Interior Trends: The New Neutrals Spring Trend
We’re not afraid of bold, bright colours here at Arlo & Jacob, but that being said, neutral coloured fabrics are generally the most popular choices with our customers. While grey is often the go-to shade, we wanted to introduce you to our new neutrals that are perfect for spring (or quite frankly, any time). Still providing a fairly neutral backdrop, these hues offer a touch more colour and interest to your space without being overpowering. You’ll be seeing plenty of these shades springing up over the next few months, so get ahead of the curve and embrace the new neutrals for spring.
Sustainability and sustainable fashion is an exponentially growing trend for 2019, and we couldn’t be more pleased. Last year we launched our first collection of sustainable fabrics in a selection of neutral colours that allow you to make a conscious and sustainable choice for your interiors. A blue-ish grey is an excellent choice if you want to err on the side of caution. It has more depth than a pale, wishy-washy grey, and the stripe brings the fabric to life, giving a visual interest.
Pictured here is our Henry chaise in Sustainable Stripe, Fog – a blueish-grey with a classic pinstripe design
There was a murmuring consensus towards the end of 2018 that millennial pink was on the way out; however, iterations of various pink shades have continuously remained popular into and throughout 2019. We’re calling it, ‘Pink is here to stay’. Pastel pink, from the salmon to the strawberry spectrum, provides a wonderful colour backdrop without being overpowering. It partners beautifully with so many further colours, like green, turquoise, yellow and various shades of orange, amongst others, while being a knockout option in its own right.
Shown upholstered on our Philo chaise, a pale pink provides a new neutral backdrop.
For this trend, think neutrals but with fiery undertones. This new neutral trend collates earthy red tones, like terracotta, auburn, and rust. They offer more warmth than classic neutrals and pair brilliantly with fabrics and ornamental pieces with plenty of texture; the chunkier, the better. Think woven trims, natural fibres and wooden objects surrounded by natural textures like cotton and linen.
One of our most popular photoshoots from this year (so far) has been the Henry, pictured here in True Linen – Whisky.