Autumn/Winter 2020 interior design directions

At the beginning of the year, interior design trends were set full steam ahead for an Autumn/Winter 2020 season of bold colour and pattern. But then the pandemic happened and stopped us all in our tracks. With all the anxiety and uncertainty, it was almost as if a pastel-sized iceberg crept into our interior psyches reminding us of the calming decorative qualities of pale blues, pinks and greens …

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Hebridean Island style

The colours and textures of Scottish Hebridean beaches have a way of getting under your skin. Perhaps you already know how Caribbean white the sand is and how turquoise the sea. And maybe appreciate the breathtaking backdrop of the ever-changing moody hues of landscape and weather. But, if you have never been, and are like many of us thwarted from travelling there any time soon, here is just a little Hebridean Island inspiration.  

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Affordable antique chic

Have you ever wondered what City lawyers, bankers and TV journalists do in their lunch hour? Well, it seems more often than not, they are to be found perusing once sunken treasure as well as other ancient artefacts such as the captivating turquoise hues of 12th Century Persian ceramics.  These carefully curated treasures are to be found amongst the antique vessels and furniture that make up Hilary Fisher’s antique shop in Gray’s Inn Road, Fisher London.

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Red, turning up the interiors heat in 2019

A very Happy New Year! It’s that crystal ball time of year for trend predictions and, even if you choose to ignore them, I always think it’s fun to keep at least one eye on what’s going on. This January the blog is turning up the heat with a look at the use of primary red in interior decorating schemes. Although it may appear to be more of a micro trend right now, it’s one I believe will intensify as 2019 goes by.

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