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From mustard to soft Scandi, modern primitive to the new textural, Michelle Ogundehin calls the rising interiors trends you need to know about now.

A Touch Of Spice

Hugely adaptable, warming without overwhelming and capable of turning sedate into sexy: tangy mustard is the accent colour du jour, giving a pinch of the unexpected.

From left, Porada Myria bookcase; on bookcase, L’Objet vase, House Of Hackney bookends, Villeroy & Boch glasses, Linley decanter, Baobab candle; The Rug Company rug; Poltrona Frau sidetable; Slamp lamp; Montblanc pen; B&B Italia armchairs; Sep Jordan cushion; Oyuna throw; Lelièvre fabric (on wall ); Original Btc floor lamp; Fendi Casa coffee table; on coffee table, Dr Vranjes candle, Linley vase, Ghidini 1961 bowl; Ligne Roset sofa; Frette cushion; Yves Delorme cushion; Little Greene paint

Tactile and textural

A mixture of embroidered fabrics and thick-knitted throws join natural materials in a trend that’s soft, inviting and sure to give you all the feels.

  • From left, Fendi Casa armchair; Ligne Roset bed; on bed Nina Ricci pillowcases, Sferra cushion, Gingerlily sheet, pillowcase and duvet cover, Society sheet (on top of duvet cover), Yves Delorme bedspread; Romo fabric (as curtain); Flos table lamp; Richard Brendon glass; Little Greene paint

  • From top, Bernardaud tray; De Sede table; The Rug Company rug

Modern Primitive

Jettison the polished look in favour of surfaces that exude the handcrafted aura of rough-hewn stone, and objets that are made to be perfectly imperfect.  

From left, Roche Bobois shelving; on shelves, Alessi basket, Roja Parfums candles, Richard Brendon plates; Roche Bobois rug; L’Objet throw; Ligne Roset chairs; Cattelan table; on table, Bernardaud plates, Cutipol cutlery, Richard Brendon glasses and decanter, Roche Bobois vase, Alessi bowl, Wedgwood bowl, L’Objet candle holder and vase; De Sede sidetable; on sidetable, L’Objet candle, Richard Brendon decanter; Flos light; Poltrona Frau armchair; Fendi Casa wall light; Arte Puro wallpaper; Little Greene paint

Humble Materials

Nature-inspired décor combines with fabrics long perceived as too lowly to be beautiful for a look now being celebrated for its authenticity, tactility and sustainability.

  • From left, B&B Italia ottoman; Flexform armchair; Cole & Son wallpaper; Arketipo sofa; on sofa, The White Company cushion cover, House Of Hackney cushion, Oyuna throw; Gallotti & Radice coffee table; on coffee table, Ghidini 1961 flower holder, Baobab candle, Hermès plate; Little Greene paint

  • From top, The Rug Company rug; Ligne Roset sidetable; L’Objet cafetière; Gallotti & Radice coffee table; Hermès plate

All available in-store: Home Decoration & Tableware and Kitchenware, Second Floor; Bed & Bath, Books, Pens & Games, Furniture & Home Accessories and Luxury Linens, Third Floor. Plan Your Visit.

  • Photographer Ben Anders
  • Stylist Hannah Bort
  • Photographer's Assistant Charlie Goodge
  • Styling Assistant Elena Fantuzzi
  • Set Build Cloud & Horse