1. Don't neglect those royal blues
First things first, you need to invest in a little (or a lot!) of blue to get your Turkish look off the ground. This lavish royal blue headboard acts as a centre feature and comforting backdrop to a fairytale bed of sea-like layers of teal and pastel blues. The dreamy mix of shades adds even more depth to this spacious bedroom.
2. Experiment with shapes
Interesting shapes are sure to catch your guests' Turkish eyes, so don't be afraid to invest in out-there products. Small touches like this structural vase add character to practical spaces, making every inch of your home a style haven. And best of all - there's no need for pricey bouquets!
3. Relax in low-level luxury
And no, that doesn't mean low quality! This corner sofa brings luxe to a whole new level (literally!), adding interesting shape and structure to this stylish living room. The layered carpets and cloud-like floor cushion keep the room's focus low, making it so snug you'll never want to stand again.
4. Don't be afraid of clashing geometrics
With this killer combination of parquet-patterned tables and boldly lined rugs, you'll be dizzy for days. These clashing patterns have maximum impact, bringing a modern twist to this traditionally Turkish living room.
5. Invest in luxurious fabric
From the floor length curtains to the mosaic-patterned rug, and back to those plush velvet chairs, this room is a haven of opulent comfort. No matter how on-trend your home is, without rich fabrics to compliment it you’ll never feel the true effect of that Turkish interior delight.
6. Track down quirky treasures
The infamous Turkish eye is cleverly integrated into this playful mirror, not only displaying your stylish reflection, but also looking right back at you. Resting delicately on this elegant iron console, the mirror is just one of many treasures against a runner backdrop that makes you feel as if you could walk straight into heaven.
7. Pay attention to detail
In order to invest in the trend down to a T, you have to remember the details. These brass-rimmed glasses are the perfect thing to maintain your style even down to the smallest touch. The splash of gold compliments the Turkish blue-and-white scheme, adding an edgy touch to these sweet tumblers. We'll take a hot glass of apple tea please!
8. Aim for ultimate comfort
This peek-a-boo wooden screen creates a snug hideaway so cosy you won't want anyone to find you. Layers and layers of magic carpets add texture and colour to this otherwise minimalist room, while the bold hanging lights make a jaw-dropping feature.
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Tamara was Ideal Home's Digital Editor before joining the Woman & Home team in 2022. She has spent the last 15 years working with the style teams at Country Homes & Interiors and Ideal Home, both now at Future PLC. It’s with these award wining interiors teams that she's honed her skills and passion for shopping, styling and writing. Tamara is always ahead of the curve when it comes to interiors trends – and is great at seeking out designer dupes on the high street.
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