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The Future's So Bright...

We love neutral and subtle tones as much as the next home interiors company but we’re secretly excited at one trend that’s set to hit this spring.
Design Inspiration Hints & Tips

Beautiful brights, colours that pop, primary tones with a twist—call it what you will, your home will simply zing. And, because a little goes a long way, it doesn’t take much to bring this trend into your home.

Singularly bold

Want to see how this looks in your living space? Picking one or two key pieces can help you ease into it gradually. Start with a few bright cushions atop a cream or grey sofa. The Roxy Scatter Cushion comes in over a dozen bright colours including red, lime green and our personal favourite, sunkist.

When a piece is as bright and bold as the Harlequin Marion wing chair, you don’t need much else to be on trend. This gorgeous wingback armchair comes in a range of lovely bright shades, including gold and grass, but we think the red is the way to go.

Colourful dining chairs, like our Lollipop chairs, are great for an informal kitchen dining space. And a great way to bring the trend to other rooms in your home.

Multi-coloured and marvellous

Feeling brave? When you’re ready to fully embrace the colour pop look, add some multi-coloured pieces like our gorgeous Paradise Rug. It’s bang on trend, funky and bright (not to mention soft and warm) or the painted Bright Ideas Kids 4 drawer chest.

The brights trend is perfect for walls too. We love the Chihuahua Oil Painting —this modern wall art is printed onto canvas and enhanced with hand-painted touches for a pop of true colour.

For even more Colour Pop Brights visit our Pinterest board.


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