New Season Design Highlights & Trend Forecast

MARCH 16, 2023

What is new this Spring in Interiors?

After an inspiring visit to The Design Centre for Spring Design Week, Jo & Lea-Anne wanted to share thoughts on what's hot this season and mentions of some fab new designers and collections to look out for!

Sanderson Aboretum Collection SS/23

Fifty Shades of Green, a dusting of Pink & a splash of Coral

The new season has arrived and we are all Fifty shades of....GREEN GREEN GREEN.

From the palest first buds to the edge of petrol teal and everything in between, But there is a stand out winner amongst the crowd - Pistachio! This spring the shade was seen everywhere. It hits the perfect middle ground note and has a sweet retro vibe as well. This shade has been seen to work beautifully with pale pinks and a splash of vibrant; ice cream coral

Our fave Pistashio greens. Josephine Munsey’s Meadow, Josephine Munsey’s Trixie, Edward Bulmer’s Evie, Edward Bulmer’s Pea Green, Little Greene’s Garden 86, Farrow & Ball’s Yeabridge Green

@griffithblytheinteriors Farrow & Ball Yeabridge Green

Sanderson Aboretum Collection SS/23

We ventured out of the shire and back into London to visit the Mothership of Interior design - Chelsea Harbour for design week. Always inspirational, we were overwhelmed with new ideas and fresh products. Just when you think you've seen everything sometimes you are literally stopped in your tracks. This was the case when we chatted with Charlotte Gaunt of 'Rediscovered by' her gorgeous wallpapers and fabrics are created using historical techniques including flocking, foiling, silk painting and traditional weaving. Her collections are influenced by the natural world from the smallest insects to vast forests of Oak. She had us at 'Sweet Pea' We hope to be working with Charlotte in the future so keep your eyes peeled.

Rediscovered By - Wildflower Wallpaper

Fashion meets Interiors

The world of Temperley London x Romo, a partnership that tells the story of how two curators from the world of fashion & interiors have come together to create a dreamlike collection of fabrics, wallcoverings, trimmings and cushions.

We also had a fab mooch about the Romo Showroom. AS you know we LOVE a disco ball and dream of wafting about in kimonos all day, so they struggled to get rid of us once we discovered the Romo Fabrics Temperley London collaboration. Here, once again Pistachio was the keynote paired with pinks; Chinoiserie inspired prints, anchored with Leopard. Yep, leopard. As if we needed a reason for more of that in our lives. Bring it on! This look is classicly glamourous and exotic. Like a Saturday night out in your living room, or bedroom, or bathroom...We just cannot get enough.

Temperley London x Romo Collaboration SSS23 Collection. 70s Rock Chic!

We have a great option for this vibe from our friend Carrie Brightly at Her Bubastis Wallpaper in blush pink brings together all the elements. We have a great range of her accessories in stock now and are introducing her wallpapers and fabrics throughout the next few weeks. Carrie, an interiors print protégé with ten year’s experience designing for the iconic Liberty London and super trendy print house, House of Hackney, has recently joined our Yard Friends and has come on board with her collections. With an equal love of fashion and interior design, it felt only natural to combine her two passions and develop this fresh and exciting brand. You'll see Carrie's designs popping up in our Rose & Thorn collections as well as New Romantics, amongst others.

Wear The Walls - Bubastis Wallpaper in Blush-Pink

Meeting new friends as well as established ones, we ventured to our Yard favourite MIND THE GAP  showroom for the preview of the 'Tales of Maghreb' designer wallpaper collection. Mind the Gap seem to beat their own drummer, always standing out from the crowd and pushing entirely new ideas and themes forward. Stepping into their showroom is like entering another world entirely - a world built around colour, fantasy, murals and history. The storytellers being the artisans and illustrators - a few of whom we had the pleasure of meeting. This new collection features exotic gardens, florals and festivities as well as complimentary Berber stripes and Arabian tiles -once again we are transported. And a big bonus - the founders Victor Serban and Stefan Ormenisan treated us to a bottle of their very own vineyard red wine. I mean, we were already sold but hey, THANKS!

This session was made all the more interesting by the presenter - award winning journalist and writer Kate Watson-Smyth who spoke about Mind The Gap's brand origins and history. We've long admired Kate for her practical ideas and tips, design hacks and sheer style and confidence. It was a pleasure meeting her and chatting about her next projects and passions and telling her more about us. Well, when you get the chance to toot your own horn you gotta do it!


Written by
Lea-Anne Falandyz

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