Trend Alert for November! 80s pop, mediterranean cool and faded favorites. Update your space with the hottest decor that channels everything we loved about the 80’s. Select some out-of-the-ordinary organic naturals and take note of the dirtier pastels with a modern edge. Let’s shop.

Mediterranean cool
The beauty of natural materials is their rich texture, neutral colour palette and earthy appeal. Layer a selection of pieces in a range of organic finishes for a refined, yet relaxed feel.

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(Clockwise left to right) catwalk model Roksanda Spring 2018; Shadow rug from R20 700, Bofred; A lamp from R8 625, Woltemade; Salig Sit chair R4 600, Knus; Moroccan server R349, The Storer; Pisac ball vase R495, Weylandts

’80s Pop
Graphic silhouettes, vivid brights and bold, eclectic styles merge in an eye-catching aesthetic characteristic of the Decade of Decadence. If you want to make an impact, this is the way to do it.

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(Clockwise left to right) catwalk model Adam Selman Autumn 2018; Asymmetric multi rug R16 279, Kare Design; Copper pendant light in Blue from R7 659, CRÉMA; Conduit armchair by Jörg Schellmann for Moroso from R53 000, True Design; Globe Trotter Chess End table by Marcel Wanders from R18 370, Roche Bobois

Faded Romance
Today’s pastels are muddier than their bubblegum brethren, making them the ideal choice when creativng a softer scheme with a modern edge. Don’t be afraid of introducing more than one shade.

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(Clockwise left to right) catwalk model Adam Selman 2018; ‘Mansion’ prints R1 282 each, Lemon; Loafer armchair by &tradition R39 659, CRÉMA; Posy wallpaper in Silver R752/m2, Robin Sprong; Jelly tea cup by Patricia Urquiola for Kartell R225, True Design; Shading rug from 41 420, Roche Bobois; Duco three-drawer unit R8 300, Studio 19

Check out some more hot items to put on your festive season wishlist this summer: Reasons to Love Colour this Summer and The New Spring Colour Palette