If you are looking for a chair that will fully complement your space and make a powerful statement, then look no further because the Gold Flamingo Clio is a fashion office chair is what you need. The chair has a slight bucket shape, and it’s available in 12 jewel-toned shades.
It’s super soft, easy to assemble, and has that really glam look to it. Moreover, Gold Flamingo Chair is amazingly comfortable, and it will be a great addition to your home office. It offers great back support and looks fantastic at the same time.
Positano Task Chair
The Positano Task Chair is the most suitable option for people who are more into a professional and clean look. This faux leather chair has a high back, integrated arms, and a nailhead trim for an additional touch.
We should mention that the Positano Task Chair scored some pretty high reviews, and people like this design type. Therefore, if you want your office to look more professional and prefer a minimalistic look, this office chair is the right choice.
It’s comfortable, and the back is just the right height, regardless of your size, whether you are petite or tall.
Serta Leighton office chair
To be honest, this chair is amazing for your butt support. On top of that, its stylish design will make your space even more beautiful. Serta Leighton chair has an elegantly crafted frame with a chrome finish.
On the other hand, the seat and arms are packed with memory foam for better comfort, while the 360-degree swivel option and adjustable height ensure stability and improved movement. Many people mentioned this chair is super comfortable and that it improves the look of their working space.
Branch Daily Chair
If you need ergonomic support, then you will love Branch Daily Chair. The interesting thing about this chair is that it’s made of 70% of recycled materials and features contoured nylon back and lumbar rest for better support.
The mesh material will improve air circulation, and the color of this chair will fit any décor. We have to say that it’s a bit pricier than previous models, but it’s well worth it.
It seems that carpet trends have never been so innovative until 2021. If you love walking on soft, plush carpets that feel like a dream, then we have a couple of rug trends that will blow your mind.
In the past couple of decades, carpets have gotten a bad rep for being your parent’s flooring choice; however, things have changed significantly. We now have rugs infused with style and youth.
Modern carpets no longer play the role of faceless background in the interior, nor are homeowners interested in products that simply look lifeless. Carpets have assumed a really important part of décor, and we will suggest some of the most promising carpet trends for 2021.
Eco – friendly
Pollution problems are closely related to all people who want to embrace eco-style and not just prestigious and fashionable trends. By accepting environmental friendliness, we get to interact with nature in a safe and unique way. That’s why many manufacturers focus on recycled materials.
For instance, nowadays, you can purchase rugs made of different types of recycled materials like sisal products. This eco-friendly flooring solution contains rope-like structures, which provide a unique feel to any space.
Self-expression is one of the primary principles in interior design. Therefore, when purchasing a carpet, don’t be afraid to demonstrate your personality and make some bold moves. Keep in mind that conflicting patterns and inappropriate color combinations define maximalism.
You could, for example, mix and match your vibrant walls with patterned carpet. There is nothing wrong with this combination. In fact, it will highlight your personality and show who imaginative you can be. However, don’t go overboard because even the most eccentric manifestation should be done with a sense of taste and style.
In some cases, even the most popular rugs can look like they have been stripped from color and pattern. Even though it looks thoroughly rubbed, we aren’t talking about a vintage carpet, but an entirely new flooring solution.
Special dying achieves this type of aging effect while the pile is removed industrially. Be aware that these rugs can look great in your home, cottage, or any other place where you need that special vintage touch. On the other hand, you can check out Turkish or Persian rugs to add visual interest to your staircase.
Go for natural fibers
If you can’t decide between hardwood and carpets, consider natural fiber rugs. We mentioned in the previous sections some of them, like sisal. However, your choice isn’t limited only to this material; you should know that seagrass, wool, and jute are amazing alternatives to hardwood.
We should mention that these materials provide homeowners a similar organic feel and look, but without a maintenance or price tag that comes with hardwood.
So, next time when you are updating your floorings, think about this option are as well. These days, you can find many interior designer rugs with natural fibers, which is a huge trend.
Who would have thought that animal print could become trendy, right? But, if you want to accomplish maximalism, this is one of the ways to do it. You should consider setting up bold animal print carpets.
However, keep in mind that this look isn’t for shy homeowners but for people who want to make a statement and add a lot of texture to their homes. Of course, you shouldn’t cover your entire home with leopard or zebra patterns. If you are worried about overwhelming your space, avoid using too many decorations.
Try subtle patterns
Patterned carpets aren’t too challenging to set up, and they can offer plenty of texture to your living space while making a simple room feel finished and elegant. But, as we mentioned earlier, not every home is suitable for patterned carpets.
If animal print isn’t your cup of tea, keep in mind that subtle patterns are equally trendy as leopard ones. They will add a special touch to your room, but without overtaking the space. For example, you can go for low-key patterns in neutral colors, like white or gray, for a contemporary feel and look.
Make it simple
Last but not least, this rug design trend relates to making things simple. Sometimes you don’t need bold colors or flashy patterns to make a statement. In most cases, classics are too good to fade away. If you are laying carpet in the living room or family rooms, then neutral-colored carpet could be the best option.
Do worry about feeling outdated. Buy a woven or low-pile carpet instead of high-pile. You could pair your leather or dark furniture with beige carpet. This is a great combination for many living rooms. And, after all, the classic look is always trendy, so you can hardly make a mistake with this one.
Our ‘Under the Sea’ collection is inspired by the ocean and the little-known, unusual creatures that inhabit it. All of our rugs and wallpapers are custom-made to your specifications.
Geometric prints are classic décor staples that are graceful and versatile. Choose from a range of dazzling concepts ranging from contemporary circles to traditional trellises.
The beauty of geometric decor is that it is are subtle yet vivid. Subtlety comes from repetition of classic shapes and patterns. Vividness pops with all non-solid patterns.
Our newest ‘Aerial’ collection is inspired by views of the earth from above, including mountains, fields, cities and more. The versatile, geometric patterns of the ‘Aerial’ collection can be effortlessly integrated into a wide variety of stylish, contemporary interior spaces.
We are able to customize our designs to almost any size to suit your space, and are happy to create custom colourways for you. We also offer a sample service for both rugs and wallpaper.
You can order these as 30cm X 30cm rug samples in any colourway and finish. All of our rugs are custom made-to-order, hand-tufted, 100% wool.
Please allow 6-8 weeks for manufacture and delivery. Delivery to mainland UK destinations is £24 per rug. Additional delivery charges apply to international destinations – please contact Interiors By Element for a quote.
Our newest wallpaper collection, rock and mineral-inspired ‘Geology’ is all about geometric sophistication. Simple geometric shapes such as squares and rectangles are paired in unusual ways, while hues of silver an burnt orange complement our signature turquoise and violet colorways.
Geode: Inspired by a layered, circular crystal formation. Standard repeat size is 52cm x 64cm.
Formation: A seemingly random arrangement of orderly, cube-shaped mineral crystals. Standard repeat size is 52cm x 64cm.
Shard: Inspired by an image of a bright light hitting a rectangular crystal structure, this versatile design comes in five colourways for a range of applications. Standard repeat size is 32cm x 64cm.
Prism: An elegant design inspired by a delicate, fan-like formation of mineral crystals. Standard repeat size is 42cm x 64cm.
Shatter: A depiction of the seemingly haphazard arrangement of minute components seen in some types of crystal formations. Standard repeat size is 52cm x 64cm.
Polygon: Inspired by the structured yet irregular nature of a rock surface. Standard repeat size is 52cm x 64cm.
Element Interiors wallpapers are available at £34.95 per square metre. Please email us at hello ‘at’ interiorsbyelement.com to place your order. At the time of ordering, please let us know the number of square metres you require and the dimensions of the wall(s) you intend to cover.
All wallpapers are custom printed to your specifications, easy to apply water-activated and pre-pasted. Please allow 10-15 working days for production and delivery. Delivery to mainland UK destinations is £9.95 per order. Additional delivery charges apply to international destinations.
With the launch of our cushions collection a few weeks ago and our continued theme of giving you a ‘behind-the-scenes’ look at our manufacturing processes on this blog, we thought we would give you a little insight into digital fabric printing, which is our method of choice when it comes to producing the beautiful fabrics on our cushions.
Simply put, digital printing on fabric involves using a large fabric inkjet printer that works similarly to a paper inkjet printer. Despite being a relatively technique, as with digital wallpaper printing rapid advances in technology have caused digital fabric printing to recently gain widespread popularity. While the earliest digitally printed fabrics were not as as crisp and vibrant as screenprinted fabrics, digital printing has now evolved to such an extent that that on a flat, graphic design you can hardly tell the difference between a digitally printed fabric and a screenprinted one, except perhaps for the number of colours. It is possible to print digitally onto a wide range of fabrics, including cottons, silks, linens and jerseys, and all fabric must be treated with a coating to allow it to absorb the inks before it is printed on.
Digital fabric printing has many of the same advantages as digital wallpaper printing that we discussed in this post. There are great advantages for small producers as, although there are some small financial gains to be made in relation to set-up costs from printing large quantities of fabric at once, it is still much more feasible and cost effective to digitally print small runs of fabric than to screen print them. Digital fabric printing is also easier and less cumbersome – everything is printed from files that can be emailed and there is no need to transport and store screens, which leads to shorter lead times. Furthermore, as with digital wallpaper printing, there is no limit to the number of colours that can be included within a fabric design that is produced digitally. As we love rich and varied colour, this is great for us as it allows to use a wide range of our signature vibrant colours within our cushion designs.
In terms of environmental impact, digital fabric printing is a great choice. It uses water-based inks, as well as using much less ink overall than screenprinting does. Furthermore, as there is no need to wash screens to change colours, much less water is used as well. Finally, digital fabric printing also helps create less waste by allowing you to produce a print in the exact shape and size that is required for a product, rather than printing rolls of fabric by the metre and then cutting out the amount you actually need.
Finally, and perhaps most importantly, digital fabric printing offers unparalleled design freedom and possibilities for fabric design. The digital method allows you to engineer prints to fit the shape of a particular product, which gives you much more control over where exactly on a product a pattern motif will appear. For our cushions for example, this means that we can print each cushion cover individually as a square in the size that we need rather than having to print a whole roll of a repeating pattern and then trying to crop out the ‘good’ bits to use, which would create inconsistencies among the products.
In addition, digital printing allows you to take a much more photographic or mixed media approach to designing, as it is easier to print things like 3D gradients and texture digitally. Using techniques such as layering photographic and illustrative styles thus creates a sense of depth and a level of complexity in fabric design that cannot be achieved through screen printing, and leads to some exciting results!
Best Digital Fabric Print Designs
See below some of our favourites from leading digital fabric print designers:
This is one of my favorite digital fabric print artists. Ana Romero makes designs with a photographic, detailed 3-dimensional quality that is only possible to create with digital printing.
Inspired by natural formations such as minerals and stones, Richard Weston makes digitally printed scarves also have a photographic, textured quality.
This beautiful silk scarf by Silken Flavours demonstrates the high level of detail and number of colours that is possible through digital fabric printing.