Living intentionally is all about getting back to natural tones, natural fibres and creating an earthy atmosphere within an interior space, ultimately connecting our inner worlds with our outer worlds. Regenerative living elements within apartment design puts tenant wellness as the forefront. 

Anchoring this multi-residential trend is colour and texture. From earthy and natural tones, through to spicy and warm hues are definitely the colour direction of the season. Google search terms for “terracotta bedrooms” have seen an increase of 11% year on year, inspiring us to recreate this colour-blocking with our natural wools and rich timbers in flooring and layer with natural bed linen, terracotta tiles and chunky pottery.

Introduce nourishing colours throughout apartment interior spaces with furniture pieces, décor and even wallpapers too. For example, statistics have shown that from year-to-year, Pinterest searches in the UK have shown that ‘terracotta wall colour’ is up 29% from the previous year. The trend is showing that warmer, earthier tones are consistently growing within interior trends as of late, specifically the brown and desert inspired colours in textiles, decorative objects and large furnishings.

Product pictured above: Apostle - Sediment 545

Insulative Wool

Why wool? Wool carpets are made from the finest natural wool fibres, which are renewable and biodegradable. Wool carpets are naturally luxurious and hypoallergenic making them both aesthetic and suitable for those with allergies. They are also soft to touch evoking a positive sensory experience.

View the 13th Beach Wool Carpet

Rich Timber

Timber flooring is a great amplifier to include in any interior space, as no two timber boards are the same. Each board is built up of their own knots and grains, making it as unique and as natural as can be. This gives a regenerative and authentic feel to your home, attributing to this trend.

View Pioneer Satin Timber Flooring

Sunbaked Hues

We are recommending the use of deep spiced tones to contemporary furnishings and the use of tonal colour-blocking to ornamental elements, while seeing depth being layered through glass objects or lacquered surfaces.

Introduce nourishing colours in your furniture, décor and even wallpapers too. Warmer, earthier tones are consistently growing in homes as of late, specifically the brown and desert inspired colours in textiles, decorative objects and large furnishings. Additionally incorporating earthy, natural and deep spiced tones, such as terracotta, promotes the awareness of returning to our roots, creating a space for healing and regenerative living.

Regenerative Living applied - Hunter and Barrel project

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