Woodgrain & Grey
Playing perfectly together in juxtaposition for a look that can either be unified or individual, but always with a contemporary overtone.
Toasted honey tones are equally popular in residential and commercial spaces.
Creating this look is a matter of exquisite attention to detail and selecting the finest in contrasting textural surfaces. Fused with designer looks through well-balanced neutral schemes and tonal colour, the end result is pure sophistication.
Layering Woodgrain & Colour
A trend of the future inspired by the pairing of light and dark woodgrain, with solid block tones replacing for a more contemporary fusion of natural and manmade.
Smoked and washed hues sit on either end of the spectrum, the perfect blend for a harmonious interior with a natural feel. Variations on the theme include stone or solid shades, complimented by white or a natural wood tone. A style that makes a great canvas for pop accents of bold and bright colour.
Texture Trend's Tantalising Textures
Authenticity is the key in texture, with a tactile sense that invites us to feel and engage with the surface. Still dominant wood textures are now being joined by textile patterns, the softness juxtaposing well to solid and overtly artificial surfaces. Slotting in well to replace wood in a new aesthetic, this trend is here to stay.
Colour Trend's Black & White
The classic black and white is flip reversed and where once was white now resides black set in greytone or white surroundings and boosted with the occasional foray into acid colour.
Colour Trend's Contemporary Black
For a more contemporary look, just mix black with strong blocks of colours.
Colour Trend's Blue
Layer with shades of grey for an individual look that’s right on trend.
Colour Trend's Green
Green is finding new shades and new uses, exploring the variation of this most organic of colours.
Colour Trend's Yellow
Yellow is a fabulous way to add zest and zing to dominant buttery hues.
Colour Trend's Blue & Green
The meeting of ground and sky, these bold tones contrast well for a feel that’s colourful and uniquely natural.
Design Trend's Seemingly Translucent Pattern
A more sophisticated take on layering where translucent patterns combine to create new aesthetics, revealing detail through complex overlays.
To create this easy laidback style, pair raw unfinished textures inspired by nature with an eclectic mix of old and new. Upcycled, recycled, reused and reinvented are buzzwords, all with a neutral palette inspired by the natural intricacy of woodgrain textures and pure white.