Reimagine home: styling trends to reinvent your spaces this spring

 

It seems only right that as we enter the season of new life and growth, our homes reflect it. For many of us, our homes have become more than just our sanctuary. We are reimagining the home we live, work, and play in, and are taking more time than ever to curate spaces we long to spend time making memories in. After so long spent indoors and easing restrictions now on the horizon, this spring it’s time to make your space feel new again and welcome those long-awaited guests in style.

This spring, you’ll see a focus on bringing the outdoors, in – any way we can. We’re returning to nature, and rewilding our homes – prioritising natural fibres and colour schemes (with a hint of luxury), while finding new and stylish ways to bring natural elements into our homes.

Here at Caringbah Super Centre, we’ve collated a list of our favourite spring home trends and found a range of aaahhh-inducing products to help you curate a living space worth relaxing in.

Organic materials

With a nod to the bohemian vibe of the 70s (with added chic) this season, we’re embracing raw finishes and natural materials like linen, wood, and ceramics. Heavily curated, manicured interiors are out, as we move toward a new rustic vogue vibe. We’re chasing authenticity in our decor like never before – and adding dashes of ‘imperfection’ with handmade ceramic tableware such as this misshaped set from Adairs – curating a perfectly imperfect, harmonious look.

Wood surfaces bring warmth, texture and colour into modern interiors and can be achieved simply with touches of rustic furniture or with exposed wood beams and floorboards. A timber dining table is the perfect addition to add that naturally elegant sense of style to your space. The variety available at Supreme Furniture are some of our favourites this season! You can’t go wrong adding a few indoor plants like olive branches, and hanging vines, which help to bring the coveted outdoors, in, and add life and vibrancy to the muted colour palettes. Simply pop them in a woven basket like this one from Freedom to tie into the rest of your interiors. When it comes to your decorative elements, we’re loving natural fibres such as jute, wicker or raffia that only further add to that organic, tranquil style. This wicker lamp from James Lane and jute mirror from Freedom are the perfect accent pieces to elevate any room.

Earthy grounded shades

Fittingly paired with our newfound love of natural fibres, we’re giving mother nature another nod with natural colour schemes, opting for earthy hues like muted blush, bronze, tan and cream with pops of more vibrant mustards and emeralds greens.

The colour scheme is warm, inviting and authentic – better yet, it’s easily achieved. The muted palettes can be adopted effortlessly into your home without clashing with existing decor. Opt to keep colours tonal throughout your home, using creams widely, and adding dashes of coloured cushions, decor and artwork throughout. A pop of colour for your bathroom is effortlessly (and affordably) achieved with a new set of soft towels. This warm mustard set from Bed Bath N’ Table is the ideal shade to complement a neutral interior – and why not pair with a playful bath mat too! Or, if you’re looking for something for the living room, this metallic bronze and blush vase from Oz Design Furniture is a great juxtaposition to that rustic feel, bringing a touch of elegance, w­hile staying tonal. Pop in some beautiful Australian natives for a striking feature to your entry way or coffee table.

Art Deco glam

While the 2020s may seem a far cry from the roaring 1920s, elements of the decade’s luxurious interior design are popping up, and we’re not mad about it. While we are chasing natural and earth elements for our spaces, we’re also chasing a little opulence, and looking to redefine our homes with all the style of a luxury hotel, by adding dashes of grandeur and Art Deco glam throughout.

Playful yet opulent splashes of gold paired with the muted tones and natural woods works wonders and will lift the mood and reimagine your space with seriously little effort. Touches of geometric prints and patterns on rugs or artworks are a quick and easy way to incorporate this trend – this captivating artwork from Adairs would pair perfectly with this rose-coloured rug from Sleeping Giant to incorporate a little touch of the trend with ease. Spring is all about entertaining, and so was the roaring 20s, which is why we’re fascinated with bar carts and glassware this season. The gold and marble coffee table from James Lane and luxurious martini glasses from Freedom are completely Gatsby-worthy and bound to impress your guests!

Whether you’re wanting to totally redesign your interiors, or just revive them with a little TLC, this year is about redefining the spaces we live in. No longer is the kitchen only for cooking, nor the loungeroom only for lounging – our spaces have become our offices, gyms and classrooms, and redefining them is about creating warmth and space in every room for living, no matter what that looks like.

*Note: products featured are a guide only, with prices and stock availability correct at the time of data collection. Please check directly with stores for any changes, additional offers or variations.

Freedom

Keighley Mirror

$249

Bed Bath N’ Table

Sunshine Bath Mat

$29.95

James Lane

Mercer Marble Coffee Table

$599

Adairs

Graph Scented Wick Candle

$59.99

James Lane

Stable Table Lamp

$249.95

Bed Bath N’ Table

Tasman Towel Range

From $7.95

Fantastic Furniture

Jazz Armchair

$349

Supreme Furniture

Braxton Dining Table

$1,099

Freedom

Birra Basket

$79.95

Adairs

Messina Servingware

From $14.99

Freedom

Fusion Martini Glass Set

$39.95

Sleeping Giant

Sahara Vase

$49.95

Adairs

Indali Parchment Embroidered Geo Artwork

$99.99

Oz Design Furniture

Bode Vessel

$44.95

Sleeping Giant

Terra Rug

$299

Oz Design Furniture

Flinders Coffee Table

$787

JB Hi-Fi

Google Nest Hub 2nd Gen Smart Home

$149

Harvey Norman

Smeg 50’s Style Badged Kettle

$209