Blues and greens are becoming a featured interiors colour trend for 2016 from accessories, furniture, stationary to lighting. Scandinavian designers are indeed embracing colour, they DO like colour and know how to use it well, it’s not all monochrome and white walls. However monochrome interiors may still be my favourite, I’m quite taken with the use of blues and greens as accent colours.
These colours have a very natural feel, without being too bold, they’re sophisticated with a grey under tone, complimenting both the natural and industrial. Leafy greens, teal and dusky blues are all featured in this interiors colour trend.
Capturing the trend, I’ve selected a three products that I have at home and really love, all are from Danish design companies that I adore.
Vase by AYTM. A Danish brand that is bold on colour and texture. Having a wide range of accessories and furniture it’s soon a company to take notice of and will be seen here in the UK I’m sure.
Storage box by HAY. We all know that I’m obsessed with HAY and their storage boxes are brilliant. Sold in a collection of five various sizes ranging from light grey to dark blue.
Notebook by Kartotek. I discovered Kartotek at the danish trade show northmodern, their range of stationary is truly beautiful, with stylishly simple design.
S H O P T H E T R E N D
Precious Finds Print – Coco Lapine
Raw cushion Haze – Norm.
Lynby Porcelain vase, midnight blue – Lynby Porcelain
Raw cushion Petrol – Norm.
Elevated Vase – Muuto
Large notebook, green grid – Kartotek
Punctual shelving system, dark blue – Ferm Living
Block table, trolly dusty green – Normann Copenhagen
Hansel photo-bombed the shot, I HAD to put this in, I have no idea what he’s licking, haha, a perfect #urbanjunglebloggers jungle animals subject.
*This was NOT a sponsored post, I just wanted to tell you how much I like this trend and these products. All photography was taken by me, Hannah Trickett and Hansel does model on request.