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The Interior Aesthetics Trending Right Now

From cottagecore to the Great British seaside, seek interiors inspiration from Liberty’s guide to the most definitive home decor trends to adopt now.
By: Charlotte Pavitt

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The Interior Aesthetics Trending Right Now

The Interior Aesthetics Trending Right Now

From cottagecore to the Great British seaside, seek interiors inspiration from Liberty’s guide to the most definitive home decor trends to adopt now

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By: Charlotte Pavitt

Your home is an ever-evolving space, so we’re firmly of the belief that you should approach every room with a work-in-progress mentality. Remove the notion of perfection and look to breathe new pulses of life into your decor with small tweaks and design extras that will add function and feeling. But how do you invite this kind of newness into your home? Read on to discover our edit of the most definitive home decor trends of the moment to add a little 2022-spice to your space.

Organic Modern

WHO:

Brands to know: Anissa Kermiche for cheeky creations, Soho Home for handcrafted tableware, Kaneko Kohyo for artisan ceramics.

WHAT:

With an emphasis on natural elements, warm neutrals and clean lines, Organic Modern is a trend swathed in comfort and calm. While you’d be forgiven for assuming a home filled with neutrals sounds cold, you couldn’t be further from the truth. The inclusion of raw, organic materials like rustic woods, jute, soft linens and artisanal ceramics adds depth and soul by bringing a sense of the outdoors in.

HOW:

Start off with a tonal base – think shades of off-white, sand, beige – and begin to layer in colour with earthy, saturated tones. Opt for transformative buys that bring warmth to your space and note: soft textures will help to create a feeling of cocooning, so wrap up in Loopy Ewes Medium Rafter Blanket Mocha, £525 or add the Par-Avion Co Tau Tray, £275 to your coffee table laden with Soho Home’s Casa De Folklore Mugs, £28.

Danish Pastel

WHO:

Brands to know: Henry Holland Studio for abstract ceramics, Anna & Nina for playful ornaments, HAY for colourful kitchenware, Maison Balzac for vibrant glassware.

WHAT:

Danish Pastel is yet another TikTok-coined trend that encompasses a palette of gentle pastels with psychedelic prints, like shells, checkerboard, squiggles and graphic florals. As the colourful cousin of minimalism, choose stand out pieces that help deliver the overall playful aesthetic.

HOW:

This is your chance to embrace quirks in unexpected places so try switching your hand towels for Baina’s checkerboard Josephine Organic Cotton Hand Towel, £38 or your regular cereal bowl for a Henry Holland Studio Blue And White Small Checkerboard Bowl, £60 to elevate your breakfast table. And of course, no Danish Pastel home is complete without candy-coloured twist candles, like Hay Spiral Candles Set of Six, £25.

Eclectic Maximalism

WHO:

Brands to know: House Of Hackney for statement cushions, Rockett St George for knick-knacks, Quail for quirky kitchen accessories.

WHAT:

Adding vibrancy into your home with pops of colour and print is a sure-fire way to boost your mood. This is a design style for extroverts, with a more-is-more approach – think layers of pattern and colour, oversized ornaments and unconventional shapes. A home built from a love of eclecticism is one that’s fun and inviting; it may feel like a mishmash, but every piece should be selected with intention.

HOW:

As this aesthetic is led by emotion rather than fashion, in order to avoid redecorating every time the mood strikes, keep a basket or blanket box of mix-and-match throws and cushions so you can refresh the look of your sofascape as and when. The key is to be creative, bold and energetic with your style but look for a balance. Pick out a single colour and use that as a thread throughout your entire scheme. For example, take the orange in this Doing Goods Faina Block-Printed Tablecloth, £54.50 and accent it alongside Late Afternoon’s Orange Chain Dinner Plate, £32.

Coastal Regency

WHO:

Brands to know: Astier de Villatte for pared-back decor, Lovingstring for colourful lampshades, Popolo for beach-hut striped tableware.

WHAT:

Forget everything you thought you knew about coastal interiors: this isn’t the Hamptons style, it’s Brighton. It’s art deco architecture, wavy and organic shapes inspired by the coastline, and playful deckchair stripes. The colour palette is somewhat muted (it has had a few years living on the seafront) and decidedly retro, taking inspiration from promenade to pier.

HOW:

Keep your nautical motifs to a minimum, selecting timeless ornaments that inject a coastal touch without screaming seaside souvenir, like the Rockett St George Faux Coral Ornament, £57 or Astier de Villatte’s Aphrodite Candlestick Holder, £115. For the bedroom, Society Of Wanderers’ Candy Stripe Ruffle Double Flat Sheet, £150 will surely encourage you to stay in bed a little longer.

Cottagecore

WHO:

Brands to know: Coco & Wolf for floral bedscaping, Bordallo Pinheiro for novelty dining, Emma Bridgewater for table essentials, Vaisselle for hand-painted vases.

WHAT:

Cottagecore, also known as Countrycore or Farmcore, is a blossoming aesthetic movement that took both the fashion and interior worlds by storm last year. But it’s not all about design, this nature-driven trend extends beyond decor into a state of mind, harping back to ‘simpler times��� and encouraging romanticising your life. Think wholesome activities like tending to the garden, crafting, baking and home-making. It’s undeniably warm and fuzzy, without feeling saccharine or twee.

HOW:

To really nail this homegrown feel, it’s all about creating a place of comfort. In addition to potted plants and vintage furniture, harness the charm) of an idyllic country cottage through florals, print-play and handmade textures. Your tablescape should be laden with chintzy crockery like Vaisselle’s Janine Starter Plate, £45 and set the stage with Bordallo Pinheiro’s Strawberries Oval Bowl, £50 as your centrepiece.

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