way onto wallpaper and cloth. The design is characterised by a specific arrangement of rectangles at angles to create a geometric effect. A sage coloured Herringbone design would be the perfect way of nailing two trends in one. Or if you’re feeling particularly design savvy, Herringbone is the perfect match with metallics. How about teaming a Herringbone lamp with gold and brass pots or vases – beautiful.

By Jasmin

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