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New year new trends

We’ve done the research so you don’t have to!

Date: 01 January 2016

At this time of year there are plenty of predications about what is going to be big news when it comes to interior trends for the next twelve months. 

We’ve been keeping our eye out for the best, so if you’re interested in the latest trends but are too busy to do the research yourself look no further than our top five.

  1. His and Her bathrooms
  2. This isn’t exactly a new trend however, if you’re considering a bathroom makeover in the New Year and you have the space, his and her sinks is the way to go. And it doesn’t need to stop there; the possibilities are endless with his and her towel rails and mirrors (easy to attach with Gyproc Habito). Question is who will keep theirs the cleanest? 

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  3. Pendant Lighting
  4. Something as simple as changing light fixtures and fittings can completely transform a room. If this is on your to do list for 2016 there’s loads of options to try, just make sure you pick pendant well. Our favourites are jam jar and industrial style. 

    Magnetic wall Lamp

  5. Do it at your desk
  6. With all this second screening in front of the TV and our smartphones constantly stuck to our hands, there’s one room in the house that’s feeling a little neglected - the study. Investing in a new desk will encourage you to keep work at work (even if you do work from home). If you’re looking to totally make over your home office, why not include a Magnetic Wall? 

    Magnetic Wall desk

  7. Outside inside
  8. House plants, exchanging heavy curtains for simplistic blinds or finally installing those patio doors, there’s plenty of ways to bring the outside, inside in the New Year. Top tip, why not try including some outdoor furniture as well as greenery? 


  9. Blue steel
  10. Incorporating stainless steel into the kitchen will be a key the theme for next year. Stainless steel shelving teamed with upcycled wooden tables and work tops create a warm yet contemporary look.

    Inspiration from: House Beautiful, The Independent, Elle Décor and HousetoHome