The living room is arguably one of the most important spaces in our homes. It’s a place where we relax, catch up with friends, and binge-watch our favourite Netflix shows. So it’s more important than ever that we make it as tranquil as possible, particularly as we’re spending so much time there at the moment.
However, it’s easy to become uninspired and find it cluttered with things that don’t really fit, and you might be thinking about having a refresh to start 2021 off right. We don’t blame you.
Of course, everyone has their own individual tastes, but what will be trending next year?
Minimalism has slowly been resurfacing for some time now, and there’s no doubt it’s going to carry on for the foreseeable future. Many people are ditching their bright and bold colour palettes in favour of neutral tones and cosy textures that are very Scandi-inspired.
Bold, industrial styles of lighting, as well as abstract art prints are making a resurgence as a replacement for those loud colours that are now missing from our rooms. Also expect textured furnishings and boho cushions to finish. However, we will see a lot of navy and sapphire blues as the year goes on and we head into Winter and seek something more cosy – so don’t throw those old cushions out yet!
All of the above are a byproduct of the Scandi trend ‘hygge’, which is essentially the feeling of being super warm, cosy and content – three things we absolutely want to feel when sitting down at the end of a long day.
But of course, that’s not the only option, and social media is a hub for gathering ideas and inspiration for your home, so we’ve picked out some of our favourites to suit every style…
Large White Natural Reed Dried Bouquet
Pampass grass is the perfect low maintenance plant, especially if you’re someone who forgets to water your green babies.
This luxe sideboard is a great storage solution, and works perfectly for anyone seeking a Scandi lifestyle with its woody tones and metal finishes.
Sweep Arc Overreach Floor Lamp, Matt Black with Copper
Like the one you see on your favourite influencer’s feed? Now you can grab a slice of it for yourself.
Boucle Stripe Natural Tape Top Single Voile Panel
Inexpensive and super chic, these voile curtains will make you feel like you’re waking up in Paris. Watch your back, Emily in Paris.
Abstract Lines and Shapes No1 Poster
Incorporating a one-line print into your living room is enough to fool anyone that you’re a total art expert.
Primrose scallop chair
There’s no better place to curl up with your favourite book under a blanket.
Lomond industrial coffee table
This coffee table not only looks good and does what it says on the tin, it also has storage space inside the top, so you can keep it mess-free.
Left Hand Facing Chaise End Sofa, Whitewash Boucle
This eye-catching sofa shape means you can put it in a more central position rather than against a wall.
Tufted Caro Rug
If you’re not a fan of traditional furnishings, there are plenty of modern takes on the Persian rug that look effortlessly stylish.
Wood And Rattan Shelf
You could even throw out your old canvas and replace it with a more statement floating shelf. How cute does this one look?
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