Spring Summer Interior Trends for 2016.

Looking at the colour for Spring Summer Interior Trends for 2016.

The key Interior Trends are Understated Brights, Blue Hues and Linear Landscape. These are our favourite trends for SS16. We have created trend boards so you can see our inspiration photos and how these relate to the fabrics we offer for having blinds made for your home. We will start to elaborate on each trend over the next few weeks so you can see which designs and fabrics work well throughout your home.

When you have decided if you would like a roman blind, fabric roller, roller shade or blackout blind click on the ‘Choose a Colour’ dots to choose your on trend colour – below we have added which colour to help you choose. You can then go onto plan your room based on the Spring / Summer Interior Trends for 2016.

Understated Brights Trend SS16:

Bright, light and airy, this trend focuses on grown-up pastel tones. An optimistic palette of happy, positive shades mixed with warm neutrals.

Nearly bright and almost pastel these subtle shades sit in-between. Clever and unexpected patterns fro striking, architectural forms are right on trend. To make a bolder statement contrast these against blocks of warm neutral tones.

Colours are off beat but easy to live with.

Fabrics to look at for this trend are our Plectrum, Billow, Zip, Drift, Always colourways in roman and fabric roller – focusing mainly on our colours Apple (green or yellow dots) & Sea Fog (purple dot). You can use these fabrics for your curtains, blinds or cushions as a great starting point to creating this trend in your home. When you have decided if you would like a roman or roller blind click on the ‘Choose a Colour’ dots

Wallpapers to look at in our Tandem collection for this trend include Shoot in surf spray & thistle, Plectrum in lemon slice, Flip in thistle and lemon slice and Pompom lemon slice – these wallpapers can be viewed on the Natasha Marshall site.

Blue Hues Trend SS16:

Blue is such a versatile colour and during SS16 it’s going to play a big role. In certain shades Blue is calming and relaxing but in others it can be vibrant and energetic.

We love the pattern inspiration and different Blue hues which can be seen in vintage ceramic tiles. Mix Blue with white for a fresh, crisp look or pair with warm green for subtle complementary contrast.

Our favourites fabrics for this trend are Drift and Zip in the Ikon collection in our Nightshade colour way (blue dot). Pompom or Bud in nightshade mixed with Link in cactus (green dot) from Alegre. Misty Blues in Beanstalk and Always designs are available in the roman and fabric roller blinds. All these fabrics make blinds as the base of your modern interior.

Or wallpapers from our Tandem collection you can choose from Shoot in Skylight, Flip in Nightshade & Pompom nightshade. Or you can mix Shoot in cactus with the blue fabrics.

Linear Landscapes Trend SS16:

Landscapes and geological rock formations provide the starting point for this trend. Designs made up of fluid lines and geometric elements hint at the original, natural, rugged inspiration.

Softly weathered and washed colours of the landscape in the early morning and dusk provide a subtle, calming colour palette. To create interiors with on-trend interest, take inspiration from the landscape and mix contrasting texture of fabrics and furnishings.

We love this trend and the colours and textures this brings into interiors for SS16. All our naturals derive from these photos we have taken of landscapes and the cities pavements over the years. You can look at all our current ranges to get interior inspiration by using the ‘Choose a colour’ option with the dots.

Natasha Marshall Design Studio.

The Natasha Marshall studio based in Glasgow have been designing fabrics and wallpapers for interiors for since 1997. We think blinds are a fantastic way of creating a modern bright interior and will introduce colour and design. We have used natural fabrics and the new contemporary fabric collections by Natasha Marshall as well as designs we have developed for our customers. Browse through the blinds to create a wonderful made to measure blind for you.

Many of our inspiration photos included on these boards pop up as Natasha see’s them on her Instagram feed so do follow her.