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28th February 2019

Brighten Up Your Home With These Must Have Trends

It’s time to get inspired by ditching dark winter hues and brightening up your space with new shapes, styles and shades. Take a look at tour top easy-to-achieve spring trends.


BOLD BAUHAUS

Raawii at Heal’s, prices from £49

Founded back in 1919 by Walter Gropius in Germany, the Bauhaus remains one of the most influential art and design schools in history. The Bauhaus-inspired collections at Heal’s will add a whole new dimension to your space, think sharp lines combined with clashing colours and smooth spherical accents to bring a modernist feel to any home.

 

WHAT TO BUY:

Left to right: Senzatempo Clock, £78, Calligaris, Raawwi Strom Jug, £94, Heal’s, Erol cushion, £29, MADE.COM


LIGHT WOOD

BoConcept – Nantes Sofa, prices from £3,399

Being cosy doesn’t always mean tucking yourself away in a dark room and surrounding yourself with candles – with the right furnishings, it can be light, airy and spacious. Create your own sanctuary by pairing light wood furniture with plush accessories and soft textures. For the bedroom, the Reema Kingsize Bed, £549, MADE.COM is made from natural oak and cane to add a vintage-inspired touch to your space. To embrace the trend in the dining room, the Design Quarter ‘Sono’ dining table, which is made from natural solid acacia wood, is currently on offer with four ‘Swing’ dining chairs for £1,499.

 

WHAT TO BUY:

Left to right: Reema Double Bed, £549, MADE.COM, Oliver chair, £499, Heal’s, Sono Table, Design Quarter


SPRING SOFAS

Authentic Furniture – Old Bessie in Tea Rose from £1,390

From mustard yellow to pastel pink, take the plunge and refresh your lounge with a light sofa to create an uplifting, vibrant ambience. At the brand new Authentic Furniture, all sofas are made to order by master craftsmen in the workshops and can be designed especially for you right down to the details and in a range of sizes, colours and fabrics, depending on your requirements. And for the modern home, BoConcept also offers a variety of modular sofas to suit your room.

 

 

WHAT TO BUY:

Left to right: The Florence Velvet Statesman Sofa in Gold Leaf Velvet from £1,490, Authentic Funiture, Osaka Sofa Bed, £4,999, BoConcept


POP ART

Paul Stephenson at Castle Fine Art – ‘Jackie’ limited edition Silkscreen £5,950

Lauded by the BBC and VICE Magazine, the new After Warhol collection from London-based artist Paul Stephenson will brighten any space. The hand-pulled silkscreens available at Castle Fine Art feature four of the Pop Art founder’s most iconic images, including Jackie, Mao, Little Electric Chair and Self Portrait, and are available from £2,950.



SMART STORAGE

Calligaris – Magazine Table, prices start at £452

If space is limited but you don’t want to completely ‘Marie Kondo’ your house just yet, keep your home clutter-free with smart storage solutions like the Calligaris Magazine Table, which comes with a hidden leather pocket to store magazines, newspapers and files.

 

 

WHAT TO BUY:

Left to right: Lomond Coffee Table, £349, MADE.COM, Como Bookcase, £519, BoConcept


STATEMENT TABLE LAMPS

iLite – Foscarini Table Lamp £400.14

Switch up your home without the faff by simply upgrading your lighting. Believe it or not, the right lighting can make all the difference to your space, leaving your room with a new ambience and refreshed feel without a complete overhaul. For a limited time only, iLite is offering 10% off or a free bulb with all orders on brands such as Foscarini, Luxxu and Studio Italia – so don’t miss out! Head in-store to find out more.

 

WHAT TO BUY:

Left to right: Pine Cone Lamp, £489, BoConcept, Silk Table Lamp, £289, Heal’s, Stockholm Lamp, £299, BoConcept

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