As we move into the summer months, light and airy spaces are becoming the interior look of choice. Forget deep hues, velvet sofas and leather armchairs for a moment – we still love this kind of combination, don’t worry – and welcome in soft tones like beige and pale pink, as well as wooden furniture and woven accessories.
A mix of Scandinavian minimalism and bohemian flair merge to create a space that is welcoming, relaxing and soothing. It’s the kind of place you dream of being after a long day at work and where your circle of friends is sure to make their new spot for nights in.
Achieving this style is actually a lot easier than you’d imagine. If you have cream walls and pastel accessories you’re already onto a winner, although that’s not to say darker colour schemes won’t work just as well; you can uplift burgundy and navy with some lighter pieces, like a white dining table and Cult Furniture’s Trafik dining chair. The clean lines, eye-catching back and subtle birch wood construction make it an instant success.
Rattan chairs have long been in the limelight for their versatility and aptitude to fit into pretty much every scenario, from hotels to restaurants and beyond. We recommend getting your fix with the Anders design, which mixes natural beech wood and a woven seat for a style that echoes ski lodge serenity.
For something that will look at home in the living room, kitchen and dining room, opt for the Poppy dining chair with its mid-century style and light wood finish. The seat comes in both grey and dark grey to suit a wide range of interior palettes.
Complete the vision with fluffy cushions, contemporary ornaments and neutral rugs. We just can’t promise you’ll ever make it out the house again, sorry!
For more information, visit www.cultfurniture.com.