Bored of staring at the same old wall for the last six months? Why not lift your spirits by giving your home a makeover!
Here our Interiors expert, Bee Osborn tells us what’s in and what’s out for the Autumn/Winter months ahead.
Calm and comfortable:
- Earthy warm colours like oatmeal, beige, sandy shades, terracotta and natural green hues
- Textured art and rattan/wicker furniture
- Cosy fabrics, such as Bouclé (a cosy teddy bear feel)
- Plaster effect lime-washed walls
- Line art and decorative plates
Confident and bold:
- High contrast look, with striking colours and bold patterns, pop art and dark walls
- Grandmillennial/Granny chic with wild floral wallpapers and rich glamorous tones and velvets
- Moving on to more daring and dark kitchens, and using more than one colour/finish in a kitchen/2 tone kitchens
- Antique mirror
Look out for:
- Pantone’s Colour of the Year 2020 is ‘Classic Blue’
- Big focus on sustainability and more carefully considered choices, like upcycling and reducing waste
Bee brings a personal approach to each client and over the past two decades has designed a vast array of residential and commercial properties, both in the UK and overseas. Inchbald trained, Bee and her professional team provide expertise, attention to detail and exceptional creativity to every project they undertake, whether it is a home or a boutique hotel.
Bee draws inspiration from classical design and proportion, but always likes to infuse her work with a modern, up-to-date energy. Together, with her talented team, they produce balanced harmonious interiors that are both practical and visionary.