Be Inspired – The Biggest Trends for your Home this Season

Make a house a home with this season’s biggest décor trends and ideas. The girls in the Shoetique office have put together a few simple tips, tricks, colours and patterns that can transform a room so you can easily create your own little paradise.

Bloomin’ Marvellous – Botanical Style

Flowers can give a room a soft and feminine feel or even a bright and edgy touch. Add them in to your home in the form of bedspreads, wallpapers, pictures and cushions to bring a little of the outdoors in.

A Country Cottage

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• Think soft colours, pinks creams, mauve, blush, linen.
• Looks great in guest rooms, living rooms and kitchens.
• Keep it simple – one feature wall or a few cushions etc.
• Light woods transform a room from ordinary to country cottage.

 

Bright and Modern

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• Think soft colours, pinks creams, mauve, blush, linen.
• Looks great in guest rooms, living rooms and kitchens.
• Keep it simple – one feature wall or a few cushions etc.
• Light woods transform a room from ordinary to country cottage.

Pale Pastels

Neutrals and pales are commonly known as boring. When we think of these soft tones, we think calm, relaxing, soothing. Change the way you see this soft palette by adding paintings throws, cushions, and paint to your home.

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• Pale grey or cream walls make great back drops, allowing you to add splashes of colour in the form of soft furnishings or accessories.
• Creamy white paint will add a sense of space and will give off the appearance of natural light, even in the smallest of rooms.
• Adding cosy throws and cushions softens a room giving it a calming feel.

 

On the Coast

Whether you live 1 or 1000 miles away from the shoreline, the laid back style of coastal décor can transport you to the beach in a second. This type of interior mimics the calming effect that life by the sea often has. Incorporate it in to your home through frames, bed spreads, accessories and ornaments.

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• Stripes can be a focal point in a room when mixed with neutral walls and flooring.
• Natural wood and rope style accessories can easily add a seaside style.
• Nautical themed rooms don’t always need to be red white and blue. Think soft shell colours and pale blues with greens for a calming ocean vibe.

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