As an antidote to digital technology and the hours spent online, we seek out doses of nature and sanctuary in the everyday.
- Escaping digital world
- Calmness and serenity
- Peace and space to think
- Colours and materials taken from nature
- Combine tonal colours with natural textures
- Perfectly polished, textural minimalism
- Paired back aesthetics – offer escape and pause
- Natural and enduring fibres
- Soft finish
- Tactility and organic
- Calm, earthy
- Photographic landscapes
Soft and sophisticated, the Everyday Sanctuary colour palette has a beautiful range of coordinating tones. The colours are calming with a neutral base, additional pastel hints and deeper natural tones. Its timber tones creating a nod to the organic world and emphasising this trend.
Simple ways to apply this trend into interiors:
- Sheer drapery.
- Layer with texture as opposed to colour and pattern.
- Use loose covered linen to revive existing furniture.
- Layer with cushions.
- Use double track drapery, allowing you to keep the sheer effect while still offering warmth and sun protection.
- Use wide width fabric for bedding.
- Add subtle texture with upholstered lampshades and accessories.
- Create ‘zones’ with sheer fabric drops.
- Use floor cushions for breakout spaces.
Here are some fabrics from James Dunlop that work in with the Everyday Sanctuary trend.