What are the U.K.’s furniture trends for 2016?
Well, get ready for pinks, charcoal walls and global finds according to Sharon Dale from the Yorkshire Post.
Pink is a colour that should be sparingly used but the beauty of Rose Quartz can lighten up many types of rooms when it is used smartly and creatively.
This is a rather soft and unassuming pink that choosing as colour after year along with Serenity Blue. Grey still a favourite amongst the neutral home accent colours.
But there are more trends for this New Year. When it comes to metallics in your home, silver and gold are quite in these days and believe it or not, bright bursts of orange are making a comeback as well. Looking at fabrics, botanical prints along with jewelled fabrics and monochrome are at this year’s fashion forefront.
Barker and Stonehouse creative display major Claire Hornby said that recycled wood is coming and fashionable trend which not only makes a good figure with all types of home furniture and is likewise beneficial for the environment,
Furniture makers such as Mac & Wood who specialise in furniture made from reclaimed wood are seeing massive order numbers these days. Check out their reclaimed wood table and other fantastic pieces made from aged, reclaimed timber.
Claire Hornby says that there is a real beauty tool using recycled wood especially when the imperfections natural finishes are allowed to shine through.
As expected, interest in work by furniture designers will continue to grow throughout the year so will consumer demand for these creative designs.
“Artisan finds from across the world that utilise colourful hand-woven fabrics and materials will be popular. Patterned Moroccan rugs will sit alongside cushions made from Indian fabrics and hand-woven Mexican baskets for an eclectic, global feel. Bold, bright colours and patterns clash comfortably against a backdrop of dark, inky hues”, she told the reporter.