1. Going Global
Thanks to its crisp white walls in a chalky finish, beaten leather and roughed-up wood, this scheme is full of texture and character. A series of leaf-print and geometric cushions add a softer feel, while an ikat rug cements this room’s global style.
Rug and accessories, all H&M
2. Into The Wild
Bring a bit of the animal kingdom into your bathroom with accessories in fun animal prints. Mix and match a range of patterns by sticking to strict colour palette; here, a monochrome zebra motif provides the perfect starting point.
Rug and accessories, all George
3. Take A Seat
Bring a touch of Mayan flair to a traditional chair with this hand-dyed fabric. Like your furniture to have a bit of a story? The company work hand-in-hand with a weaving co-operative in Guatemala, so the fabric is as authentic as it is ethical.
Chair upholstered in Catarina ikat fabric, £55 per m, A Rum Fellow
4. Prints Charming
Add interest to a pre-weathered sofa with a range of printed cushions. Seat big block prints next to intricate patterns for an informal feel, and mix wood and leather furniture to give the scheme depth and texture.
5. Bolt From The Blue
Choose an ikat print rug for an instant global feel, then tie it into your scheme by going bold with a statement hue. Add an industrial edge with mismatched chairs and stools, then keep the dining room relaxed with an array of crockery in pops of tonal colour.
Modasa rug, from £60, John Lewis
6. Arabian Nights
Bring warmth and life into a global-inspired bedroom with notes of Moroccan reds and oranges – why not frame a few fabrics for a quick and easy piece of art? Toughen it up with leather accessories, hints of steel and cool, metal studs for a bit of traditional detailing.
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