Homewares & Interiors

3 Simple But Stunning Homewares Trends That Will Transform Your Drab Existence

By Ranyhyn Laine
28th Feb 2022

Chairs, cushions and throw rugs.

Be honest—your bedroom is probably less Pinterest board-worthy styling and more broke university student chic, even though you may have left that life behind. Splashing out on a mustard-coloured linen doona cover and popping some plants on a cheap wooden rack by the window doesn’t count as interior styling people—nor do you have to drop serious cash on designer goods or furnishings to get the look. It’s all about mixing and matching homewares and linens to transform your ordinary bedroom into something you would absolutely save to your ‘dream home’ Pinterest board. 

Lucky for you and your bank balance, Amart Furniture just dropped a brand new homewares range, Perago Home. Designed to add the finishing touches that make a house a home, the new range includes a heap of lust-worthy bed linen, throw rugs, mirrors, cushions and lamps, with even more coming mid-next year. We’re ready to add a whole bedrooms’ worth of their stunning quilt cover sets, cushions and throw rugs to our cart already, but if you need a little inspiration before you start shopping, here’s three oh-so-hot-right-now homewares trends to get you going. 

Modern Coastal 

Boho chic is out, and distressed, beachside vibes are in. This fresh new take on coastal style is for the monotone lovers, with shades of greys, whites and taupes accented with woven textures, distressed woods and maybe even soft blues (but don’t go too far—Hamptons style this is not). Add some driftwood if you’re really feeling the beachy theme and go modern with the lighting to keep things sophisticated. 

Tuscan Wedding 

Mad for a good terracotta pot? This trend is for you. Reminiscent of laid back Tuscan retreats, you’ll want to incorporate lots of muted summer colours—think burnt orange, rust, terracotta, olive green and soft pastels. Keep the furnishings natural, like timber and cane, but don’t be afraid to go bold with textures like velvet and stone.

Back To Nature 

Here’s where all those plants you adopted might come in handy. Bring the outside in with a calm, natural look, featuring endless shades of green paired with neutral colours so things don’t get too over the top. You don’t want everything to be perfect either—imperfect natural and organic materials like stone, travertine, cast metal and handwoven storage baskets will really add to that natural feel. You’ll feel calmer just entering, which is kind of what you want in a bedroom, right? 

Feeling inspired? Scope out Amart Furniture’s new homewares range, and maybe even some new furniture to go with it, right here

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