Interior Trends for this Autumn, Winter

by Nicky Spear

Here at Sustainable Kitchens we are getting very excited about the launch of Honest Living, our sister company that will be offering home interiors products that are stylish, honest and sustainable.

Here are a few interior trends that we will be taking inspiration from in our upcoming range.

Find your Pattern

Herringbone floor chest of drawers from the Pursuit of Handyness. Herringbone wall tiles in an industrial bedroom

Textures and patterns in the right places make a fantastic focal point. Herringbone and parquet floor tiles are no longer restricted to being beneath our feet, now these beautiful patterns can be exhibited on tables, chests of drawers and walls. The world of tiles, patterns and textures is getting more adventurous with hexagons, teardrops and geometric shapes make a statement. Find a pattern that you love and use it in a way that makes a special statement without being overpowering.

Built in desk and custom storage by Wentworth Inc

Go Blue

Blue is back in moody tones this year. Bringing a bold blue to any part of your interior will give your room an added depth.  We are loving deep teals which add a delicate but deep hue. Reinvigorate old furniture by painting it a signature blue or go for something bold as part of an accent wall colour. The featured image is from a Wentworth Inc project in the USA and as well as the wall colour we had to admire the fitted home office, if you are interested in something similar then we can always show you our home office and storage options. Please have a look at our latest storage offers on our news page.


Industrial Details

Since warehouses have been converting into chic lofts, Vintage the industrial look has been coming through in waves. Copper chic, stainless steel, metal storage solutions and industrial inspired accessories. There is an industrial accessory for ever home.

The perfect industrial accessory is lighting, whether it’s a pendant light or lamp it will offer exactly what you need to bring industrial chic into your home.

 Add a little flora

With all the metal detailing you will need to find a companion to soften the feel of your room. The 70’s influence of crochet and hanging plants has taken a modern twist with air plants in metal geodesic domes as well as the traditionally inspired hanging plants.  Bring plants back inside to freshen up your room and improve the air quality.

Read Houzz’s article’s on Feel Good Home: How to Max Out on Indoor Plants and The Return of the Hanging Planter for more inspiration.

Hanging macramé planters   HRUSKAA plant mobile - hanging plant

And just for good measure the main image is the ultimate picture of having plants in the home and it features a little king of his jungle.

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