The laid-back, non-conformist spirit of the 1970s is back in a big way. This retro wave is bringing round, playful shapes, wavy line patterns, coloured plastic, rattan and bold colour combinations back in style.
Leather, boiled wool, denim and velvet are also used to great effect. A great way to revisit this style? We're adopting re-editions of cult furniture such as the mushroom lamp and the Tam Tam stool.
Yes, the timeless checkerboard pattern is making a comeback! It's back to seduce us as a floor or wall covering, in its classic black and white version, but also in green and cream or terracotta and ivory. You can adopt this trend in luxury, by opting for natural stone, or on a budget, by buying entry-level ceramics.
Not ready for new tiles? You can incorporate this pattern into an accessory such as as throw or a rug.
With the effects of the pandemic still widely felt, the home remains a safe haven to hide away from the world. Everything has to revolve around comfort and the art of slowly savouring life's simple pleasures.
Say goodbye to chaos and disorder and turn your interiors into sanctuaries where cosy textures and nature-inspired colours take precedence.