Taking inspiration from the earth's landscapes and cultures from around the world, this palette includes shades of burnt orange, golden-pink and clay red. Warm, uplifting colours are used to create a cosy, calming environment.
Moving away from grey, we embrace a 'new neutrals' colour palette including shades of pale ochre, oatmeal and sage green. Combined with textural surfaces, natural materials, circular, rounded shapes will add warmth to an interior, creating a calm and serene space.
Featuring fine lines, abstract geometric pattern and Picasso-inspired shapes have been seen in many areas of the home, from textiles & wallcoverings, to ceramics and lampshades. Whilst also making an appearance in high street fashion and jewellery there is no sign that this trend is slowing down.
We are clutching onto Summer and embracing this tropical trend. Flamingo pink, teal blue & Jungle greens have been popular on the catwalks as well as in the home. Take a look at Cole & Son's Ardmore collection for inspiration. Fruity, exotic, rich colour is what it's all about!
Dusty Pink or millennial pink is the colour on trend in the fashion and interior world. Paired with soft neutrals or greys or even other shades of pink - its a hot colour right now among our design community! Pantones joint colour of 2016 was 'rose quartz' and we have certainly taken this timeless colour into 2017.
Eye-catching geometric prints are a staple within the fashion and interiors industry. Small-scale geo's are 'easy-use' patterns that can be adapted to a vareity of different surfaces. Larger scale designs can make a bold statement paired with solid colours and other clashing prints.
Watercolour florals are a favourite for Spring, and are popping up in fashion but also in interiors year after year. The look is feminine, soft and vibrant all at the same time.
As most of you will know, International Womens Day was on Thursday 8th March. So, we are celebrating each & every one of our female followers, which is a whopping 87% of you. In an industry dominated by females we thought it was vital to say thank you for continuing to inspire and create. We believe textiles in an industry that allows you to express yourself and inspire others. So, because we are thankful to every person reading this for being a part of our design community we have decided to feature lots of you on our Instagram story all of next week. All you have to do is continue to use our hashtag #exposeme & we will do the rest! Don't forget to follow our hashtag #exposeme so you don't miss a moment. KEEP CREATING! #INTERNATIONALWOMENSDAY2018