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Spring 2015 trends for your home

PUBLISHED: 15:38 12 February 2015 | UPDATED: 09:16 15 May 2015

Curiosity Interiors

Curiosity Interiors

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Vintage themes, big patterns and floral upholstery are all the rage this coming year. Curiosity Interiors offer some new ideas to smarten up your home and add some brightness!

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The top 3 this season..

1. At The Races - Capture a glimpse of Ascot and The Grand National in your home, with this gorgeous equine bronze style horse and jockey figure and vintage art prints.

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2. Vintage Study - Keep things classic with our ranges of vintage style interiors made with bronze, leather and wood textures. Traditional decorative pieces like these carved bronze effect hounds, antique style wall clocks, leather frame chairs and a collection of inspirational worded plaques will look great in any setting, adding a timeless quality.

3. Floral Brights - Infuse your space with colour, pattern and bold prints from the newest Voyage Maison Collections. Zesty limes, deep magentas and soft oranges adorn the latest floral soft furnishings, art prints, lamp shades and upholstery. Or why not indulge in this fabulous, vibrant armchair made using Liberty London fabrics.

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