Velvet's plush texture will add a touch of luxury to your interiors. It's currently the leading go-to fabric for sofas and chairs, used in rich jewel tones such as midnight blue and kale green.
Unique and stylish, green marble is the new 'it' material for objects and surfaces.
Circular light fittings are bringing a vintage feel to interiors. Hanging a statement pendant light above your dining room table will help to define the area within a larger open-plan space.
Far from just providing lighting, lamps are becoming works of art (read: sculpture/ornament meets functional object). Quirky shapes and dusty hues are a prominent trend.
Terazzo - coloured stone set in cement - is the latest pattern for all surfaces (from walls and fabrics to floors and stationary).
Almost every designer is experimenting with plant pots and accessories, which is fitting considering Pantone's colour of the year is 'Greenery'.
Faceted shapes and bold jewel tones add a sense of luxury to interiors.
Texture is essential for adding warmth, interest and character to a decor scheme. So it's no wonder rattan furniture - for indoors and out - is having a moment.