This week we sat down with Jasmine to talk about all the latest spring/summer interior trends and got the best tips and tricks on how to incorporate them into your home. And to celebrate the launch of The Navigator Building, we’re offering a £100 prize to spend at the store – head over to our Instagram page to enter by 00:00GMT on 17th April 2021.
Thanks for joining us Jasmine. What do you think will be the biggest interior trend of Spring/Summer 2021?
I think it is JAPANDI; a new trend incorporating Japanese and Scandi styles. It includes lots of black, fine lines – typical of Japanese design - with the addition of Scandi influences: think beiges, neutral earthy hues, mood boosting greenery and monochromes. It all comes together in a minimalistic and harmonious style.
We have just discovered it and think it is a timeless design that offers simplicity and functionality.
What is your favourite interiors trend of this season?
I think there are two…
My favourite design trend at the moment is keeping design stripped back and simple, with natural earthy tones that complement each other. The last few years grey has dominated the neutral interiors pallet. This summer, sandy shades and earthy patterns are back, and proving to be anything but boring.
At the same time, sustainability is now impossible to ignore. There is definitely a shift towards more conscious consumption, as people re-evaluate their impact on the environment. People are using fewer products and so want higher quality, more sustainable ones as well as keeping an eye on waste.