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Trends are an interesting concept. In the fast-paced world of fashion we see them change seasonally but interior trends, thankfully, endure a little more longevity. From the whimsical prints and pretty pastels of the Shabby Chic era that we’ve seen dominating the last decade, or the rustic materials and open-plan lay-outs typical of a more modern and industrial-inspired home, to the recent – and increasingly popular – adoption of a neutral colour palette and spot of minimalism from Scandinavia; there are many interior trends bound to tickle your fancy.


It’s important to note, as with all trends, that there are no strict guidelines – country classic can just as easily be mixed with a touch of Scandi if that’s what you like. Much like fashion and style, a house only really becomes a home when you put your personal stamp on it so enjoy taking inspiration from different trends!

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SCANDI minimalism

Scandinavian-inspired interiors continue to dominate Pinterest boards and reign over the pages of interior magazines. Aesthetically pleasing, minimalist and neutral, this fuss-free trend is showing no signs of slowing down. With a strong focus on functionality, simplicity and beauty, the Scandi trend can be incorporated into the home in many ways.

Campbell Oak Sideboard

A beautiful minimalist design with plenty of storage, this light oak sideboard embraces the sleek lines and fuss-free exterior championed in Scandinavia.

Montague Oak Ladder Bookcase

An eye-catching design boasting ample storage in varying degrees – it’s perfect for that uncluttered Scandi-inspired look.

Hemingway Modern Chair

Effortless, sleek and oh so comfy, our beautiful Hemingway chairs come in a number of colourways – try mixing them up to jazz up mealtimes!


Nettie Ceiling Dryer | Geometric Runner | Velvet Cushions

If you’re not looking to renovate a whole room inspired by the neutral tones and stream-lined interiors popular in Scandinavia, these finishing touches offer a subtle and inexpensive nod to the trend.


Evocative of decades gone by and nostalgic retro designs, Mid-Century interiors have seen a welcomed revival in recent years. Reminiscent of the clean lines and functionality we’re now seeing with modern Scandinavian designs, this trend welcomes a pop of colour and experimentation with different materials and contrasting textures. Said to have spanned the years between the 1930s – 1960s, it is a timeless style that developed in America following the migration of Bauhaus architects and designers who came over from Germany after World War II.

Harvington Oak Chest

Wonderfully contemporary with a sleek finish and curved lines suggestive of traditional Mid-Century designs, this beautiful chest includes four deep drawers perfect for stowing chunky knits, and three smaller drawers for storing essential knick-knacks!

Alba Oak Dining Table

The perfect spot to enjoy your morning coffee, this charming dining table will fit seamlessly into a smaller kitchen or dining room.

Mandela Chair

Velvet remains an extremely popular texture for 2018, with deep greens topping the colour trends chart alongside ultraviolet.


Geo Throw | Matahari Mirror | Geometric Fringed Rug

Geometric designs have been having a bit of a moment recently – adorning rugs, runners, cushions and throws – and they complement the Mid-Century trend perfectly!

COUNTRY classics

Rustic furniture, chintz fabrics, painted pastels and faded florals, country home decors continue to prove extremely popular. Wonderfully versatile and frequently seen in the homes of both country and city dwellers, it’s easy to inject a little bit of the countryside – whether you’re living in a small London apartment, traditional thatched cottage or a new-build house.

Portobello Painted Sideboard

If you’re looking to dip your toes in the country house interior trend, cream is a brilliant colour to experiment and play around with. It’s neutral, subtle and pairs with just about anything. Our painted sideboards make a perfect addition for the hallway or landing to stow away unsightly clutter and safely store keys and handbag essentials.

Charlton Green Painted Range

Subtle tones of sage green and duck egg blue have become increasingly popular colour choices in recent years – especially for those looking to create a traditional country kitchen or living space. Our charming Charlton Green Painted range proudly champions this prevalent trend and is perfect for embracing a timeless country house style.

Shop Country Kitchen

What’s a country kitchen without a traditional kitchen dresser to display all your beautiful ceramics and printed pottery? A timeless investment that will take pride of place in your home for many years to come.


Belva Mirror | Grocery Box | Navy Striped Rug

Think rustic wood, stripes, florals and weathered paint for a truly country-inspired look!

For even more inspiration on creating a beautiful home, whatever your favourite trends may be, head over to our lovely Pinterest page!

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