Say goodbye to brights and say hello to a new moody colour palette for the (northern) autumn/winter 2015 season. It’s a look that Danish lifestyle brand Bloomingville is showcasing in their latest catalogue, with loads of dusty pastels and rich, dark hues.
Green – in both muted and rich tones – makes a strong statement throughout the collection, and the ever-popular indigo has made way for deep navy, sky and powder blues. The palette is rounded out by dusty pastels, particularly pink and lilac, tones of grey and complemented by luxe metallics. Marble remains a key finish, but the soft white and grey Carrara look is replaced by marble tones in charcoal and deep jade.
’70s-style rustic ceramics, copper and cane, are combined with another ’70s staple – and our tip for the next big interiors trend – cork. Bloomingville’s new range of vessels beautifully juxtaposes cork with matt ceramics in rich colours and glossy metallics. Plain and printed cork placemats complete the look.
Key to this collection is a considered contrast of materials and textures, which is evident in all aspects of the range, including homewares, textiles and furniture.
Soft grey, dirty pink and cream carry over from the Nordic summer, but they seamlessly transition into the cooler months with loads of layering and texture.
Tell us: what do you think of our cork trend forecast? How will you work cork into your home?