Trend: Organic Textures

This spring one of the stand out trends is Organic Textures. The key elements to focus on are fabric texture, fabric colour and fabric content. Whether you are after a budget ‘quick fix’ curtain that can update your look fuss free, or a full blown overhaul, let us suggest everything you may need.

 

Texture

 

Texture is the surface of the cloth, not forgetting our accessories such as curtain poles. For the fabrics we are picking out bumpy, knotty, chunky, dainty fluid textures that reflect our natural landscape. Here are our best picks for ‘organic texture’ for all budgets;

 

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‘Tissington’ lace panel, from £27. Lace is naturally bumpy and fluid. 
‘Luxe Plain Tan’ String curtain, from £95 – Knotty in appearance and falls fluidly with the breeze 
‘Dax Linen’ panel, £346, repetitive raised drawn thread
‘Haze’ voile curtain, from £16. Dainty bumpy grain.

 

 

 

 

Colour

 

Next to consider is colour. The common rule of thumb is to work your interior around three key colours, 60% your main colour (e.g. your wall colour) 30% your secondary colour and 10% your accent colour (e.g. your flash of vibrant colour).

 

With the ‘organic texture’ trend we are mainly looking to a palette of earthy shades, creams, browns, beiges with a flash of canary yellow, golds or copper.  The more conservative of you may choose to keep your curtain colour to subtle earthy tones and brave the accent colour with a bright cushion, throw or even a copper vase at centre stage. If this reads close to your tastes, we would highly recommend a plain panel such as Denby or Flanders.

 

 Colour: Keep it muted
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‘Dax Linen’ panel, £346
‘Wevet’ Paint from Farrow and Ball
‘Flanders’ Linen panel from £47.75
‘Ritchie’ 2 seater ochre yellow sofa from MADE
‘Denby’ white voile panel from £19.90

 

However, for the bolder of you,  choose a vibrant yellow curtain hung on one of our quality antique gold poles. The result is stunning.

 

Colour: Go bold

 

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‘Jones Antique Gold Vector uncorded track’ from £25
‘Uno’ Luxury voile panel from £41
‘Wevet’ Paint from Farrow and Ball
‘Denby’ white voile panel from £19.90
‘Dax Linen’ panel, £346
‘Summertime Canary’ voile curtain from £52

 

 

 

 

Composition

 

There is a heavy influence of natural fibres in this collection. Cotton and Linen epitomise the natural look and have some fantastic properties in addition. For a quick ‘low budget’ fix, we have a great collection of faux cotton panels which do look fantastic at really reasonable prices e.g. Haze (Polyester with linen slub) or Denby (1% linen). For pure natural fibres, we would highly recommend the 100% Linen ‘Kensington’ voile or for a real splurge ‘Cato’ – our most luxury pure Linen curtain.

 

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‘Flanders’ Linen panel from £47.75
‘Jones Antique Gold Vector uncorded track’ from £25
‘Kensington’ Linen panel from £67.90
‘Urban grow copper star terrarium planter’ from Urban Outfitters
‘Wevet’ Paint from Farrow and Ball
‘Dax Linen’ panel, £346
‘New retro ceiling lamp shade’ from Marks and Spencer

 

Florals

 

With any natural themed trend, floral and organic patterns are always welcome and we have picked out a selection which are in keeping with the look.

 

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‘Flanders’ Linen panel from £47.75
‘Tulip trail’ express net curtain from £1.95
‘Carmen’ voile café curtain from £16.30
‘Summertime Canary’ voile curtain from £52
‘Tissington’ lace panel, from £27
‘Louise’ net curtain from £5.30 (also available as a jardinière)

 

Have fun with it! For further guidence or product information, please feel free to get in touch with our friendly, inspiring team. Don’t forget to explore our Pinterest page for more trends and ideas.

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