The key to interior styling is to look at a season’s trend and unlock its versatility. Watch Laura Fulmine’s video, or read the feature below, to learn how to use the House of Fraser Traveller collection in three different ways and spaces.
Use earthy colours and souvenirs from your travels to create this eclectic style.
Look for ethnic fabrics like brocades, damasks and Indian prints. Ideally sourced at a flea market in Marrakech or Paris. In reality, picked up on eBay.
“Ethnic fabrics and earthy tones evoke NOSTALGIA for past adventures.”
Earthy tones and rusty reds evoke a nostalgia for past adventures. Add depth with textured weaves and contrasting monochrome prints.
Antiqued metallic surfaces will bring light and focus to a specific part of a room without being overtly ‘shiny’. Use them on the wall, on side tables or anywhere that needs a bit of ‘oomph’.
When it comes to plants, don’t just think ‘pretty’ or ‘cottagey’. Structural leaves bring life to the most urban interiors.
Plants can be as structural as hardware. Leaves and flowers create shadows and shapes that work particularly well when juxtaposed with the clean lines of metals, wood and exposed brick.
“Structural PLANTS work well with metal, wood and exposed brick.”
Think outside the box when thinking about how to display your plants. Old trunks and woven baskets make ideal containers for root systems.
Mix plants in different groups but consider colour, size and form when you arrange your display.
LUXE & CLASSIC
Take cream and beige from boring to brilliant by mixing patterns and organic materials.
Muted colours are sophisticated and act as a blank canvas to add your own personality. Organic materials like marble and glass work well with this colour scheme and bring an interesting and upscale feel to a peaceful room.
“Marble and glass bring an UPSCALE mood to a peaceful room.”
Rose gold and copper metals are having a moment in home trends, and warm up and soften a neutral colour scheme.
Create texture and depth by mixing up tones of the same colour. Soften industrial furniture with a mohair throw. Bring structure to a linen sofa with more defined weave.
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