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How to add all season Summer warmth to your Interior
As the nights start to draw in, and we say goodbye to the Summer season, it's time to get your home ready to take you though those cooler months.
Here are our top tips that will help add some visual warmth to your home interiors, this Autumn.
Give your fireplace a Summer vibe make-over.
A fireplace is all about creating a cosy atmosphere of warmth and contentment within your home and can be a wonderful addition to any interior. By simply changing the surround of an existing fireplace you can put a different accent on the colour palette of a room, bringing additional warm hues and making a big impact to any living space.
Bring some Summer splendour into your home, all year round, with the use of our beautiful floral murals.
By incorporating the ideas of biophilic design, which is all about bringing the outdoors into your interior space, you can enhance well-being and reduce stress within your home. These beautiful murals can help you do that - we have a number of different floral murals for you to choose from.
Cosy Home Office
Create a cosy home office.
So many of us have discovered the benefits of working from home over the passed few years. We can help you bring a little warmth and comfort into your work space that will inspire productivity and minimise household distractions. This bright office space is the perfect place to think and be creative. Here the warm tones of our Chloe Lozenge tile in Sand are fresh and unique and blend in well with the natural textures and wooden features.
Top 5 Trending Interior Design Styles
The Baked Tile Co. have design in its DNA, so recognising, understanding and celebrating new design styles is very important to us. Interior designers are more than excited at the moment with a plethora of design themes available to all home designers.
We have put together our Top 5 Interior Design Styles that we see are trending for the Spring and Summer of 2022.
It includes styles that are certainly turning heads and creating ripples amongst the world of interior design.
Maximalism is all about designing rooms full of colours, textures and patterns, building an environment that feels energetic yet still maintains a cosiness and familiarity that every home should enjoy.
Often considered a reaction against minimalism, with the idea that the minimal interior trend, that surrounded us for a number of years, created spaces that were sparse and uniform. Maximalist interior design is all about the idea that ‘more is better’ - a complete back lash to stark, sleek minimal interiors!
To live this trend you should embrace Scandinavian design principles by incorporating natural elements. Elements such as light and bright wood, nature-inspired sculptural pieces, house plants, and natural textiles and upholstery, such as wool, mohair, sheepskin, linen and jute.
Scandi is a style where texture is almost more important than pattern. It’s a setting where simple form, whether it be in the shape of an interesting, yet simple shaped tile, like the Chloe range in a Matt glaze, or a feature Mid-century arm chair, is combined with muted colour and soft natural texture to create a relaxing, uplifting interior.
This new design trend has evolved from a wish to create a feeling of wellness within our homes via interior schemes incorporating lots of natural light, sustainable products, natural finishes and of course lots of plants.
We all know how good the outdoors makes us feel, so by incorporating the uplifting qualities associated with natural light, greenery, pattern, featuring designs inspired by nature and natural products, we can all benefit from this characterful, holistic interior style.
Say hello to the rapidly emerging trend known as Japandi. A mix of the Scandi vibe décor, paired with the elegant Japanese style. These styles work seamlessly together, with their simple lines and minimalistic essence. When combined they create a serene understated interior style, stylish and uncluttered - there’s no wonder this is an emerging trend.
This beautiful décor style can easily be brought into your home with the use of simple timber and stone finishes, soft accents of matt white all punctuated by planting! Simple yet so effective.
A Moroccan interior design style can be exotic, elegant, luxurious and dramatic all in one go. Back in the sixties when hippies spent time in the country, the style first came to the UK and at that time was considered a very unconformist style. An opulent look, it is all about colours, fabrics, patterns and lots of freedom and flow between pieces.
Currently there is a move towards a more earthy Moroccan vibe with the use of traditional products such as Terracotta, Bejmat and Zellige tiles being used as a backdrop to rustic furniture and natural fabrics, punctuated with aged metal accents.