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Style guide: the six décor trends that will be big in interiors this summer

Online marketplace Etsy has shared its thoughts on what will be hot in homes over the coming months...
   Katie Byrne  |  written on: 24-04-2022 14:00pm

1. The return of tie-dye
In a nod to the relaxed styling of the 1970s, we're going to be noticing tie-dyed details creeping into our homes. The more relaxed sister of ombré, tie-dye details - think cushions, curtains, rugs and so on - are perfect for adding some flair to any space.

Left: mirror by MirrorCooperative; right: planter by PrintsByNatureStore

Over the last three months, there have been over 267,000 searches for tie-dye products on Etsy - groovy, baby. 

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2. Crystal-inspired details
With our current fixation on wellness and self-care, it's little surprise there have been over 63,000 search for 'crystals' on Etsy in the last quarter.

Left: cheeseboard by KateChestersArt right: candleholder by KylaLondon

3. Deco-inspired designs
Think Gatsby, think cocktail party, think glamorous decadence... But in your home!

Left: pendant lamp by InscapesDesign right: Chesterfield Love Seat by The Collective Chester

4. Wallpaper - but not on the walls!
Upcycling much-loved pieces of furniture with a patterned or printed piece of wallpaper is a simple way to breathe fresh energy into a tired item. 

Left: removable wallpaper by KateZarembaCompany; right: chest of drawers by JimTheBee

5. Laser-cut shapes
A puzzle-esque print of simple shapes has made terrazzo topple from its top spot; we're swapping smaller patterns for larger, easier-to-define alternatives instead.

Left: print by HejAndHelloCreative right: tea towel by NatalieLeaOwen

6. Walk on the wild side
Animal-inspired prints, patterns and motif are having a moment right now. Always popular with those of us who love OTT patterns and extrovert prints, it's now edging its way into homes across the country.

Left: tiger cushion by CatherineRoweDesign right: cat wall art by jenjungbluth

NEXT! Want some unusual inspiration for your kitchen windows? But of course! Click any image below to explore our moodboard of ideas...





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Katie Byrne


Katie Byrne is a writer, editor and filter fan (coffee, not Instagram), and lives in a Georgian-built flat that features various statement cobwebs.