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Dare to Bare? Interiors Stripped Down

A good neutral palette is always an essential when it comes to room accents, but barely-there nude shades are shaking up a storm in the interior design world for A/W 2018 heading into 2019. Taking the lead in front of previous year’s favourites off-whites, grey and bright blue hues and donning many a broad wall, we are all for this surprisingly statement trend which is paving the way for bold accessory choices.

Warm, earthy neutrals with a hint of pink is where it’s at and although it is as simplistic as it sounds, this style choice is anything but boring. Providing a versatile backdrop, which can range from decadent to rustic, welcoming, homely and timeless, yet somehow effortlessly stylish and contemporary too these pared-down fleshy shades create a bright yet cosy atmosphere.

But, although an appealing palette in its own right, this interiors trend is made by what you dress it with. Layered linens, characterful stone and ceramic ware, striking lighting solutions, splashes of colour and industrial or high-fashion leather and metal furnishings to create a mesmerising contrast. We love how much scope there is for play and creativity when working with this sophisticated, collaborative colour scheme.

OUR PICKS

Move over Scandi-home stylings! It’s time to shine a light on the newest neutral in town. If this fresh, romantic palette has stolen your heart, here are our picks for dressing the room.

VASES BY FREDERICK GAUTIER

Contrasting colours and textures work beautifully with nude shades, but likewise, so do minimalistic options that fall in line with your chosen colours. Frederick Gautier’s concrete vases, inspired by floating bollards in the locks of the canals in Paris, include four water reservoirs created to showcase the opulence of the flowers when they are filled. Concrete and nude paints is a paring hard to beat, together, highlighting the bare-faced beauty of minimalism.

URBAN JUNGLE BY MARIE MICHIELSSEN

Nude interiors have a wonderfully soft edge and this can be all the more inviting when put together with opposing colours, textures and materials. The Urban Jungle collection by Marie Michielssen boasts a lacquered stainless steel range which gives old or forgotten materials new use- the true essence of the industrial interiors trend. The result? A practical but beautiful variety of shelving solutions finished in pink’s best friend, a muted aqua sage.

RECYCLE BY MONIEK VANDEN BERGHE

Moniek Vanden Berghe’s ‘Recycle’ collection is another fantastic example of cohesion through contrast. These one-of-a-kind vases are truly unique, only taking shape during the working process to allow for a wonderfully organic form. And if appearance alone wasn’t enough to win you over, perhaps the eco-friendly nature of this range will. All materials used to create these masterful home accessories are 100% recycled.

MARBLE & TERRAZZO BY SERAX

Terrazzo is the next big thing when it comes to interiors and any pro designer worth their salt will tell you so. There’s still a place for the high-fashion concrete finish we’ve seen so much of across 2017/2018, but if you’re thinking ahead and wanting to invest in the furnishings that will be on everyone’s wish-list in the coming months this is the choice for you.

We are just gushing over this sustainable and traditional material made from marble chippings set into cement, which originated in Italy over 500 years as a way to reuse scrapped rock.

Pinterest has revealed that Terrazzo saves are up by 316% this year, proving what a huge comeback it is making!

JOINTED BY FILIP JANSSENS

As we mentioned at the beginning of this blog, nude walls make way for statement accessories and one of our favourite collections that really draws the eye is Jointed by Filip Janssens. This multifunctional modular furniture has a strong architectural influence and the bold, layered black lines making the ideal contrast to soft pinks and natural toned walls.
The industrial trend has been a popular trend season after season, but many interior designers are now saying that there’s a new version on the horizon.
Metals and strong lines are still in, but rather than cage lighting and a warehouse atmosphere, attentions are now being turned to ‘tough luxe’ – a more elegant and artistic take on industrial design. Jointed is just this.


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