TREND 4: UR­BAN SA­FARI

Home Beautiful - - THE EDIT -

Born from an Out of Africa-meets-the dig­i­tal age aes­thetic, this trend cel­e­brates graphic prints, tac­tile fab­rics and a vibe that speaks to colo­nial his­tory with a thor­oughly mod­ern voice. The pal­ette, ac­cord­ing to HB se­nior stylist Rachel Peters, is “drawn from the desert, con­vey­ing a wild and free in­te­rior” – think black, white, tan leather, olive and aged brass. “White, black and tan is a pal­ette that just works,” says Wendy Ren­nie of Haymes. “It cre­ates a con­tem­po­rary and re­laxed feel in both mod­ern and char­ac­ter homes. The in­jec­tion of tan into a zone re­ally warms it up. While white walls cre­ate a feel­ing of space, the ad­di­tion of black and white el­e­ments will en­hance this feel­ing by min­imis­ing clut­ter and keep­ing the room sim­ple.” Colours: Haymes Mod­esty White, Deep Buff, In­trigue.

“This scheme is the per­fect so­lu­tion for those large, open-plan, high-traf­fic spa­ces in the home” ~ Wendy Ren­nie, Haymes colour ex­pert

MOD­ESTY WHITE, HAYMES DEEP BUFF, HAYMES IN­TRIGUE, HAYMES

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