Interior Design Trends | 15.03.2019
With London Design Week reaching a conclusion, we've rounded up the five most prolific interiors trends that were echoing the halls of Chelsea Harbour Design Centre this week. So, whether you couldn't quite make it down to London or equally hurrying between events and showroom displays, here is what to be looking out for in home décor and what to be including in your design schemes this year.
The allure of the natural world could be seen throughout Design Week. From hand painted wallpaper with intricate designs of flora and fauna to animal inspired art and the FT How To Spend It Restaurant which exploded with blue delphiniums.
Bring the wonder of wildlife into your home with Tiki Tiki or Maya fabrics, from our Hacienda collection, inspired by the myriad birds, beasts and jungle plants found in Mexico. These vivacious patterns create a fun and colourful addition to any room, whether covering a statement chair or scattering a grey sofa with cushions.
Light and airy interiors with sunshine colours to whisk you away to a holiday paradise in your home were brightening the showrooms of London Design Week. With the London weather outside making a stark contrast, it's no surprise that a longing for warmer climates was an influential design trend.
So shoo away the winter months by adding vibrant colour and humour to your decor. Pick a pink, yellow, orange or blue sweetie treat from our candy-inspired Tutti Frutti collection or make a light-up statement with piece from our range of Neon Artworks, named the hottest trends of 2019 (The Independent).
Nostalgia for the beauty of bygone eras was reflected in many of the designs and events throughout the week. Where the rich history of aesthetic culture inspires many of the AM collections, our collaborative collection with Kit Kemp, which radiates mythical romance and rural folklore, will bring your home up to date whilst whispering the warmth of the past.
This week art was breaking out of its frame and making its way onto panoramic wallpapers. Large repeats and expansive scenes are on trend in the wallpaper world.
Make your walls the masterpiece with our National Gallery Bespoke Wallpapers, digitally printed from any of the 250,00 paintings in the permanent collection. Whether you want Michelangelo or Monet to design your wallpaper, we can make it happen.
Sculptural lighting was a decorative focal point throughout many of the inspiring interiors at London Design Week. Putting your room in the right light is essential to evoke the right emotion and atmosphere and creating a design-led statement with the silhouette of a lamp is a big part of interiors right now.