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Design Direction

Trend: Neutrals Warm Up

Design Direction: Modern Nomad

If you love a minimalist or clean design look, we know you’re going to love the latest trend brought to you by Brosa. Think neutrals, but with a difference. Introducing: Neutrals Warm Up.

Neutrals Warm Up is an extension of the soft, comfortable neutrals palette trend with a slight difference. This time, the colours feel super cosy. We want our customers to really relax into their space. It’s time we make the most of relaxing and give ourselves time for self-care, whether that’s listening to great tunes, diving into a book or taking an afternoon nap.

What is Neutrals Warm Up?

What is Neutrals Warm Up?

What is Neutrals Warm Up?

This is a trend for lovers of a minimalist or contemporary aesthetic. It’s all about embracing comfort and relaxation, without sacrificing style. The refreshed neutral palette with an injection of honey, barley and chalk tones, helps create inviting spaces that evoke a sense of calm.

What does Neutrals Warm Up look like?

The Neutrals Warm Up trend is ideal for chilled living and lounging (and who doesn’t need more of that?!). The refreshed colour palette remains neutral and flexible, while bringing some cosy vibes in barley, honey and chalk tones. Think large sofas and ottomans in warm neutrals for generous, inviting and calm spaces. Subtle rugs underfoot add an element of texture and amp up the comfort factor.

Timber accents, such as smooth round coffee tables in honey and caramel tones, offset cool greys and create a focal - yet functional - point in a room. Earthy brown features as an accent colour in this trend, seen in textiles and ceramics that work in with key furniture pieces. Hero fabrics include soft leathers and linens in natural warm shades. Just add complementary soft furnishings to complete the look.