Summer House Interiors

Summer is well and truly here, transform your home with a few subtle or bold looks, to fall in place with this season's hottest new trends.

Artisan Craft

All things handmade are always unique touches you can add to your home to make it extra special for you. Artisan craft's have been trending and building momentum through the likes of Etsy and Not On The High Street try these concrete copper planters by Pasinga versatile yet contemporary. 



Pasinga | Modern African home décor

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Bloggers and designers alike have been going crazy for marble. It's best applied in small doses, to provide accents for decorative spaces for example clocks, wall art, planters and these beautiful pillar candles from Nordic House. 

Nordic House pillar candles | Modern African home décor

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It is only natural to pair marble with pastel interiors, which has proved to be a great success in style edits. Dusty pinks and powder blues are not only for baby rooms. 


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Make it bold, bold block colours never die, if you are all out of ideas always go for the bright and beautiful, create that statement look, to inject some summer goodness into your space. Just like the Bhavin Taylor home collection, with retro orange and royal blue. 

Bhavin Taylor | Modern African home décor

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Floral prints have been heavily featured on catwalks around the world, it's only natural that floral prints would make a transition into interiors. Try this for a feature wall, large peony prints wallpaper to create a mural effect, mixed with rattan to create a calming neutral balance. A look that can easily transition between the seasons. 

Floral prints | Modern African home décor

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