We have definitely spent way more time in our homes that we imagined we would in 2020, and many of us are using that time to re-style, re-vamp and generally just buy some lovely new additions to keep things fresh and help in our enjoyment of staying indoors.
For some beaut style inspiration, take a look at our top five current interior trends we are loving right now.
We have all become OBSESSED with buying indoor plants for our homes – not only do they bring the beauty of the outdoors inside, they also become great little projects for you to tend to and look after. Raised planters give your plants and succulents an extra stylish elevation, perfect for resting on a windowsill or shelf. Oliver Bonas have just released a whole new collection of colourful plant pots with a size to suit every planting need – included are some lovely footed variations.
DRIED FLOWERS & GRASSES
A continuation of the botanical theme, if fresh plants aren’t really your vibe, dried flowers and grasses not only involve zero maintenance but are a stylish and long-lasting way to add a flourish of texture and natural decoration to your home. Brighton based homeware retailer, Little Deer, have a gorgeous dried collection on their site, providing options to suit all decor styles, whether you opt for a more minimal look with pampas grass, or prefer a mix of colourful flower stems.
RATTAN & WICKER
My Pinterest is currently full of furniture and accessories in rattan and wicker. I simply cannot get enough – insert my current dream chair by sustainable Danish brand, Mater, here. This year there is a definite trend for bringing organic, natural textures and colour-ways into the home, with current rattan and wicker designs effortlessly combining crafts and materials of the past with styles and shapes of the present. H&M Home have a brilliant collection of rattan and wicker inspired decorative accessories, ranging from cabinets and chairs to planters and serving trays.
Oh I do like to be beside the seaside – or – the next best thing, surrounding yourself with ocean-inspired accessories to create your own beachy paradise at home. Shells and anything with scalloped edging seem to be a big hit in interior design at the moment. From beautiful ceramic decorative pieces, such as Ferm Living’s Shell Pot, to colourful shell boxes and vases from A New Tribe, the beauty and charm of the seaside will always be timeless.
Who wants a regular candle to burn when you can have a colourful-twisted-sculptural one instead? Designed by Dutch designer Lex Pott, the Twist Candle, available to buy at KIN, combines a candle and base all in one, creating a quirky centrepiece and unique decorative accessory for the home. For some more colourful candle inspiration, check out Zeena Shah’s gorgeous home instagram account. Bursting with unique homeware and accessories, spot the super cute, slender twisted candles in pretty pastels.