It's that time of year again! The first signs of Spring are upon us, and we're here to introduce you to three stunning interior trends for 2022.

Whether you're in the mood for a total overhaul or you just fancy a quick accessory update, you'll find plenty of inspiration for the new season. From cool and calming decor to contemporary colour palettes, there's something for every taste.


You don’t have to live anywhere near the sea to recreate this laid back yet luxurious look. Embrace nature and pair washed woods with neutral textiles to inspire a sense of coastal serenity.

Floyd Combi Sofa 

This fresh yet homely look is all about getting comfortable. Layers upon layers of tactile, squishy touches create a homely buzz that's perfect for relaxed gatherings and lazy Sunday mornings. Introduce subtle energy with crisp blue hues and ikat patterns, but bring in terracotta tones for a pop of warmth.

Blue hues work perfectly with this look, try a dusky velvet chair as your focal point or bring in crisp linen bedsheets to really centre your space. Look to rustic wooden furniture in faded finishes to lend a soothing sense of nature. These organic elements can also be picked up subtly within your accessory choices, such as lighting and mirrors.

Dip a toe into this trend with subtle seaside-inspired accessories and textures. Neutral wall art and abstract prints offer a sense of calm, while white and cream hues combine with soft textures to strike the perfect balance of cosy yet fresh. Introduce natural ceramic pieces like vases and bowls to further enhance this look's down-to-earth quality.





Tap into your inner artist and discover the joy of injecting a pop of colour into your palette. Opt for rich rusts, deep navy and beautiful bursts of yellow that inspire and uplift.

Fontella Chaise Sofa

This adventurous look places pared-back pops of colour everywhere the eye lands, from cosy fabrics to quirky cabinets. Swathes of vibrant velvet soften the contemporary shapes of the furniture, with fluid silhouettes drawing your attention between sculpted sofas, carved woods and graphic prints. Concrete finishes give a cool edge, while highly detailed surfaces provide the drama.

Opt for a neutral backdrop so you can play around with colourful items. One or two statement pieces can really lift your scheme and bring a special energy to your room, whether it's bold velvet bar stools or an accent chair in a contrasting colour. Keep accessories and frills to a minimum, it's better to include a few carefully considered items than to overdo it.

This scheme is very versatile; carved woods, marbles and metallics will give it a vintage-glam spin, while contemporary industrial elements like concrete feel just as welcome. Experiment with a variety of styles from across the decades to really personalise your space, like mixing dark woods and bold mustards for a mid-century modern feel.





Defined by the shared minimalist design principles of Japan and Scandinavia, this look is grounded in natural materials, clean lines and quality craftsmanship.

Bea Large Sofa

This sought-after look fuses coolness and warmth to create a sharp yet inviting interior. Calming neutral tones and earthy greens set a peaceful vibe, with accents of matt black for a smart finish. Plenty of texture can be found in the form of boucle fabrics, woven detailing and reeded woods. Shapes are key – think clean lines and smooth, slick ceramics.

Start with warm white walls as your base and build up contrasting tones through your furniture and accessories. Black is your main accent colour here, but don't forget to incorporate warm neutrals like brown and beige for a nod to signature Japanese style. Natural wickers and tactile fabrics lend another layer of character - whether it's your soft furnishings, your decorative objects or your furniture.

Consider a variety of shapes and forms when configuring your look. Slim proportions will help you stick to the minimalistic principles, while a couple of bulkier pieces are needed for a final touch of comfort. Try mixing a simple wooden table and chairs with oversized wall art and a large area rug. In the living room, a substantial and squishy sofa like the Bea will bring excellent balance, without being too heavy on the eye.




We're not sure how to pick a favourite, but why not explore our trends in more detail to find out which is the perfect fit for your home? We've done the hard work for you and put together a collection of featured products for each one, so you can easily shop the look!