The Houseology Summer Sale means that you can save up to 50% across our collections of designer furniture, lighting, homewares and accessories and bring the summer interior trends to your home! Be inspired by some of our favourite summer trends, whether you love the natural look or a little metallic detailing is what your home is missing, you can introduce an SS15 look for less!
We’ve been talking about copper finishes for quite some time now and this interior trend is going nowhere fast! This metal brings warmth to a space and can be used throughout the home on everything from saucepans to accessories. This versatility is part of copper’s charm as, depending on how it is introduced, it will create a cosy glow or a sense of drama. When paired with clean lines and engineered finishes, copper takes on a fresh, contemporary feel, however it can also be introduced to schemes for a more rustic interior idea. Exposed brick walls, stone flooring, scrubbed wooden surfaces and industrial iron furnishings can all be warmed and lifted with a few beautiful burnished copper pieces and, in our Summer Sale you can save on the style!
Replacing warmer tones such as taupe and sand, grey in all its many shades, has become one of the most popular neutral hues and is a key interior trend for 2015. Whether you are looking to create an elegant, contemporary scheme or a more laid-back cosy environment, grey walls can provide the perfect backdrop. Bold colours can easily be introduced into grey interiors or multiple grey tones can be layered in order to create a timelessly sophisticated scheme that gives a nod to the elegant minimalism of Scandinavian style. Combine a range of different textures in order to really make your grey interior sing; dense knit cushions paired with felt or high gloss finishes make for a gorgeous, multidimensional look. For a look that really embodies SS15 style, look out for smooth, matt greys such as concrete, ceramics and smoothed plastics or chalky paint surfaces.
This year has seen a surge in interior schemes that celebrate materials with a certain organic honesty to them. This interior trend sees raw timber surfaces, exposed stone flooring and industrial metal furniture paired with softer materials such as aged leather, wool and cotton to create a scheme that is inspired by nature. This soft palette of earthy shades introduces a warming feel to the scheme that inspires you to relax and unwind, making it perfect for cosy areas such as living rooms. Plant life is also important to this look as it enriches the natural feel and brings colour to the scheme as well as additional texture and shape.