To celebrate the launch of the redesigned Sunway website, we teamed up with experienced trend forecaster Bree Leech to create a stunning visual story of some emerging interior design trends using window covering fabrics selected from our new season launch.
The popularity of eclectic, personalised interiors and boho style are influencing the Natural trend. Texture, whites and neutrals are important features and colours in blinds for this style. Warm shades of earthy colour are introduced through bedding, cushions and decor accents. Plant life and hand crafted elements bring spaces to life and help to inspire a feeling of relaxed living while eclectic layers create spaces filled with interest and character. Furniture and architectural details from different time periods are mixed, resulting in a timeless interior that is full of warmth.
Room styled with Blockout Roller Blinds using the Portia fabric range in Organic.
There is a growing confidence in home owners and decorating with colour resulting in their experimentation with deep colour in their living spaces and bedrooms. Often a variation of grey or charcoal, these deep hues create ‘mood’ in their home. Roller blinds in darker shades accommodate when you would like to either continue the mood of your space or create interest through contrast with deep colour on your blinds that tie back to darker feature walls or joinery in the home.
The look can still be casual with the use of materials such as timber and textured layers through rugs and soft furnishings or homeowners can create the perfect backdrop for a luxury interior.
Room styled with Blockout Roller Blinds using the Laguna fabric range in Armour.
The new take on Scandinavian style incorporates an Eastern influence drawn mostly from Japanese design, showcasing simple detail and minimalist style. Colour palettes are neutral but incorporate elements of warmth with the resurgence of beige in textiles, echoing tones of timber and soft buttery leathers. Hints of Japanese style are seen in screens, botanicals, lighting and clean architectural lines. Folds in fabrics and surfaces mimic those of origami and create a delicate texture.
Other colours in the trend are sage greens, cool greys, indigo, tan and olive hues. Black details ground the light colour palette which still features the signature blonde timber of the scandi trend.
Room styled with Cellular Roller Blinds using the Brushstroke fabric range in Aged Brass.
Interested in sourcing some of the items featured throughout our images? See below for details.
Natural Harmony Trend Images:
- Chairs, cushions and ladder from Globe West
Modern East Trend Images:
- Tan and Timber Chair from Voyager Interiors
- Bedlinen from Cultiver Goods
- Timber Tray from Globe West