Indigo Blues – Interior Trend Watch

The latest interior trends for winter are beautiful. Over the next few weeks I will show you the leading ones, with a selection of my favourite pieces to incorporate this look into your own home.

TREND WATCH:  This winter, get moody with deep indigo blues. Dark shades of navy, cobalt and inky blue come together to create a contrasting effect with white, giving this look a crisp fresh feel. Some textiles have an inky bleed appearance, where imperfections and colour blending are part of the details. Ombre´effects are still popular even on glass and ceramics, while brushstrokes in patterns give an authentic feel to this style. The contrast of pure blue and white is a great alternative to the monochrome look and a much fresher, contemporary approach.

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Above: Indigo Ceramics, £10 for set of three bowls, £10 for set of 3 tea plates, jug £15, serving bowl £15, all

Above: Indigo bed linen, from £20, knitted cushion, £18, pattern cushion, £16, knitted throw, £30, all


Get the Look

Get the Look

BUY INTO THE LOOK. Above, clockwise: Bloomingville cushion, £42, Ombre´ glass hurricane, £10, Beaded Chandelier, £580, Anders Chair,£399, Avoca Donegal throw, £111.25,

Indigo Blues - How to get the look


Feature by Theoda Solms Iles

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Autumn Colour Palette

Autumn has arrived and with it, a new colour palette to inspire you. This season there are mainly two colour schemes to be leading the trends, below are the two schemes that have emerged this autumn.



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The first one is slightly cooler with navy, charcoal and greys being the base colours. These cool hues gets warmed up by the additions of  copper and a hint of berry, perfect colours to use as highlights to your room scheme and ideal to keep in mind for accessories.

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Clockwise:  Artois wine glasses by La Rochere, from £5.95 each,  Grey cushion, £12.99, Navy throw, £39.99, Copper bronze pot, £4.99,  Jumper, £125, Weave throw, £239, reindeer hide, £145, all  Ceramics from the Field Harvest collection by Gregg Moore, £10-£20, napkins, £8 each, all



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The second colour palate is a bit more of what you’d expect this time of year. Burnt oranges melting together with chocolate browns, metals like copper and brass brings a bit of shine, while lighter shades like nudes and mink brightens the whole look.

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Clockwise:  Liberty Art fabrics Interiors, Patricia Anne wallpaper in spice, £69 per roll, Velvet fabric, £115,  Bud lantern holders, £19 each, Scape dinner ware, from £7 for a bowl, mercury glass tea light holders, £5 each,  Henley headboard, £175, Scroll Rose duvet set, £15, faux fur throw, £30,



Feature by Theoda Solms Iles

Images supplied by Companies mentioned.