“Olives greens, browns and terracotta mixed with off-whites for freshness is the trick,” Tracey says. “Warm walnut timbers in furnishings and feature walls can add warmth to the space and complement the earthy interior design.”
Again, textures are great. “Go for rattan pendants for a light and airy feel, or even a more glamorous black and gold combination for your light fittings with a slightly more modern design.”
Pot plants were huge back in the ‘80s, and Tracey has seen the green come back in spades. “That’s a definite throwback, and we’re also seeing the return of macrame wall coverings and hanging baskets too,” she says.
Bringing lots of greenery into your home is a great way to breathe fresh air into your home, both visually and literally. You can read more about how to achieve the look with low-maintenance indoor plants here.