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2. Glam and elegance
Next year will also be the year for glam and elegance.
Glam and regency style appear in hotel designs while furniture retailers are embracing metallic materials and elegant-looking items.
Things such as replica faux bamboo trim and bold acrylic furniture items feature with this trend. Find these looks in shops like the Vignette Room, Coco Republic and Pottery Barn.
A variation on the very popular scandi style that has been popular the last few years, the Japandi style gives preference to dark wood tones, greys, blacks and mint green and deep blue wedge accents over soft pinks and blues.
4. Raw earth
A newcomer to the style stage, raw earth offers aesthetics similar to Nordic looks, with rustic furniture and pieces that appear to have been found and crafted by hand.Think timber stools that look like tree trunks, sisal rugs, very neutral accents and manuals like calico, hemp and wool being used with a mix of linen in greys, beiges and white.
5. Round edges and nostalgic colours
Next year is expected to see furniture become chunkier, rounder and in primary colours.
More designs are popping up with chunkier frames and very round or organic-looking overall, with bright primary coloured furniture reminiscent of childhood.
Source: Sasha Karen REB Online
Image 1: Furniture from GlobeWest. Styling: Rebecca Simon. Photo: Mike Baker