With Spring just around the corner, now is the perfect time to start thinking about some home interior projects. We've put together our favourite four styles to give you some ideas and a little inspiration.
Bringing a Neutral style into your home creates a feeling of cool and calm, ideal for a relaxing area that allows you to recharge those batteries.
The recent trend for white interiors has evolved into more neutral shades for 2015 and this style statement is a timeless classic.
As you can see on our Neutral Pinterest board, a neutral scheme doesn't have to be harsh or cold. By incorporating soft furnishings and a mixture of pale shades, you can create depth and a cosy, homely feel.
Our Fusion style is all about combining contrasting materials to create a unique style statement. By fusing together natural elements such as wood and stone, or exposed brick and marble you can create a truly individual look that will last for years to come.
Taking some inspiration from our Fusion Pinterest board, this style can create an on-trend industrial look which is fantastic for kitchens and open living areas.
Mixing metallics into your scheme can also work really well to create an eclectic mix of elements with a touch of colour. Copper is a good one to start with; the rich colour palette is a mix of burnished metals and cool steels which work well with almost any material.
Creating a style based around Patterns in your home is a great way to add a splash of colour and bring a room to life. Influenced by recent trends seen in fashion, patchwork and patterned tiles continue to be a key trend in surface design.
Patterns don't necessarily have to mean bold colour however, take a look at our Pattern Pinterest board to find some inspiration from patterns made from pale shades and soft tones. Here you'll also find plenty of colours and geometric shapes for those of you who want to make a real style statement!
Focusing on bringing a touch of old in with the new, our Reinvention style mixes classic shapes and retro colours for a truly contemporary twist on traditional.
This style is all about mixing colour palettes to create a retro vibe, think pale pastel shades or bright and bold primary colours. Using brick shaped tiles or wooden flooring laid in a herringbone pattern also works well to create a classic look with a touch of modern style.