Reclaimed beauty and colour pops: this summer’s biggest interior trend
This summer’s interior design trends celebrate individuality and serenity through unique pieces that sit oh-so-harmoniously among everyday home essentials. There’s something distinctly beautiful about pairing the old with the new, and elements of reclaimed rustic décor combined with contrasting bold statement shades of colour accentuate this perfectly. Primary colours have been swapped for palettes that reflect the diversity of nature, and in this piece we explore different ways to use vibrant shades of mustard and yellow.
Bathrooms are often the hardest room in the house to get right. The perfect bathroom usually combines space-saving basics with objects that serve a purpose. Often, people opt for neutral shades and soft hues in their bathrooms for calmness. The alternative would be to follow this summer’s top interior trend and add in statement pops of colour with soft furnishings – bright towels, robes and rugs all add personal flair to your bathroom. Large bold patterns can also create an illusion of a greater interior space – try pairing our Pineapple wall mural with yellow accessories for those all-important colour pops.
Love your living room
Unique character and charming details are key features in the reclamation interior trend – the trick of the trend is to pull together individual elements that work well alone and also form the bigger picture perfectly. Recreate the beautiful revival trend in your living room by blending together a fusion of styles that wouldn’t normally sit together. You can do this with just one fabulous feature wall teamed with rustic décor accompaniments. Photowall’s Old Brick Wall looks great with subtle colour pops and rustic accessories – try teaming this with reclaimed wood furniture and copper accessories.
As one of the major selling points of your home, the kitchen is a great area on which to focus your efforts. Wallpaper that wows with beautiful bold patterns is a great way to add another dimension to your kitchen. The usual kitchen neutral palettes can be completely revamped with accent accessories. Try teaming Zikzak Yellow wallpaper with white subway backsplash tiles and wooden kitchen worktops.