Update your home décor in a way that’s unique to you, with tips from the interior design gurus at Uneeka.
With a home furniture store showcasing stylish and unique furniture pieces, and another packed full of fantastic lifestyle accessories for your home, Uneeka in Truro firmly believes in supporting the local community, forming great and long-lasting relationships with suppliers throughout the south west. Team member Jess Preen walks us through some current trends in the ever-changing world of interior design, explaining how you can stay up to date with Uneeka.
“We predicted last autumn that brass touches and velvet luxury would begin making an appearance in the interior markets, and that couldn’t be more true.” On achieving the latest look to suit your personal taste, she explains that there are plenty of options, whether you choose to go all out with a velvet sofa, or add subtle hints with cushions and throws.
In terms of colour, while autumn brought pastel shades, “we’re set to see a shift towards slightly brighter colours and richer tones now we edge closer to spring. With Pantone’s 2018 colour of the year being Ultra Violet, we’re expecting a year of vibrancy and interesting textures.”
Part of the Uneeka home furniture range, the stunning three-seat Shrewsbury sofa impresses in a vibrant velvety shade of peacock blue, though there are many more choices available, including a warm neutral oatmeal. “With our made to order service, you can choose from a huge range of fabrics in a variety of textures and colours to get the perfect sofa for you. And, if size is an issue, then a two-seater option is also available in most of our range.”
And it doesn’t stop there! There’s also a fantastic range of chairs to choose from, from large to small; bedroom to sitting room; dark and light legs, meaning that realising your own interior vision is made easy at Uneeka.
The best part, according to Jess, is that “you don’t have to worry about spending a lot of money on a home makeover. Even the simplest of touches can go a long way. Introducing hints of colour, velvety touches or a statement brass clock can all keep your home looking on trend.”
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