Style Studio’s new range of curtains and roman blinds are a celebration of pattern and offer a kaleidoscope of colours, which have been hand-picked to deliver the on-trend looks for 2016 and beyond.
From citrus shades to blue hues, the rainbow array of vibrant fabrics will provide a burst of brightness in homes throughout the coming seasons.
Citrus shades are a key trend for 2016; zesty tangerine, lime and blood orange accent fabrics will freshen up rooms and quench colour cravings.
Style tip: “Don’t be afraid to mix and match different colours and patterns in citrus shades to brighten a neutral living space, as long as they are the same tones you can’t go far wrong.” Lorna McAleer, Style Studio.
It’s Timeless…it’s the ‘Real Teal’
Teal offers a great deal for the home – it’s timeless and according to colour experts, ‘those who choose blues are often considered confident and dependable.’ Style Studio’s bright and beautiful teal-based colour ways and patterns are guaranteed to leave homeowners far from feeling blue.
Try teal, turquoise and lively cobalt blues with crosshatch and nirvana patterns, or choose Sherwood, which has a gorgeous shiny stitched vine detail.
Style tip: ‘Mixing blue stripes, plains and patterns can help being a grey background to life.” Lorna McAleer, Style Studio.
Or opt for darker, rich royal blues for a more subtle and sophisticated look. The blue and white trend of 2015 is set to continue long into 2016, so it’s a great colour scheme to invest in.
Don’t be a Plain Jane – Contrast designs and patterns
Combining roman blinds and curtains in the same window, in different patterned fabrics of the same tone, is a big look for UK homes; and it’s a sure fire way to make a window the focal point of a room. Try Style Studio’s show-stopping patterns in bold blackcurrent and luscious berry shades and follow the look through by adding scatter cushions in more patterns and plain fbrics of the same colour group.
Tried & Tested Texture
Texture is often an interior designer’s favourite tool to inject depth and interest into a room’s décor.
Add texture at windows with crushed velvet or tartan – the light effects on these rich, sumptuous fabrics deliver an eye-catching look to draw the eye to wonderful windows.
For a more feminine take on colour, choose florals but opt for red hot shades to deliver impact and interest.
Grey is by far one of the most versatile colours, which is why it’s a mainstay in many UK homes and a look that designers love to continue to experiment with year on year.
Style tip: “Grey can be used as both a calming backdrop for a room or applied to make a dramatic statement when darker shades are used. Keeping your palette in tones of grey means you can afford to be more experimental with pattern and texture.” Lorna McAleer, Style Studio.