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The Interiors Trends to Know

FEATURE: LONG READ
Words by EMILIE DOCK

We thought this time would never come. After months of darkness, spring is finally in sight. Our wardrobes are ready for the new season, our homes deserve an update, too. But first, you need a theme. We’ve consulted our home buyers and the verdict is in: here are the three interiors trends to know in 2020.

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Orient Express

Journey to the East with oriental art, shapes and colours. Natural beauty lies at the heart of this trend, with floral motifs and idyllic landscapes appearing on china, vases and bedding. To fully commit to the look, combine sleek surfaces of dark, lacquered woods with a colour palette that blends warm neutrals, punchy red, black and gold. Not ready for the full transformation? Simply punctuate your surroundings with a few decorative pieces: think Lalique vases and Gien tableware.

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Riad On

For a Marrakech-worthy palace, spice things up with tones of terracotta, rust and gold. Popular in Moroccan architecture, tessellated patterns – on textured cushions, linens and lamp shades – add instant warmth. À table, earthenware and hand-painted ceramics reign supreme, while in the boudoir, sumptuous throws in cheerful hues, including burnt orange, will have you dreaming of sunset walks through the medina. Rich blues and dusty pinks also have their place – take inspiration from the famous Jardin Majorelle – as do cream-coloured accessories and deep-piled Berber rugs.

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Opposites Attract

In need of a simple style fix? The answer is right here in black and white. Crisp and clean, the monochrome palate will never go out of style. But that doesn‘t mean it has to be safe; throw in a few (un)conventional stripes and geometric patterns and you‘ll be amazed at how bold and dramatic a two-tone décor can be. For a softer approach, temper the contrasting colours with grey, ivory and taupe. And to make the space cosier, add textural interest in the form of cashmere throws, cushions and rattan accessories.

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