Pantone have announced Ultimate Gray and Illuminating as their ‘colours’ of the year 2021. These are two independent grey and yellow tones that can also be complementary to one another.
Here at Style Studio we have done our research on these ‘colours’ of the year so you don’t have to and compiled it all in this blog to give you all the information you need on how to use these tones within your home.
These two colours represent how different elements can come together to support one another. Pantone have described this year’s ‘colours’ of the year as “A marriage of colour conveying a message of strength and hopefulness that is both enduring and uplifting.”… view more.
Starting off the new year doesn’t always mean making or breaking resolutions, it is also the perfect time to make some simple but effective changes. Here are our top tips to a fresh start for the New Year ahead.
Tip 1 – Declutter
Like most of us, we all now have more stuff in our homes than we did at the start of last year due to Christmas. This is the perfect opportunity to take a look at what we own and decide if it still has a place in our homes. Start with clothes and shoes; decluttering your wardrobe not only will it make it easier to decide what to wear each day, but by donating your unwanted clothing you can help others who are less fortunate and would make good use of those items that you are not going to wear.… view more.
Winter is on its way and we are all spending more time than ever at home! So why not make your home feel like a beautiful winter retreat this season with our Roman & Curtain Collection!
Our luxury Style Studio Roman Blinds and Curtains are perfect for this time of year. By doubling up on your window dressings you can keep in the heat while making a statement. So, what are you waiting for?
Become your homes personal interior designer. Create that ultimate winter look with our Rattan Cherry, a rich pink/red toned blind that is perfect when you pair it alongside our grey Gia Smoke patterned curtain, this look is sure to make a statement!… view more.
Autumn is here and the 2019 colour trend of cool greys is moving out and a much warmer earth tone inspired palette has moved in. With the Autumn leaves falling and the cold dark nights approaching, we are all looking to cosy-up indoors.
Hudson Oyster Roman Blind and Glamour Latte Curtain
Dulux have announced Grounded as their Autumn trend 2020. This trend reflects our need to slow down and enjoy the simpler things in life. The palette embraces biscuit neutral and muted accent tones that are inspired by nature. Dulux say that the Grounded palette focuses on making the home cosy and inviting with a minimalist approach.… view more.
Dulux have announced Brave Ground as their Colour of the Year 2021.
Dulux describe their Colour of the Year as key because it reflects the mood of the moment. Brave Ground is set to have a global impact on home interiors. Style Studio has all you need to know about the new Colour of the Year 2021 and how to use this neutral hue to set the tone within your home.
Brave Ground is a bolstering shade that connects us back to nature and the simpler things in life. The colour is made up of warm, earthy tones that create the feeling of stability, growth and potential.… view more.
Pantone’s Colour of the Year 2020 has landed!
The Style Studio trend experts are predicting that there is going to be a lot of blue in 2020 within interior design, fashion, textiles and graphics. Searching for new window blinds or curtains with a cobalt hue? Well this Pantone colour of the year might just be the colour for you!
Featured Fabric: Atlantex asc Dark Blue
Our Style Studio Interior Experts say:
“Classic Blue” is a deep blue hue that is reminiscent of the sky at dusk, which brings peace and tranquility to 2020. Classic blue is returning our interiors to a more traditional design style.… view more.
With winter here and the temperature outside dropping, we are craving nothing more than a cosy night at home. We change up our winter wardrobe but what about changing up our home interiors to mirror this seasonal transition.
Here at Style Studio our trend experts have been busy analysing the perfect colours, patterns and textures to give your home that winter feel.
Take some inspiration from our 2019 key trends and create that perfect cosy home this winter!
Trend 1 – Winter Palm House
A key trend for this season is winter palm house. Inspired by plush velvet’s, terracotta, walnut wood, botanical prints and animal prints.… view more.
Think ‘Hygge’ for a cosy home
One of the nicest things about Winter is making your home look and feel cosy.
‘Hygge’ is a Danish concept that the team here at Style Studio came across recently and we wanted to share this on our blog for those looking to create the ultimate inviting and happy home.
Often translated as ‘cosy’, hygge is an entire approach to life that encourages us to create a relaxing and homely environment and indulge in whatever makes us feel content. It’s all about enjoying life and sharing moments with family; dimmed lights, cosy fires, candles and sumptuous, soft and snug materials. … view more.
Winter – the season when days are shorter, temperatures drop and skies can be grey, but there’s an upside; we can update our home interiors with cosy, stylish décors and accessories that create perfect environments for snuggling up in front of the fire with your favourite film and a hot chocolate!
And if you’re anything like us here at Style Studio, you’ll be spending lots more time indoors over the next few months, so we’ve put together five top tips to help you create the perfect home sanctuary for autumn and winter.
Layer it on (the more layers the better!)
Nothing says cosy styling more than lots of layers – of throws, cushions and curtains in different colours and textures (think velvet, fur, wool and sheepskin) – adding a luxurious touch to bedrooms and living rooms.… view more.
When the dark nights draw in and we turn the clocks back to winter time, the first thing we all want to do when we get home is to cosy up and close the blinds and curtains. But that’s when we notice all the dust and dirt, especially on blinds and curtains that may have escaped the Spring Clean and that’s collected on our window dressings during the summer months.
This makes cleaning blinds an essential part of your autumn clean!
To keep nasty winter germs, bacteria and bugs at bay – as well as other nasties that cannot be seen by the human eye – an autumn clean can be more essential to health and wellbeing than the more typical spring clean.… view more.