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Winter Design Trends 2017/18

December 5, 2017

What Will You Be Seeing In Our Homes This Winter?

The smell of mulled wine has filled the air and twinkly lights shine bright…Christmas is on it’s way. With it brings new home design trends and festive decor. We asked our designers about Winter design trends 2017/18.

This season is all about chunky knits, block colours and vintage explorer items. Our designers understand that while it’s important to not totally fill your homes with the latest trends (after all you have to live with it for a while). They know that a sprinkle of the latest trends can spruce up your home and keep it looking trendy and stylish as the seasons change.

Take a look at the Winter design trends of 2017/18.

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Annabelle Wilson

Annabelle Wilson

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