4 Fresh Interiors Ideas For Spring

Winter may not be over yet, but we’re already CRAVING the SPRING INTERIORS TRENDS that will give our HOME REFRESH… 

MUST-HAVE COAT 

Space feeling drab? Taking its name from the distinctive colour of Italian chicory, Radicchio No96 Estate Emulsion has a bright, modern feel. Try painting your woodwork a gloss in the same shade for impact. This vibrant hue will instantly draw attention to your art. From Farrow & Ball.

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HOMEGROWN TASTEMAKERS

Fresh from the collaborative project with Louis le Brocquy’s archive prints, Stable is making its first foray into the world of furniture with the help of award-winning furniture designer Simon O’Driscoll. Hot on their heels, watch out for the fruits of TextISLE, a collaborative project between designers and producers to develop new products which will be unveiled at Showcase 2017, January 22-25 at the RDS.

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INSTA-WORTHY

We’ve all heard the cerulean speech in The Devil Wears Prada: the speed of fashion’s runway-to-rack process (big brands “copy” predicted runway hits and, within a couple of months, near-perfect “inspired by” designs are in store). Now, the interior world is catching up. No sooner is a colour or accessory a major hit on Instagram (the interior-lovers bible) than the trend is available to shop. A few months back, London restaurant Sketch’s interior fit-out was the Insta-hit, now you can get a bit candyfloss cool with this retro-detail blush Circus velvet pouf by Norman Copenhagen.

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Blush Circus pouf, €460, WWW.NORMANN-COPENHAGEN.COM

 

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Rose Oona wool rug, from €270, WWW.NORMANN-COPENHAGEN.COM

 

This article appeared in a previous issue, for more features like this, don’t miss our February issue, out Thursday, February 2.

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