Reimagine your home this Spring with designer trends

on 06 April 2018.

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Spring is bursting through the thaw and with it comes the delicious prospect of embellishing our homes with vibrant, fresh colours to encapsulate the season.

Trending this Spring are bold primary shades and contemporary prints with geometric accents featuring in new wallpaper and cushions designs as well as botanical influences with beautifully intricate floral patterns and classic prints.

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D&R Furnishers, best known on the High street for its exquisite fabrics and unusual wallpapers offers the epitome of classical and contemporary elegance with exclusive designer ranges being showcased this Spring. Amongst their extensive collection, they are featuring 3 new ranges with a fabulous 20% discount available for a limited period in April.

Browse in store now, to discover these fantastic new designs and reinvigorate your home:

“Scion” by Nuevo

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An eclectic range of vibrant fabrics and wallpapers, heavily influenced by Mexican and South American designs. Nuevo’s graphic, interlocking geometrics and flat-colour motifs reflect the move towards an ‘urban tribe’ trend

“Zapara” by Harlequin

A modern, fashion-inspired collection of fabrics and wallcoverings, which takes its name from an indigenous people native to the Amazon rainforest along the border of Ecuador and Peru. All the names within the range are derived from tropical plants and places, and this air of the exotic runs through the diverse collection.

“Embleton Bay” by Sandersons

Inspired by hand-drawn sketches of the elements that make up an idyllic hideaway, Embleton Bay collection captures the essence of peace and serenity found at the ocean’s edge and embodies the effortless harmony of nature found along the vast and varied coastline of the British Isles.

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