Global Earth Trend - Our Pick of the Best

Love the latest Global Earth interiors trend? From distressed leather to earthy tones on washed linens, celebrate the new season decorating trend with our pick of the best products to recreate the Global Earth look in your home.

With its roots firmly in the earth - with rich tones, rugged textures and natural pigments - embrace the authentic handcrafted style of Global Earth, the hottest new interiors trend of the season. Channel your love of naturally sourced items such as hand-thrown ceramics, carved wood, hand-dyed textiles and distressed leather. Awash with vibrant colours, from the warm orange and terracotta of soft clay to the striking aquamarine hues of the sea, Global Earth is a celebration of natural beauty. A great look for modern interiors and perfect for family homes where the personality and character of individual items can really shine through.

1. Haymarket Marble Matt Emulsion by Mylands of London

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An emulsioned living room wall with a brown sofa and chair

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Wipeable and very high opacity emulsion, the perfect choice for interior and exterior walls and ceilings. 2.5L.

£42, Designer Paint

2. Terracotta Large Jug by Sue Pryke

Terracotta Large Jug by Sue Pryke

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Create a charming rustic setting with this terracotta jug from Sue Pryke. Crafted from English terracotta it is glazed inside with a smooth unglazed exterior. Slipcast in a small rural factory in Nottinghamshire. H19 D12cm.

£55, Amara

3. Kilim Rug

Marks and Spencer Killim Rug

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Complement your home with this vibrant eastern-inspired rug. Stylish, soft and eye-catching, the distinctive disign has a navajo influence that reflects the lastest trend for all things global. Made from a mixture of wool, cotton and viscose. L170 x W120cm.

£120, Marks and Spencer

4. Java Wallpaper by Sanderson

Java Wallpaper by Sanderson

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Reminiscent of tie die ikat with a woven fabric effect back and a pretty small scale symmetrical motif, this wallpaper is bang on trend. Available in a range of shades, the striking orange colourway features pink detail and a linen beige background. 

5. Leather Sling Back Chair

French connection brown leather slingback chair

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This relaxed sling back armchair features relaxed leather which has a distinctive, aged feel. The sturdy mango wood frame gives the chair an antique look, while the stitch detail on the soft leather seat adds plenty of character. Make sure you wax regularly to keep the leather in good condition. 

6. Dreamweave Lantern in Bronze

Dreamwave Morroccan style lantern in bronze

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This stunning Morroccan style lantern will add an exotic feel to your home. With its delicate punched metal framework painted in glamorous bronze, this lantern is actually a table lamp. The intricate and authentic pattern is cast onto walls when illuminated, creating a sense of drama and romance by night. 

7. Mariner Coffee Table With Shelf

Mariner Coffee Table With Shelf in brown

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This unique coffee table is predominantly crafted from reclaimed boat wood with thick aged iron legs. The paint flecks, wood cracks and small holes all add to the character of this charming coffee table which gives a nod to the explorers who had a part in creating it. L100 x W50 x D40 cm.

£510, Not on the High Street 

8. Flower Paperpot Set by Love, Ana

Flower Paperpot Set by Love, Ana with plants on a table

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Think outside the pot when it comes to displaying your plants. This paper flowerpot set features three different sized paper pots which can be used for your favorite flowers and herbs, or for storing fruits and vegetables.

9. Happy Sofa in Burnt Orange

Happy Sofa in Burnt Orange

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This striking burnt orange sofa has a relaxed, yet sophisticated shape. The button back adds interest and a touch of glamour, while the blasted oak legs lends a modern feel. Made from a solid beech frame with feather-wrapped foam seat cushions, this sofa is the ultimate in comfort. L145 x H76 x D99cm.

10. Volcano Multi-coloured Reactive Glaze Ceramic Vase

Volcano Multi-coloured Reactive Glaze Ceramic Vase

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Inspired by 1970s designs, the Volcano tall multi-coloured reactive glaze vase juxtaposes rough and smooth, bright and mono for maximum visual and textural effect. The vase's distinctive finish is created by metal oxides reacting to high temperatures in the kiln, creating a unique finish which perfectly captures this season's Global Earth trend.

11. Omdurman/Ocoee Beanbag Pouf from Missoni Home

Omdurman/Ocoee Beanbag Pouf from Missoni Home

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Make a stylish statement in your living area with this multi-coloured pouf by Missoni Home. It features Omdurman fabric with a striking floral design perfect for capturing the global trend that is set to be big this season. D85 x H35cm. <br><br>

£526, Amara

12. Orange Hand Painted Tapestry Bowl

Orange Hand Painted Tapestry Bowl

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Add a pop of colour into your home with this exotic tapestry bowl. The intricately hand-painted floral pattern channels the global trend - hugely popular this season. Made from stoneware and available in a range of colours, this vibrant bowl will brighten up any room.

13. Eco Linen Table Cloth in Petrol Blue

Eco Linen Table Cloth in Petrol Blue

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This Scandinavian designed fine table cloth in a soft, eco-friendly linen, featuring a self-coloured trim is perfect for creating a stunning table setting. 160 by 200cm.

14. Colour Field Throw

Ultra cosy Mohair and wool mixed throw.

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Snuggle up with this ultra cosy Mohair and wool mixed throw. The Design features uneven, hazy blocks of colour - inspired by Rothko. 130 by 150cm. 



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.