Expect to see dramatic macro painterly strokes, bold arcs, playful patterns and quirky bright prints that are reminiscent of ‘80s-esque Ken Done creations coming to the fore on home interior textiles and upholsteries.
Reminiscent of the retro ‘60s and ‘70s, fringing and frayed edging is a trend that is starting to re-emerge in home décor. From fine tassels to relaxed threads, fringe is back and is as free-flowing as ever.
Organic and Imperfect
Immersing yourself in nature has a calming, cocooning and nurturing effect, which is becoming increasingly important given our constant connection to digital devices and stressful work lives.
2019 will see a variety of colours and applications of stone effects – and not just in expected places such as tiles and flooring, but also in fabrics, accessories, furniture, wallcoverings and soft furnishings.
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