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Scandinavian countries such as Norway, Sweden and Denmark are known for their elegant and minimalist interiors. Their style consists of calm and muted colours with rich and cosy textures that are perfect for the winter months. Scandi interiors are usually full of neutral and earthy colours such as white, grey, cream, brown and blue these colours are generally in pale shades to make rooms appear lighter to counteract the short daylight hours over winter. Scandi rooms often have white walls with highlights of colour around the room, sometimes geometric patterns and bolder colours are added, but only in small amounts. The typical Scandinavian interior will have 1 or 2 clean colours with wooden furniture and flooring to add warmth.
We have created style mood boards with inspiration to help you create this simplistic style in your own home.
As the temperatures rise and the sun starts to shine through your windows, it might be time to store away the thick duvet and cosy throws for when the weather gets colder again and get your home ready for the spring/summer season.
There are lots of touches that you can add to your home to create a cosy spring time feel, and you don't have to change your entire décor to do so.
Small touches like bunches of bright and pastel flowers or daffodils are perfect for brightening up the dull corners, and a few extra textile products can transform your home completely. Candles in fresh scents are also a nice touch for the spring season.
During the autumn months, you may like to fill your home with autumnal flowers in oranges and brown, cosy throws and fairylights, before the Christmas decorations take over during the winter. With a Christmas tree, lights and festive trinkets around your home during December and into the New Year, your home may feel a little bare and boring in the first couple of months in the year.
Now that spring is here, let's look at some little touches you can add to bring the sunshine into your home...
When you think of Scandinavia, what springs to mind?
Danish bacon? Swedish meatballs? Perhaps it's the Vikings that you first associate with this area of Europe.
All fair choices... But the Scandinavians have given us much more than just tasty food and some hefty chapters in school history books.
And one big trend that we're loving is the ever-growing popularity of Scandinavian style in home interiors and textiles.
Here, we've taken a look at the history of Scandinavian textile design, and give you some pointers on how to incorporate the style into your own home.
With Christmas just around the corner, you're probably looking to introduce some festive textiles into your home to get you in the spirit and ready for the season.
Alongside your Christmas tree, fairy lights and wreaths, tartan is the perfect print to incorporate with a traditional Christmas colour scheme of red and green.
However, tartan doesn't just have to be something we use in our homes at Christmas, it's also a fantastic print to decorate your rooms with all year round.
Here, we take a look at some of our favourite tartan textiles and delve deeper into the history of tartan and how it is made...
Flowers are definitely not just a summer look. Different floral prints are incredibly popular throughout the year, both in fashion and in your home.
And during Autumn and Winter, you can use florals to create a cosy place to relax when the weather is cold and gloomy outside.
You don't have to go all out with flowery wallpaper and furniture, but injecting floral prints into your rooms is a great way to freshen up your décor.
Introducing florals into any colour scheme or style can be so easy, so here are nine tips on how to mix and match styles to create a unique, cosy and fantastic looking environment...
The vintage interior trend has been popular for some time now, and it doesn't look to be going away anytime soon.
As your bedroom is the one room that is yours to relax, keeping it organised and decorated in your favourite style is important. There is nothing worse than getting home after a long day at work to be greeted by a room with clothes all over your floor, an unmade bed covered in junk and a décor that you hate.
The vintage style works for anyone; it isn't too pink and girly, it suits all age ranges, and it can be a timeless décor that will last for years.
Designing kids' bedrooms may be a daunting prospect but we urge you to go big! We think you can take advantage of our exciting range of textiles as an excuse to be as bold and brave as you want!
If you need a helping hand deciding how to style your child's bedroom take a look at our guide featuring our top four inspirations.
Do you need some inspiration on how to design your home this year? Are you wondering which trends are hot for 2015? Or are you simply looking to give your home a change?
Look no further; we at Tony's Textiles have compiled our nine favourite home interior design trends for 2015, and we want to share them with you.
This winter bring a pop of colour into your home that will radiate warmth and make you feel cosy!
Berry reds and rich purples add an air of elegance and sophistication to any room and they’ll bring a traditional Christmas tree to life! Deep colours may appear intimidating to work with at first, so how about starting off small with some luxurious home accessories in this season’s must-have colours.