Interior trends can be a fickle partner and veer from one extreme to another in the colour spectrum. Inky blues and monochrome themes with dominant dark navy and deep forest green has ruled the home colour scheme for some time now and continues but as the summer season is now upon us neutrals have come into their own.
Soft nudes, neutrals and ‘barely there’ shades mixed with sandy earthy tones create a cool, light filled and inviting home. Add in tactile textures like linens, wools and hemp for a stunning stripped back Scandinavian style to evoke a welcoming interior that is sophisticated, cool and crisp.
Pale pastel hues and nude shades like beige, taupe, ivory and soft greys may appear to be without any colour at first glance, but each will feature a wonderous variety of undertones which can be enticed out and highlighted with accessories – try honey toned Rattans and caramel coloured natural woods.
A beautiful neutral pallet can be easily accented; introduce elements of the ever popular Hygge with soft home loving throws, deep cushioned sofas and contemporary furniture made in an architectural timber for finishing off the perfect summer theme décor.