Adore country style and want to try one of the new decorating trends? We’ve compiled six of our favourite new looks to inspire your next country decorating scheme.
Go for a mix of high street and investment buys to create a new look and find a theme that will suit each room in the house.
Want to give a living room a new lease of life? Try the global village look. We love this mix of large-scale pattern and geometrics on soft furnishings alongside woven pieces, such as smart cube storage. This is a warm and inviting look that’s perfect for a cosy living room, or adding vibrancy to a study.
Create a light-filled space with an autumnal take on the Scandi look. Paint walls in off-white or a soft grey and add velvet, brushed cotton and linen accessories, with pieces such as colourful purple tableware for a dining room or charcoal grey cushions.
Another fresh look to try is casual graphics there’s a beautiful selection of prints out there at the moment in cheerful patterns. Try using these zesty prints for colourful Roman blinds in the kitchen, or seat pads in the dining room.
The Patchwork and Folk Art trends are easy new looks to achieve. Think gingham fabrics for curtains, patchwork soft furnishings and patterned carpets that will create a lovely homespun feel. And for the folk-art look, choose pieces with folk-inspired patterns and appliquéd soft furnishings such as cushions and quilts. Mix and match patterns and dont be afraid of a little colour clash!
This tribal and ethnic trend features weaving and basketry and a mix of terracotta and deep chocolate shades. Ideal for living rooms and hallways, this look is completed with woven fabrics, large-scale patterns and soft geometrics.
Click into our Global Village decorating trend gallery
This beautiful and streamlined trend is quietly elegant and clutter free, opening up the home to all available light. Perfect for dining rooms and bedrooms, choose key pieces of simply styled furniture and inject warmth with tactile velvets, brushed cottons and worn linen.
Click into our Norwegian Lines decorating trend gallery for how to get the look and which new products to buy.
The re-emergence of ‘nostalgic’ designs is ultra cheerful and cheap to produce. Great in the kitchen, this look brings fun and pattern into a room. Choose good-value printed fabrics, team with retro furniture and add patterned crockery on open shelves.
Click into our Casual Graphics decorating trend gallery for how to get the look and which new products to buy.
This homespun revival trend features cottage craft patchwork to create lived-in, authentic and honest country-style rooms. This look is completed with multicoloured throws and soft furnishings, gingham curtains and patterned carpets against a simple decor.
Click into our Patchwork decorating trend gallery for how to get the look and which new products to buy.
This pretty trend is inspired by the flora and fauna-based textile designs of William Morris. The most iconic style statement of this look is a patterned wall. Ideal for a home office or hallway, this look is created with traditional fabrics and an eclectic mix of furniture.
Click into our Modern Morris decorating trend gallery for how to get the look and which new products to buy.
This trend features embellishment on fabrics and furniture, inspired by folk art patterns. Look for inlaid and carved furniture and upholstery with appliqued designs. Mix and match patterns, but try and stick to one colour group, for example ‘brights’ such as clashing pinks and reds.
Click into our Gypsy Life decorating trend gallery for how to get the look and which new products to buy.