High Street, Ar­madale

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mak­ing it the per­fect season to update the look of your home, and fi­nally shake off those win­ter blues. As the days grow longer and the air gets warmer, spring clean­ing is of­ten first on the to-do list, bring­ing aware­ness to what we sur­round our­selves with, and how we want to feel in this season of re­gen­er­a­tion. Whether your home is need­ing a com­plete over­haul, or a sim­ple decor update, High Street Ar­madale has the lat­est in­te­rior trends, and will cater to your unique style, function and needs.


Muted hues, rus­tic, earthy and ana­logue style. Per­haps you are fa­mil­iar with the mag­a­zine it­self or its strong in­flu­ence across so­cial me­dia. This term has been adapted within the in­te­rior de­sign sphere, where de­signs show­case min­i­mal­ism, leather, wood, linen, wool and ce­ramic ma­te­ri­als, to pro­mote a life­style of con­scious­ness and slow liv­ing.

With a vision for the mag­a­zine to “feel like a calm, slow, peace­ful place for a reader to come in,” co-founder of Kinfolk mag­a­zine Nathan Wil­liams, is ev­i­dently an in­flu­en­tial pres­ence in the de­sign world. If you’re a con­vert to this stun­ning In­sta-wor­thy style, Dan­ish Red is the Scan­di­na­vian store you need to visit. Here you will find the Onecol­lec­tion by de­signer Finn Juhl, and meet the ul­ti­mate chair, table or sofa for your per­fect Kinfolk in­stal­ment.


This trend is the epit­ome of spring and ex­pected to be at the fore­front of de­sign, where fo­cus is placed on hand­made, au­then­tic, im­per­fect and nat­u­ral ma­te­ri­als. For fur­ni­ture pieces that are uniquely se­lected from around the globe, Mai­son Est is the fur­ni­ture store that con­tin­ues to ap­pear on Chan­nel Nine’s “The Block”, and with good rea­son.

This store cu­rates a nat­u­ral and ef­fort­less style, that pro­motes a sense of well­ness and ground­ing all year round, year after year. Of course not far from the store, vis­it­ing Ivy Muse is highly rec­om­mended. Cas­cad­ing with an ar­ray of beau­ti­ful live green­ery, hand­made ce­ramic planters and hang­ers, this store is sure to in­fuse life and re­ju­ve­na­tion into your home this spring.


If you’re well over the monochro­matic colour trend (or lack thereof), you’ll be glad to know that colour is fi­nally in again! Here are three trends to fall in love with: Essential— This pal­ette cor­re­lates well and truly with the Kinfolk style, where colours are muted with shades of grey to cre­ate a soft, peace­ful at­mos­phere. At House of Orange you can find beau­ti­ful hand­made retro ce­ram­ics, to cre­ate the essential table set­ting this spring. Es­capade— A trend em­i­nent of sum­mery, sat­u­rated, bright, zesty and tropical hues that are all about fun and ad­ven­ture. In­side the Kings Ar­cade, Char­lie and Fen­ton is the decor store, filled with hand­made and lo­cally pro­duced tex­tiles, cush­ions, ce­ram­ics and fur­ni­ture that will in­fuse sum­mer into your home, all year round. Re­flect— Cel­e­brat­ing 70s glam­our and 90s swag­ger, this trend fea­tures deca­dent, vel­vety and rich hues of navy, emer­ald, pur­ple and burnt rose. If you’re look­ing to add so­phis­ti­ca­tion into your home, Cult Traders’ range of cush­ions and bed­ding by Greg Natale, cer­tainly pay homage to this era of lux­ury.


The ad­di­tion of pat­tern in any space is cer­tainly two steps ahead of the min­i­mal­ist trend game. For the max­i­mal­ist at heart, or for those seek­ing to add interest in their home, the ad­di­tion of pat­tern doesn’t have to be a daunt­ing task. Gau­dion on High Street, Ar­madale, is the Euro­pean in­spired fur­ni­ture and decor store that of­fers com­pli­men­tary in­te­rior con­sul­ta­tions. Whether you’re want­ing to go big with an elab­o­rate wall­pa­per de­sign, or choose the per­fect se­lec­tion of cush­ions for your sofa or bed­room, this is the store filled with beau­ti­ful tex­tiles to com­ple­ment and lift your home this spring.

Dan­ish Red.

Mai­son Est.


House of Orange.

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