Are You Floral and Vintage or Quirky and Eclectic?
There are many different interpretations and design influences on interior design trends. Here i have outlined three big trends that we love at Bow Boutique and along with it some examples of our favourite instagram accounts that we think demonstrate well each trend!
Floral Cottage & Vintage
Perfectly demonstrated here in the beautiful house of Catherine, of peony.cole.cottage whose love of pretty botanical interiors, country cottage style, and eclectic mix of pastel colours, gold accents and whimsical ornaments all contribute to her effortless country charm with a twist of quirky interior styling.
We have lots of gorgeous cute and quirky interior products at Bow Boutique to help to create the look, including the exact Toadstool Candlestick as featured here in Catherine’s home.
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Quirky and Eclectic
Of course Quirky interior trends and Eclectic interior style are hard to summarise as their style is organic and totally personal as the names suggest. They are the juxtaposition of treasured items, that might not ordinarily match, but the authenticity of the homeowners love of each any every quirky interior product is what makes them work. The quirky home of Kelly from ohhomelygirl (above) shows how bold colours, prints and a mixture of furniture styles and interior accessories from different eras perfectly combines to create her unique eclectic interior style.
If you want something unusual and quirky for your home, then see below some quirky interior product ideas from Bow Boutique including the exact Hippo and Rhino Animal Head Wall Pockets as featured here in Kellys home.
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Its easy to assume Monochrome means black and white, but its actual meaning is ‘to use only one colour’. For my example in interiors accessories and interior styling, it doesn’t have to be exclusive to this definition, but the stunningly elegant home of Maggie from our_edwardian_home definitely has that monochrome chicness to it. An effortless elegance that showcases a Farrow and Ball colour palette at its very best with a mix of painted furniture sitting alongside vintage design classics and carefully chosen interiors accessories to perfectly complement this stylish home.
Maggie beautifully showcases our bestselling Palm Tree Pictures in her hallway, and demonstrates how a botanical interiors trend can work in traditional home with a contemporary edge.