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Redbrick’s Interior Designer shares some of her tips for interior inspiration

Redbrick’s Interior Designer shares some of her tips for interior inspiration

During the last year we have all been taking a closer look at how we can improve our spaces and now more than ever we are spending time to discover the small things that can really make a difference to our days.

We asked Redbrick’s Interior Designer, Jessica Herman, to share some of her favourite pieces and trends to help reinvent and refresh our homes for the year ahead.

Serious Dreamer print, Heal's

Minimalist Artwork

I love the simplicity of the Serious Dreamer Print by LouLou Avenue at Heal's
This minimalist design draws inspiration from emotive facial expressions, vintage portrait photography and graffiti art. I love to combine different posters and prints to create an impactful and individual gallery wall.

True Scandinavian Styling

The modern design of the Carmo sofa from Boconcept is stunning with its cubic look which is perfectly accentuated by exclusive piping details. The Carmo is also super comfortable (don’t be fooled by the straight lines). The open detail creates a dynamic, welcoming atmosphere - the perfect addition for the integrated areas of open-plan living.

Carmo sofa, BoConcept
Little Greene Paint

Stone Colour Palette

Using warm neutral tones in the home is a simple way to create a relaxing, comforting space. The new 'Stone' colour palette by Little Greene Paint Co. has a great variety of subtle shades that provide a restful alternative to cooler grey and blue hues; they are warm, relaxing and simple to complement with a range of fabrics and furnishings.


Architectural Armchairs

I love the link between architecture and interiors and reflecting that through furniture. The Kyo armchair from Ditre Italia is characterised by its architectural design and metal framework that upholds the almost suspended seat and backrest. This elegant armchair design is customisable with three different frame finishes and a variety of fabrics and leathers so you can really adapt it to your space and reflect your own styling.

Kyo armchair, Ditre Italia
Bikaner rug, Cotswold Grey

Brown Tones

As well as using the warmer neutral tones in paint, I love combining different shades across various products to add layer and depth in a scheme. The random flecked colour palette in the Bikaner rug from Cotswold Grey creates an interesting surface without having a pattern, meaning it will suit any room and any interior style.


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