Style Edit ~ Featuring New Trader Trove
Whats your style? Modern Contemporary? Moroccan? Jungalow? Rustic Minimal? Southwestern?
These days there is not really too many rules when it comes to styling your space, with that said it can be a little overwhelming looking at a blank canvas in your new home or apartment. At Trader Trove we love seeing your pinterest/mood boards vibing the style you are wanting and helping you achieve it!
We are constantly inspired by our fellow creatives and Im sure you have your fave homes and stores to stalk on Instagram or spend maybe a little too much time on pinterest (guilty) for your design inspo.
The Modern Contemporary.
Featuring muted tones and lots of texture. Add a beautiful soft Beni Ourain rug, Batik Peacock Chair or rich rust Cactus silk throw to get this look. Mix and match with what you have at home.
The Bohemian Jungalow.
With a dash of plantation this style can be termed Eclectic also. Plants and more plants, plus adding in lots of natural elements shapes, colour and texture. Display all the things on our new Kahala Shelf with different heights in the shelving allowing room for taller plants and vases. Our dark and light brown furniture can add a richness and depth to your space. Dont forget to add in textures, leather, velvet, raffia and more.
The Southwestern Rustic
It’s so easy to translate southwestern into your own personal style. Stick with white walls and accent with earthy color tones, like terracotta and shades of brown. Maybe add a pop of turquoise or green. Medium and dark stained wood with leather and hide elements make great accents alongside more elegant Spanish-inspired fixtures. And let’s not forget about the beautiful Native American or Moroccan textiles, weavings, baskets, and pottery. Select the elements you like, and mix to your heart’s content!
Changing up your style doesn't have to mean starting from scratch just adding a few different pieces can change your entire look. Pop in store or online to shop Cushions, Pendants, Rugs and Rattan.
Inspo pics taken from some of our favourite creatives and of course Pinterest.