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Spring Design Trends

While the equinox has already passed, it finally feels like spring is starting to arrive, and with it comes a whole host of interior trends. Clear View take a look at some of the predicted trends of spring for this year.

Neutral colourways and warm pastels – neutral greys and warm pastel shades are working together this spring to bring a clean and simple aesthetic that leaves the quality of the furnishings and accessories to speak for themselves.

Quality and honesty – when picking furniture, accessories and fittings spring 2017 is crying out for quality and honesty over anything else. Like the above, let the quality of the item speak for itself and draw the attention.

Industrial heritage – industrial chic interior trends are still going strong with more and more reclaimed industrial accessories and fitting finding their way into people’ homes. These fixtures speak of a timeless quality, where functionality trumps aesthetics.

Geometric patterns – while too many of these can easily become overbearing a dash of bold geometric pattern can help add some personality to what could otherwise be an un-assuming room. Just be sure to pick your accessories carefully.

High Quality Accessories that can be used inside and out – with spring comes warmer weather, and alfresco dining. To maximise this, and your bi-folding or sliding doors, pick place ware that is robust enough to be used inside and outside the home so meal can easily be taken outside without fear of damage.

Brass and bronze – brass and bronze goods is still prevailing and when mixed in with neutral tones and industrial chic they can break up and add to a neutral room perfectly.

Marble – continuing the trend of less, but higher quality goods is an increasing use of materials like marble. Marble, or even faux marble, being used on a kitchen island is a wonderful way to add a touch of personality to an otherwise clinical space.

It seems that the prevailing interior trends this spring are less, but higher quality in the home. This is something that Clear View Doors and Windows can very much get on board with. All our windows and doors are subtly designed while we let the quality, and guarantees that back them up, speak for themselves.

To find out more about any of our range just call us on 0800 1357167.

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