Interior trends

Be Bold!
The future is most definitely bold. Take cue from London Fashion week and embrace the vibrant tones of canary yellow to lighten up a dull room or in time for spring.
-Start small! Pick up a colour chart if it helps and choose 2 or 3 shades you instinctively respond to
-Choose a prominent feature in your house that you are keen to revive; a tired table stand for example and get painting!
-Remember to mix and match. Vases, hooks, and any other accessory in a statement colour will balance any neutral furniture pieces
-Finally, get playful! Bright colours are proven mood elevators, so the bolder you go, the better you’ll feel.

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Paisley & Prints

Either you love them or you hate them, but prints are here to stay.  Missoni, Prada, and British fashion houses including ingénue Mary Katrantzou have all formed an orderly queue to embrace eclectic mixes and accents.  From dainty florals to the quirkier swirls, prints can add an elegant and classic touch to an otherwise dated room.
-Opt for sot pastel shades in sky blue, lemon, pink and lilac
-Upholster an ottoman or footstool to create a feature piece of furniture
-Replace plain curtians or blinds with a striking print design
-Be bold and decorate one wall
-Decorate a whole wall with a French inspired floral print
The truth is, you’re spoilt for choice!

Feature by
Mary-Claire Akinyemi


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Pippa Jameson is an author, tv designer and interiors expert. The previous interior editor on several leading UK titles, Pippa has a wealth of knowledge and experience. Throughout her 25-year career, Pippa’s unique and creative approach has won her commissions for large retail brands and celebrities to deliver exciting and engaging projects. 

She’s written the curriculum for the British College of Interior Design, produced and styled shoots for well-known brands including John Lewis, H&M & Team GB/DFS, worked as an International Stylist for leading paint brands in Asia, consulted on the launch and creative direction of major retail names including George Home and Wren, and most recently, published her first book, The Sensory Home. Pippa possesses expertise unmatched in the interior industry.