High Street, Armadale
SPRING IS NOW IN FULL SWING,
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.
BACK TO NATURE
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.