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Well, this SS16 why not work this season’s on-trend colours and styles into your home to create interiors fit for the super chic fashion elite. Inspired by the latest catwalk styles, we reveal the three need-to-know transformational trends to designed to keep your home bang on trend…
As seen on Peter Pilotto, Burberry and Preen’s SS16 runway collection at London Fashion Week.
To set the tone this spring/summer, the proof is in the pastels. Reflecting Pantone’s Colour of the Year 2016, through the blending of two shades — Rose Quartz and Serenity — rooms receive a mindful balance of a warming embrace and tranquility.
GET THE LOOK: China Rose and Powder Blue Chalky Finish Furniture Paints are the perfect pastels to achieve the 2016 look. Easily transform a furniture staple to give humble abodes a calming aesthetic.
As seen in Phillip Lim, Jenny Packham and Kate Spade presentations in New York
Meadow prints and delicate florals made a comeback for another season giving us a good excuse to bring the outdoors, in. What better way to ward off the winter blues?
GET THE LOOK: Renew the floral formula and give shrubs a shrine to be proud of. Take out the seat base of an old dining chair and give the frame a new look with a few coats of Painter’s Touch.
As seen in Prada and Ferragamo SS16 collections at Milan Fashion Week.
Bold stripes lined up on this season’s catwalks so recreate an optical illusion to flatter tired shapes. For the adventurous artists, go all out with a geometric pattern, but a simple nod to the trend will also do the trick.
GET THE LOOK: Set straight lines against clean backdrops to revive previously dull rooms. Armed with masking tape and Rust-Oleum’s Universal Spray Paint, overhaul the old with the new.
So there you have it, three easy ways to update your home and all just a weekend project away.