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6 Spring Homeware Trends You Need to Know About
Spring has sprung and as we all come out of hibernation, it's time to bring our interiors into the new season. While there may be some old faithful homeware trends sticking around into 2019, they've taken on a new lease of life to give a more contemporary feel to your space. From mid-century classics to shiny metals, these are the top six interior trends you can expect to sweep onto your Instagram feeds and Pinterest boards this year, and you can find them all at Westfield London's Home Quarter. Whether it's clean lines and sleek aesthetics at West Elm or traditional bright and breezy prints at DFS, there's something for everyone.
Ditzy blooms and dainty petals may not be a groundbreaking concept for spring but the traditional garden theme is a failsafe win. From abstracted to straight-up chintz, this seasons florals are a happy mix of modern and classic making it the print to have on your walls and furniture this season.
Floral Vase, £159 BoConcept
Penelope Four-Seater Sofa, £649 DFS
With a strong focus on sustainability right now, there's a less-is-more approach to interior styling this spring. Being purposeful with purchases and embracing earth-giving materials will be a trend that's here to stay – think wood floors, stone tables and clay tiles to bring the outside in.
ORFEO Coffee Table, £2960 Natuzzi ITALIA
Eden Oak & Leather Kingsize Bed, £1499 Heal's
While feminine hues are big news for spring/summer, bold and rich colours are also holding their own this season. Eye-popping magentas, sunny yellow's and emerald greens are making their way into soft furnishings for a sumptuous luxe feel.
Handmade Cushions, £59 each Raft Furniture
Sapphire Carlo Mid-Century Chair, £509 West Elm
Say goodbye to the much-coveted rose gold and hello to brass, gold and nickel. Combining no more than three metal accents throughout a room is a timeless way to add definition to an environment seamlessly. Paired with the aforementioned natural materials for a fresh, high-shine appeal.
Perie 2 Headed Brass Metal Table Lamp, £65 Habitat
Copper Basic Mirror, £449 Heal's
Boho is back, but not as you know it. With curved lines, a vintage twist and a modern edge, it's cleaner, brighter and less kitsch. Try layering a few patterned fabrics and incorporating softer lines rather than going all-out vintage this season.
Natural Rattan Lanterns, from £59 West Elm
Bamboo Ceiling Light, £45 Habitat
Contour Elite Mattress (double), £2,399 TEMPUR®
Berber Hand-Woven Wool Rug, £120 Habitat