Pantone’s colour of the year – Ultra Violet, has set the tone for furniture. Bold violets, navy blue and emerald green colours with a regal finish help superbly complement the deep rich tones of Ultra Violet. This becomes perfect if you’d like to have a chaise longue. It can perfectly fit into your bedroom for a cozy reading nook, or add a touch of elegance to your living room. We recommend vintage with a combination of modern plush comfort. If you like the Victorian era, velvet would be the apt choice for upholstery.
It’s time to embrace the curves. This year’s trending furniture calls for maximum comfort. Build your furniture in nurturing themes of nests and clouds or even a cocoon, with bubble or balloon shapes. This will cultivate a relaxing atmosphere no matter what room you are in.
Be world wise
Use natural elements like crystal stones, feathers, or bamboo. Wicker chairs complemented with furry cushions add a touch of whimsical elegance. Use earthy colours and conversation-starter objet d’art pieces set in soft pastel schemes. You can pair this with metallic and concrete accessories, creating a contemporary contrast with your rustic furniture components.
Grey is the new black
We recommend you go in for darker tones like deep purple, extravagant emerald green, royal maroon and pair it with a gentle grey tone to achieve a balance. Curtains with grey hues can offset the deep, rich colours of your furniture, perfectly. Use an accent colour like white or cream on showpiece accessories to highlight the deep colours of your furniture.
Prints are back
If you love saving the environment, here’s the perfect way to show it by going green in terms of funky green prints. Use emerald and olive shades of green, with botanical prints and design. Use these colours on your furnishings like upholstery, or even wallpaper. Use nature themed rugs to decorate your living room. Dress your windows with windowsill succulent plants, and place earthy-toned rugs on your living-room floor to add a sense of warmth. And don’t forget to complement it by adding a few indoor plants of lavender or even a well-cared for bonsai. It’s time to bring the goodness of the outdoors, inside.
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