[ "2021-03-22" ]
However, it can be challenging creating an interesting and inviting space with neutrals. We’re here to help you add warmth and personality into a minimalist scheme with our essential How to Guide on updating a neutral interior.
This season’s new neutral Greige is the on-trend choice for minimalist interiors. Fast becoming 2021’s must-have shade, the blend between grey and beige creates the perfect calming colour. The versatile hue works well in any living space, bringing a welcome warmth into a neutral interior.
Use everything from throws, ceramics and soft furnishings to add texture. Layering these different materials adds depth and creates a feeling of sophistication. Embrace textural fabrics such as the embossed and raised jacquards from our Fusion collection that perfectly blend texture and a warm neutral palette to create an effortless look
Think about your fabric choice when choosing drapery as window dressings are a great way to add interest. Whether you decide to layer fabrics with a blind and curtains to introduce multiple textures or opt for a stunning burn-out sheer like Rosaline from our Penthouse collection to add an ethereal feel to a space.
Pattern doesn’t have to equal colour. Embracing different designs in your home is a great way to express your personality and showcase your style. The beauty of decorating with neutrals is that the colour palette is suited to any design scheme, from the most traditional to the extremely modern.
With the absence of colour, a neutral scheme offers more scope for pattern clashing. Layer designs from the same shade range in upholstery and accessories to create a neutral interior with personality.
A muted scheme is the perfect canvas for natural materials that add colour as well as texture. The layering of these natural elements in this interior perfectly complements the drapery in our Quill fabric and the stunning table runner in our Wish geometric design.
It is these rustic pieces, such as dining tables, chairs and accessories that add another dimension to the otherwise neutral living space. This look is achieved with vintage, antique or inherited pieces that give an unrefined edge to the clean-cut neutral interior.
Green has quickly become recognised as the new neutral this season with its calming and uplifting influences. Adding living greenery into an interior is a great way to inject a little colour and update a neutral space without the need for paint, wallpapers or accessories.
The natural linen look and relaxed, hand-crafted feel of Canterbury is enhanced by hints of green, adding to the feeling of sanctuary that a neutral scheme offers. As well as adding colour into a space, bringing plants into the home has been proven to improve mood, reduce stress levels and increase productivity, concentration and creativity.