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    Maximalist, revival, nomadic and haven are the four interior design trends gathering pace

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    Whether or not you’ve heard of the interior design trends in our title, it’s time to get on board with the new colours, shapes and textures that’ll be guiding interior designers this season. One of the fastest entry points to new trends are industry suppliers Style Library Contract, who have been guided by the newest work […]

    Jean-Michel Gathy shares the most important part of design

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    World-famous architect Jean-Michel Gathy has revealed what he values most when designing a space; colour. Gathy’s signature designs have inspired many leading architectural works, which are showcased in a list of some of the most recognised hotels and resorts including the One&Only Reethi Rah, Cheval Blanc Randheli; Maldives, St. Regis Lhasa; Tibet, Viceroy Snowmass; Aspen […]

    Guest Blog: virtuoso reveals 2018 traveller trends

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    Global luxury travel network Virtuoso has determined 2018 will be the year for discovering less-visited destinations. Virtuoso’s 2018 Luxe Report, which forecasts what to expect in travel for the year ahead, shows the desire for unspoiled natural beauty continuing to motivate travellers. The annual report, which has firmly established Virtuoso as a recognized trend spotter, […]

    Trend Report: Style Library Contract – ‘The Power of Colour’

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    At the beginning of this year Style Library Contract shared 4 design trends they see as having the greatest influence in hospitality design during 2017. After Clerkenwell Design Week, the home of leading British brands Zoffany, Harlequin, Sanderson, Scion, Morris & Co., Anthology and FROne share four colour trends for Summer 2017 – ZEN, NOMAD, […]

    Jean-Michel Gathy on hotel design and architecture trends in 2017

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    Master architect Jean-Michel Gathy is the visionary behind some of the world’s most iconic luxury hotels, resorts and landmarks from the Marina Bay Sands swimming pool in Singapore, Cheval Blanc Randheli by LVMH in the Maldives, The Chedi Muscat in Oman, The Setai Miami to many of the most recognized Aman Resorts around the world. […]

    Guest Blog: Kobe UK – Bring on the botanicals in 2017

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    Luxury fabric specialist, Kobe UK, predicts a ‘botanical Britannia’ for Spring/Summer 2017. David Harris, managing director, said: “Rich, dark greens are back in fashion, with bags of opportunity to experiment with botanical patterns. Look out too, for jungle printed jacquards, woven with metallic yarns, paired with the young, modern look of natural materials, wood, cork […]

    Guest Blog: Style Library – Trends in design 2017

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    To mark another successful London Fashion Week and the beginning of the interiors events season, Style Library Contract share four things they see having the greatest influence in global hospitality trends in design in 2017… Individuality More than ever before, hotel operators aim to create memorable destinations. Wanting good off-the-shelf designs and more. Interiors need […]

    Guest Blog: Bathroom trends for 2017

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    In association with… Bathrooms have come a long way from just plain, white spaces used merely for wash-and-go. Its design, layout and overall look have changed and improved dramatically over the years. They are not just merely bathrooms; they became a space for comfort, where we satisfy our senses and spend more time in stylish […]

    January Furniture Show – trends for 2017

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    A host of fresh, exciting new lifestyle choices went on display at this year’s January Furniture Show (Birmingham NEC Jan 22 – 25) – the UK’s annual furnishing industry’s showcase. The place to glean all the latest interiors trends for UK homes, the four day trade show plays host to some of the most prestigious […]

    Guest Blog: Style Matters predicts 2017 trends

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    As 2017 dawns, Claire Fox, director at Style Matters predicts the trends set to take over the world of interior design for the year ahead. Retro Over the next few months, we’re anticipating the popularity of 60s and 70s-inspired furniture to rise significantly. We have already started to see a handful of our clients explore […]


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