Interior trends!

By | 8 March 2018

As the overhead sun shines brighter with each passing day, we get prepared to welcome the summer months (slightly earlier this year). Although it does dishearten us to have to shift back indoors, as it always seems too soon, we give you reasons to look forward to happy summers. To feel good about the warmer months ahead, where you are likely to spend most of your months indoors, it is important that you create a space that you can enjoy and relax in. Whether it is your conservatory or your living room, we’ve pulled together our top favourite décor themes, to fit every style and budget.

The Shabby Chic

The Shabby Chic is an interior design favourite due to its classy still cozy feel. Ideal for a conservatory, it accentuates the fresh, delicate and pretty aura of the garden. Using whites and pastel shades, you can opt for rattan furniture and accessorize with décor items such as photo frames, lanterns, vases and wild flowers dotted around the room. Adding a throw and a couple of scatter cushions will complete the look.


The Tropical

Introducing a tropical theme to your indoors is a great way to showcase your colourful personality, especially if you want to achieve a fresh and breezy beach vibe. Go in for bold prints to stand out against earthy furniture as a base. This theme is all about textures, natural materials and vibrant colours, so focus on exotic wooden furniture sets, lots of plants and colourful planters throughout to emphasize on the airy, light and natural feel of the room.


The Monochrome

This style is very modern and minimalistic, with a contrasting black and white or beige colour scheme throughout. For this look make sure you keep clutter to a minimum to comply with the fresh ambience. Stick to white furnishings and floors and add dramatic black statement pieces, which could be evident in form of seating, tables etc. There is always the option to add that extra something to draw attention, such as a printed rug or by introducing colour via accessories like candles vases or lampshades. You can play around with this theme to make it as interesting and vibrant as you wish.


Visit Dubai Garden Centre to check out our new, classy, affordable furniture and take home modern design elements in a way that is natural, intuitive and speak your own personal style.