This month we are captured by bold geometrics and graphic prints for Autumn/Winter 2015. Across interiors geometrics are making a statement, and these can be brought into the home with patterned fabrics and striking wallpapers. Plus, echo the geometric trend within your home accessories, such as shelving and lighting.
You can opt for subtlety with a select few of your favourite geometric fabrics; make a simple blind, curtains or a selection of scatter cushions. Our Cube collection of graphic printed patterns all make a strong impact, both as individual statements or when used as a collective.
Monochrome interiors are also on trend this season and when combined with geometric patterns you can create striking interiors with real impact! Add a splash of colour and soften hard lines by introducing plants and foliage, and to bring a little nature into your home.
Above: Cube Collection
Include bold geometric shapes in your accessories, from lighting, tiling and flooring to your furniture. Key furniture pieces can tie in your fabric choices. Feature lighting can create a focal point and reiterate the geometric theme. We recommend the on trend copper finish lighting , plus this is another great way to add colour if you opt for a monochrome scheme .
We have a variety of geometric concepts across our fabric collections, such as zig-zags, hexagons, tessellating patterns and dynamic jacquards . Here are just a few in our favourite contemporary monochrome palette…
Soften your approach to geometrics with Scandi inspired furniture pieces. Choosing natural materials for your furniture will soften the geometric look and add warmth, whilst incorporating the on trend Scandinavian style .
Alternatively combining spots and polka dots with your geometric fabrics will break up the graphic patterns. Our Samarkand collection (bottom left) includes an understated tone-on-tone hexagon jacquard, alongside damask flowers and sophisticated stripes, for a subtle approach to combining geometrics.
Inky blue hues have also seen a comeback this Autumn/Winter; midnight blues, rich jewel tones, and indigo blues, combined with cool blue hues create a calming colour scheme.
A serene blue colour palette alongside geometric patterns creates a refreshing and calm interior design concept. Look to our Rocco, Eclipse and Atrium fabric collections, plus our Urban wallpapers for rich blue colour palettes including geometric influenced designs.