Which upholstery colours and pattern suit your Kilmarnock home?
Trends come and go within fashion, as well as interior design fads and phases. We have many customers wanting to catch the latest trend of 'look' for their home, with upholstery for their Kilmarnock home being a part of the plan to create a thoroughly modern interior that is decadent and comfortable. Not only this, the fabric needs to be 'right' for the home…
What are the trends for 2014 when it comes to upholstery?
For those unable to make up their mind on one or two fabrics, you will be pleased to know that the choices you make can be as wide-ranging as you like! It seems that the upholstery for your Kilmarnock home need only be knitted together by a vague nod to a theme or pattern. Rather than a jumbled mish-mash, focus on a wide range of colour - soft pastel palette, for example - and stick within this theme.
Colouris not the only choice you need to make; textures are also on trend in 2014.Layersandtextures, once so frowned upon, are now positively welcomed.
Modern fabrics are also on trend, offering better stain resistance, as well as offer better protective against lingering odours. Leather, however, far from being a modern invention, is still popular as it is fabric that ages with perfection but also offer great stain resistance and ability to withstand the vigour of children and pets. Those whose budgets cannot stretch to leather will note the increasing range of quality vinyl on the market this year too.
Luxury is the name of the game
Sinking in the sofa, surrounded by luxurious feeling and looking upholstery it key in creating the on trend look in your Kilmarnock home. If your budget can stretch to it - and the home is suitable too - silk, velvet, mohair and cottons are just 4 fabrics that can be used and tailored to create this sumptuous look.
What about patterns?
Upholstery in your Kilmarnock pad should, according to all the latest interior designers, should be patterned, but there are a few must-have patterns: herringbones, zig-zags and chevron patterns are all on trend in 2014.
But the key is individuality. And you can harness this with upholstery in your Kilmarnock home having those touches that set it apart from the mass-produced furniture and items on the high street. Using buttons, for example, in the same colour tones or in complete contrast is a great way to add this sense of 'something different'.
And finally, the on-trend colours
It seems that everywhere you turn in the interior design world, blue is making itself known, from mid tones to dark, dramatic navy.
Complimenting this are tones of teal, greens and oranges but if colour is not your 'thing', neutral palettes are still welcome too. Just add a hint of drama with a dark tone of contrasting colour (not the neon streak of old).
Upholstery for your Kilmarnock home can be on trend, tasteful and practical too.