From rich clay colours and natural fabrics to delicate botanical details, Woolworths draws inspiration from nature this winter. Here are some of the top décor trends to look forward to:

 

  1. Natural Materials

Natural textiles and simple ceramics lend themselves to a rustic and oxidized aesthetic this season, which can be felt in Woolworths’ new range of crockery and cookware. Current themes of cork and wood mixed with marble and mineral finishes are explored in popular kitchenware items, including the contemporary bamboo steamer, marble rolling pin and handy tapas board.

David Jones’ luxurious premium range calls on a sophisticated and elegant look involving metallic details, exquisite velvets and linens, intricate mini geo-patterns and touches of copper and silver.

 

  1. Artisanal creations

The perfection and imperfection of the natural world is celebrated in this collection with artistic detail and creative craft. Keep your eyes peeled for a range of unique terracotta and ceramic dishes available in chalky steel, burnt oranges and weathered whites. Woodland foliage bursts out of scatter cushions and patchwork throws, intertwined with folkloric animals and lush tropical foliage. Handrawn florals and delicate watercolours illuminate teacups, table cloths and platters, speaking to a theme of botanical beauty.

 

  1. Rich Hues  

This collection promises a palette of lush and earthy colours, from woven throws dressed in honeyed sunlight and saffron, to textured teal placemats, and linen in smoky grey. You can also expect to find shades of vegetable green, charcoal and blush in Studio W’s collection of sleek homeware items this season.

Keep an eye out for these tastefully implemented themes in Woolworths stores countrywide, as well as online at www.woolworths.co.za from April 2017.

From rich clay colours and natural fabrics to delicate botanical details, Woolworths draws inspiration from nature this winter. Here are some of the top décor trends to look forward to: