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LIVING SPACES STEP INSIDE Power


in consumer demand for carpets within bedrooms and living rooms, noting the rity of floral prints.


The trend for maximalism is definitely at the root of the resurgence in popularity of patterned carpets.


To get a designer’s perspective on the trend, we asked our Creative Designer at Brintons, Jodie Hatton, who said: “Maximalism is all about breaking the rules. Let your creativity run wild with this fun trend which is making a massive come back, especially in the carpet industry. Mis-matched colour combinations and clashing patterns define the contemporary idea of maximalism; it’s all about self-expression.


“By treating the floor as the fifth wall, carpet is a fantastic way of introducing colour or pattern into the home. The floor is no longer an afterthought. The entire room can be styled working from the floor up.


“Add mismatched textiles and expressive artworks and your rule-breaking, personalised version of a maximalist interior is all set to enjoy. The best thing about this trend is it’s basically you choosing your favourite things and throwing them together.”


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