7 Interior Trends We Love

Running a home decor business that specialises in designing and sourcing unique items for your home means that we spend a lot of time researching and following the latest and greatest interior trends. With so many sources of inspiration available to us online, we are inundated with amazing ideas and images - especially from our lovely customers! We are constantly blown away with the stunning rooms and innovative styling techniques that we are tagged in, so we thought we would compile our current top 7 interior trends we are loving to share the inspo with you all.

Check out the images and featured accounts below and learn how to recreate the trends in your own home by shopping some of our featured products.  

INTERIOR TREND #1 - RUG LAYERING

We are loving the effect of layering contrasting rugs on top of each other, the more texture the better!

@missmillyandherolive shows us how it's done in Archie's nursery with a jute rectangular rug and our Round Rust Dot Rug.

While @charlieandmarlow combines three gorgeous natural rugs in contrasting textures for her little ones new bedroom.

INTERIOR TREND #2 - FEATURE WALLPAPER AND WALL DECALS

A bold feature wall is a perfect way to create a stunning and memorable statement in any bedroom, nursery, living room or playspace. A few of our favourite examples include these beautiful spaces by @everyday.muse @sweetlittlestory @thefrenchfolk and @missmillyandherolive

 

INTERIOR TREND #3 - MULTIPLE MIRROR INSTALLATIONS

One of our favourite trends at Hunter & Nomad is combining a selection of beautiful rattan mirrors to create a mirror gallery on your wall. We love this trend so much, that we currently have an amazing offer available on all of our rattan mirrors - get 20% off when you buy two or more mirrors! No code needed, the discount will automatically be applied at checkout. To browse our mirror collection, click here. Check out some of our favourite examples of multiple mirror installations below, including @charlieandmarlow @newdarlings and @babylovesbubblesau

INTERIOR TREND #4 - COLOUR BLOCKING

Another great way to create a feature wall is to use good old fashioned paint! Perfect for those not quite ready for a bold pattern, but still achieving the same wow factor. Loving the split wall colour blocking effect created by @thebearcubclub in her two boys' rooms, the coloured ceiling created by @threebirdsrenovations, the sage feature wall created by @everyday.muse and the stylish strip of coral paint created by @teamtonkin

INTERIOR TREND #5 - CONTRASTING BEDDING

Gone are the days where your quilt covers had to match your fitted sheet, flat sheet, pillow cases and blankets. We are absolutely loving using contrasting and clashing patterns, colours and textures for all parts of bedding - and here are a few accounts that are nailing this look: @thefrenchfolk @teamtonkin @houseoferamiha and as seen in our recent collab shoot at Ohi House. Browse our selection of cushions to recreate these looks in your own home.

 

INTERIOR TREND #6 - NATURAL TEXTURES 

This timeless trend is ideal for any home, whether you are going for a coastal, bohemian, hamptons, minimalist or luxe style. We love the way @thehappy.shack @storyandco and @the.quinn.girls combine natural contrasting textures to create cosy, calm and stylish spaces. 

INTERIOR TREND #7 - MOROCCAN VIBES

Moroccan inspired decor breathes so much life into a space. It features stunning shapes, beautiful peach and pink colours and a gorgeous array of unique patterns. Our favourite way to inject some moroccan vibes into a space is with our tudor mirrors, rattan furniture, some cactus silk cushions, pops of terracotta and peach, or one of our new Moroccan rugs - as styled by @justy_olive. Check out how it's done below:

So there you have it! 7 interior trends we are loving at the moment - which is your favourite?! Save the pin below so you can come back to this post full of inspiration next time you are redecorating, styling or freshening up your home.


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