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With spring in the air it is time for a fresh start when it comes to your interiors. It might be all the fresh air, new blooms in the garden, or the vitamin D, but it seems to inspire a change in your interior space. We are exploring Vogue's interior trends for Spring.While minimalism has been on trend for quite some time, this spring is taking a look at the opposite. Take all those colourful throw pillows out of the cupboard, hang that bold statement art piece, and embrace all things shiny and big.
Image: Pierre Augustin RoseA trend in fabric this spring, according to Lauren Keenan of Lauren Keenan Home is boucle. Boucle fabric has an irregular loop style to it, creating a bold texture in upholstery.
Image: Kasia GatcowskaStraight lines are out and curves are in. A good way to break up a space is to add a round mirror, semi circle accessories, or arched designs.
Image: Nathalie KragMaking a big comeback this spring is bold statement tiles inspired by Spanish and Italian design. This goes well with the idea of maximising your space. Look for tile with lots of colour, pattern, and warmth to incorporate into your space.
Image: Stephan JulliardThe go to colour this spring is mustard. It is a great colour that can go with many neutrals. Think grey, pale pink, white, or navy... mustard will make a statement without taking away from the space.
Image: Prue RuscoeMarble has alway had a place in any space to create a luxurious look, but this spring ditch the traditional and go with dark marble. You can add touches of marble without breaking the bank with a statement dining or coffee table or even a lux vase.
Image: Sharyn CairnsBiophilia is on trend. Try to merge nature with your interior space by using styling items similar in your indoor and outdoor space, or add greenery and botanical prints.
Image: Prue RuscoeModern Art Deco is a spin on the traditional Art Deco, still using jewel hues and bold patterns, but pairing things back with more matte finishes and sandy tones.We are loving the interior trends for spring 2019.