Autumn/Winter 2016 saw a preponderance of neutral nudes and blush pinks on the catwalks, from Valentino’s crystal chiffon and Bottega Veneta’s sheer shift dress, to Chloe’s romantic ruffled creations. Evoking both our “Cosmic” & “Time Out” Key Trends for 2017, this feminine tone is equally at home in the glamorous boudoir or the laid back living room.
Our interior style tends to follow our fashion choices. The rise of a neutral colour base using white, cool grey and “Time Out’s Greige” in our homes, invites us to go nude and layer in blush tones adding warmth and a sense of cosy calm. Tactile velvets mix with sleek satins for a soft relaxed style.
Let’s start in the bedroom where once again our Kylie at Home bed linen is right on trend with the gorgeous Celeste in soft shell satin, which could have walked straight off the catwalk and onto your bed. Add the appropriately titled Fresco Nude Rug, the pretty Hatton Table Lamp and our Spry Persia Rose Candle Glass to create the perfect mood
Mixing with black is a great way to use these colours giving them a more grown-up, less girly vibe. Choose pieces in the finest velvets in soft blush tones like our Soho Occasional or Panther Dining chairs, the perfect foil for striking black lacquer furniture.
Even our walls will be influenced by fashion’s soft pleats and swirls in pastel tones, beautifully illustrated by this stunning Evolution 56318 wallpaper from Today Interiors, injecting glamour with an edge and grabbing your attention. Or go for the simple option and paint them in our favourite pale blushy shade – Blush Noisette 6 from Dulux.
Try adding metallic accents such as our Cannes Mirror, our striking Regal Rose Gold Cutlery or our beautiful Plisse Vase. Finish off with some tone-on-tone accessories like these cute Cube Storage Boxes. So spare your blushes and come to us for a little nudity in the best possible taste!
With thanks to Vogue