This year seems to have gone past in a blur of colour and pattern, and we cannot wait to see what 2018 has in store! While we’d love to be able to decorate our homes every season, it’s just not realistic. However, you can always update your home with a few handmade cushions or made-to-measure curtains to be more on-trend. 2018 is set to be a colourful year with the biggest trends taking inspiration from every part of the colour spectrum.
Bright and Bold
We love an excuse to use bright, bold colours in our home. While some people are brave enough to cover every inch of a room in bright colour, it can become a little overwhelming for other. Avoid this by introducing pops of colour with cushions, throws, blankets or even reupholstering a smaller piece of furniture, like a footstool. Bright colours give a feeling of joy and energy so the use of bold colour will bring a new lease of life to a room, just make sure that you choose the right colour.
On the other end of the spectrum, black is going to big in 2018. After the success of mushroom tones and heather greys this year, black is a great colour to use when making a statement. Across the design world, black is considered a classic shade, it epitomises sophistication and minimalism and can have a calming effect on a room. To keep the look fresh and not sombre, pair the black with light, neutral tones or metallics.
2017 has seen Millennial Pink become one of the most popular colour choices. Typically thought of as feminine, pastels are now associated with strength. They have a relaxing and recharging effect on a room, perfect for a living room or bedroom. To keep the look romantic and feminine, opt for neutrals, whites and creams. To add more edge to the style then pair the pastels with darker accessories.
At Yorkshire Fabric Shop we stock thousands of fabrics, perfect to suit any style and any trend. Our fabrics are unique and sourced from all over the world so that you won’t be the same as everybody else! You can visit our warehouse to browse our stock or search online. If you want to speak to our team you can call us on 01924 728 753, use our contact form or email firstname.lastname@example.org.