Interior Design Trends

If you’re coveting an iPhone in rose gold, then you already know pretty much all you need to know about design trends this year.

Yes, rose gold and copper colours are everywhere this season. So too are all the colours on the yellow/green frontier, and foliage prints are making a bold return.

The good news is that all these looks are easy to incorporate into an existing neutral scheme, thanks to widely available accessories, furniture and even feature wallpaper and fabrics.

Check out the hints and tips from expert Susan White, Managing Director of Phoenix Interior Design.

Frame pictures in copper or rose gold

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Copper along with rose metallic has become a strong favourite. More and more interior suppliers are offering decorative accessories in this opulent yet calm tone.

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Metallic to the max!

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Ever increasing in popularity, we are finding this metallic finish available in abundance. Now being offered in fabrics and wallcoverings – be prepared to embrace this beautiful trend wholeheartedly!

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Pair with soft shades

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Rose gold works well here paired with other soft shades, with copper as a feature colour. This is a great example of fabrics, wallcoverings and accessories working beautifully together to complete the look.

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A green scheme

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A living/dining area full of careful neutral shades of brown and grey is given a spring zing with an accent colour of olive green in both the living room and matching dining room chairs.

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Fruit and flowers

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A pear green on cushions and duvet combines effectively with the delicate florals of the monochrome wallpaper, blind and pillows.

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The chartreuse is out there!

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Chartreuse green (a sort of lime green) brings a citrus twist to this bedroom, backed up by a floral headboard and single wall of wallpaper. Note too the coal black bedside tables, and the white curtains which, extending to the floor, have a look of Greek pillars.

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