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HOPPEN’S DECOR TIPS COLOUR UP:


Splashes of burgundy, dark grey, pastel pink, emerald green, and burnt orange will be the shades of this year.


EDGY MIX:


An industrial look in design has made a comeback. “Using industrial materials, such as concrete, will automatically inject an urban feel into your home no matter what the location. This versatile material looks incredible contrasted with metals and textures. Mix it up with antiques which will shock and contrast beautifully with this sleek look.”


WAKE UP WALLS:


“Wallpaper should be a wonderful, luxurious piece of texture, which draws you in but at the same time is a backdrop to whatever style you choose for your home,” explains Hoppen.


“We’ve seen an increase in patterned and textured wallpaper which will continue this year. Look out for lots of bold, colourful prints as well as geometric shapes, splatters and messy patterns, a la artist Jackson Pollock. Retro-style tiles will also be huge for walls.” Give one wall a facelift for an easy spring update.


NATURE NOTES:


Bringing nature into the home is absolutely key, Hoppen declares. “I love organic trees which grow indoors, and Sixties-style plants such as palm trees and rubber plants, which are enjoying a revival. Place fresh flowers in every room for an instant spring uplift. Display in clear bowls - which could also be filled with flowers or sand - and are ideal centre pieces or focal points on tables.”


LIGHTEN UP:


Create a lighter feeling for spring by substituting curtains and loose covers in heavy fabrics for more delicate alternatives, such as sheers and cottons.


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Use mirrors throughout the home where possible. They can double the effect of natural daylight and create an illusion that a space is larger and brighter than in reality.


FLOOR SHOW:


Different materials and effects will make floors the star of homes this year, Hoppen predicts. “Retro tiles paired with wood, herringbone flooring matched with ceramic tiles, and old wooden floors mixed with stone will be just a few of the new pairings. “Bespoke wood colour will also be a big hit. The wood flooring in my London home is full of subtle warm tones and took six months to perfect. It was like going to the hairdresser and finding the


perfect shade. Another popular trend will be photographic tiles - imagery on tiles - which can be show-stopping.”


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