Spring is a celebration of new life and with the UK on the path to opening back up again in the summer, it certainly feels very hopeful too. So if this new sense of joy has inspired a spring refresh for your home, then you’re in the right place! From a quick change up of your bed linen or accessories to a complete overhaul, you’re sure to find inspo with our favourite interior trends for spring.
A romantic take on your gran’s country house, cottagecore came to the fore on Instagram during 2020 and isn’t slowing down. It’s almost a cultural movement, embracing a simpler life and a return to traditional crafts such as baking and pottery. With many people having to stay at home for the past year, passing the time with hobbies and exercising outdoors, it’s little wonder why this trend might have piqued.
Start with bringing nature in. Fresh cut flowers from the garden in jam jars or milk bottles, pinecones from your local woodland walks, or sea-glass from favourite beach are all perfect for giving you that slow-lifestyle feel.
For furniture, our Chateauneuf collection is perfect. With natural finishes and reclaimed wood, it fits perfectly in with the cottagecore ethos of sustainability and a handmade feel.
Read our blog post on flowers and plants in the home and benefits they bring.
A trend that has been all over TikTok and Instagram, painted arches is such a gorgeous feature that we can’t get enough of. The perfect way to frame furniture without a big investment. And if you don’t like it? Just paint over it!
With a bright and beachy feel, rattan furniture makes you feel on holiday without ever having to leave your home (something most of us are familiar with now!). It also allows the flow of light across the room because of the structure of the open latticework. Effortlessly cool, you can make an exotic statement with a rattan bed paired with a palm print bed linen set like this one or add it in subtly with a rattan accent chair.
If repeats of Bridgerton and all things period drama have got you through this latest lockdown, then this may be the trend for you. The regal godmother of cottagecore, regencycore is all about opulence and sophistication galore in that Regency era style.
Get the look with drapery, ornate gilded mirrors, hand-carved wooden furniture and classic chandeliers. For an elegant take, go for pale Wedgwood-esque blues and pale greens paired with champagne gold. If you’d prefer a modern twist on regencycore, use brighter colours and hang post-modern artwork, like the Whatever Printed Canvas or Our Slashed Sovereign Wall Portrait.
Read our in depth look at the Bridgerton and Featherington interior styles.
A style that has been around for a few years, maximalism is bold self-expression through colour, pattern, and an abundance of accessories. From printed wallpaper and gallery walls to an excess of houseplants and soft furnishings, there’s no such thing as too much in maximalism, which is one of the reasons we love it!