2016 Interior Design Colour Trend- Berry
Berry makes a strong colour statement in any space. It can be used in contrast to brighten neutrals and paired with a spectrum of soft shades to great effect. In an industrial conversion, characterised by exposed brickwork, concrete or wooden beams, berry brings a warm and striking injection of colour. Used in the right way, it can transform any home into a welcoming abode. But, as with all aspects of interior design, it’s the details that count. And it’s no different where colour is concerned. If you’re feeling apprehensive about adding rich colour, try starting on a smaller scale and building from there.
Berry has connotations of richness and luxury, that are exemplified perfectly in this gorgeous vintage seating from Original House. Featuring velvet upholstery and a natural patina on the legs, these 1950s Italian Cocktail Chairs will make a unique addition to your home and are an easy way to channel this colour trend.
1950’s Italian Cocktail Chairs, £850, Original House
The easiest way to add colour to a space is on the walls. But you needn’t repaint them. Why not just add colourful decorative details? This Betty Tweed Clock by designer Andy Murray combines a walnut frame with a beautiful textured tweed face.
Betty Tweed Clock, £65, Andy Murray Design
Create elegant lighting using a berry coloured fabric cable finished with a gold fixture. Nook London have the ideal offering.
Nostalgia Lights Fabric Cable, £4.45, Nook London
Worn paint is always a favourite when it comes to vintage decor. It denotes heritage and adds charm. The well worn appearance of this teak chest from Scaramanga will bring traditional character to your space, will also adding a splash of colour.
Vintage Teak Chest, £85, Scaramanga
Global colour authority Pantone partnered with design brand Seletti on a range of colour pantone colour storage boxes. They’re a cool and quirky way to add colour to even a small space or surface, such as your desk or bedside table.
Pantone Metal Storage Box, £23, Seletti
And don’t forget to take a look at our carefully curated Colourful Pinterest board!
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