Style Guide Blog
Welcome to our Style Guide Blog! As designers we understand it can all be a little overwhelming at times when updating, renovating or building new, so we have put together some advice in the form of style/trend/product blog entries to aid in guiding you though the process, to make life a tad easier.
We will discuss current trends in the interiors world, showcase interiors we love, chat about our favourite HART products and tell you how to get the look without all the fuss.
If you do require some further assistance, or simply want someone else to take the reigns, do remember that Partridge Design offers bespoke interior services tailored to you and your lifestyle. Please get in contact if you would like to know more.
Love, Lynda and Hannah
This trend is all about natural elements being used together. Think gorgeous organic ceramics, jute rugs, woven comforters and linen bedding and you’ll be spot on with this look. The colour palette includes our favourites of off whites, soft creams and a spectrum of greys that builds to include dark slate and earthy warmth.
We are forever lovers of texture and it is bigger than ever right now! Furniture and accessories have a natural, handmade feel with highlights on materials such a rattan and wicker. Textiles take a playful role also, with raw edges and appliqué details to fresh linen and cotton – yummy to the touch!
“We’ll continue to see handmade ceramics dominate home accessories. In our tech-driven world, we all need handmade pieces in our lives! I expect to see these objects become even larger and more sculptural than before and in alluring, matte glazes.”
Get the look:
HART has been featured in the latest issue of Homestyle Magazine!
Their article ‘To have or to hold’ spotlights what’s what of vases and vessels available in New Zealand.
Our Zakkia terrazzo vase in rose and pot in black are seen, alongside the ever so popular Globe Vase and Tota Bowl.
Get the look
No doubt with the release of Pantone’s colour of the year, Greenery; a ‘refreshing and revitalising’ colour, ‘symbolic of new beginnings,’ that green was going to be a hit in the interiors world.
However, instead of the trend solely being Pantone Greenery, all tones and shades of green (in combination also), have really forced their way to the forefront. I personally am most taken with the emerald and forest greens, especially for winter. They bring a jewel-toned richness to any space whilst still maintaining a sense of freshness.
Try out our gorgeous Globe vase in forest, to add that fantastic pop of greenery in your home!