I must say I am becoming a little bit home interior obsessed at the moment. There has been a flurry of new cushions and accessories turning up on a daily basis. So when I nipped in to London to see for the Next Autumn Winter 2017 Interiors Collection I knew I would get excited.
My only problem is time, I see all these little pockets in my home and think “hmm nice cushion there, new plant there” take a picture blog about it.
Being in London on most days I am acquiring these new pretty pieces but not actually finishing any project. So I am either expecting a flurry of finished blog posts soon or a very distressed husband that can not fight himself out of a mountain of cushions!
With that said I’m sure I have room for a few more?
Beyond Retro Collection
The mix in styles is quite exciting in the new Next Autumn Winter 2017 Interiors Collection, The clean lines of the Beyond Retro collection is band on trend. Bright colours, geometric prints and fun funky slogans.
With a slightly retro Nordic influence you can keep your home looking bright and trendy without spending a fortune. I love the statement pieces such as the 50s style chairs and bedside tables with scandal style legs.
I am think some of these beautiful jewelled colours pieces would look great in my teenage sons room which is in need of doing next.
The cultivate story
Creating a very Autumnal feel is the new country collection the cultivate story, I loved the traditional feel to some of the pieces with embroidered vegetables, pots and tea lights holders in veggie shapes. Great fun for the country cottage kitchen. I would love to add some of these to our home in France the deep palette colours of purple and green would work great.
This collection makes me want to jump out on to the allotment patch and plant some tomatoes. Then as the autumn rolls in get ready to make a homemade cottage pie.
The Hoxton Range
The Hoxton range brings a muted industrial feel, Think edgy, bare bulbs, worn leather and brushed metal.
The New York map linen was wonderful, greys and bieges work well with textures and different fabrics to leave a slightly unfinished feel.
I loved the range of vases with a real 70s retro homemade pottery ware feel, I paid a small fortune for some like this a while ago.
They are bright and instantly update any room with a splash of colour.
The country luxe range
The country luxe range has a luxurious feel, subtle shades of grey and mink and a splash of gold thrown in for good measure.
These pieces have an almost classical feel with traditional castors on the feet of armchairs and button back headboards.
The mix of the salvage collection and the country work well together too leading itself to a mix and match of eclectic pieces.
I am almost certain I will be choosing a few key pieces from the Next Autumn Winter 2017 Interiors Collection this year, deciding which though will be the hard thing.