We spoke with Gary Westwood from award-winning Interior Designers, Coleshill Interiors, about the huge trends he expects to see through 2018.
This year’s trends are daring, exciting and amazing. Expect to see luxuriously strong Jewel tones as featured in the collections of Osborne and Little and World-renowned Fashion, Furniture and Interior Designer, Mathew Williamson.
This plate wallpaper from Osborne and Little is a prime example of unusual decorative wallpapers, giving the illusion of an antique plate collection suspended in time.
With dark walls, these amazing fabrics give a warm opulent feel to any room. The Jane Churchill collection combines sumptuous sheers mixed with embroidered and deeply rich textured velvets.
But what if you’re not quite ready to dive in at the deep end of 2018’s jewel tones?
Fashion trends for the more faint-hearted are soft blues and greys. These are featured heavily on Osborne and Little’s leaf design wallpaper with soft marble effect, Mathew Williamson sheer fabrics, reminiscent of a Monet painting with water lilies and the grey textured walls of Jane Churchill paired with the textured chenille material of the sofas.
Grey is still very strong through 2018, but try it with a pop of colour on cushions and accessories to bring in a welcome change.