Artisanal texture is going to be huge this Summer with raw materials such as rattan and wicker being a playful alternative to heavier woods. It’s out with the sheepskin blanket too as soft furnishings take an airier turn with classic cottons and lightweight linens. Also making an appearance this season although not so mainstream right now, is, wait for it, tassels and fringing. Work this boho trend into your homes interior decor if you want to remain one step ahead of the game this Summer.
You know how hard it is to choose your favourite flavour of Gelato? Try choosing your paint. Across the high-fashion catwalk and interior design industry, Gelato colours are making it big this Summer. If a statement wall is not really your thing, you can easily create the look through the use of accessories, fabrics and statement furniture pieces. Paint wishbone dining room chairs in a vibrant Retro Peach for an effortlessly stylish look that will not go unnoticed by guests.
Here to stay forever on the interior decor fashion front is plenty of lush and energising greens. Think large scale leaves mixed with hanging ivories and mini aloe vera plants. If lots of houseplants sounds like too much hard work for you, flowers and palmy botanical prints will always be on trend. Also back by popular demand and reigning supreme this Summer is the humble pineapple print.
Summer is the season for plenty of natural light and so a skylight will maximise what your home already receives, making great use of the sun’s uplifting rays. Also touching on the trend for artisanal texture again, lamps made from natural materials are perfectly light and ideal for use throughout the mild summer evenings.
Warm-weather interior decor
We hope you have enjoyed reading our latest blog; 4 ways to bring warm-weather into your home’s interior decor. Whichever warm-weather decor tips you decide to embrace this season, our range of luxury wooden doors will ensure a cool and pleasant interior throughout the balmy, Summer months. Now, where’s that gin and tonic?
Written and published by, Hannah King