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Giant Bears Top Spring & Summer Interior Design Trends

As we welcome the warmer months, interior design trends for Spring & Summer this year invite us to refresh our spaces with a blend of bold aesthetics, tactile materials, and artistic touches. From the lively vibrancy of bold colours to the unique statement of Giant Bear sculptures, these trends cater to a wide range of tastes and styles, ensuring every home can experience a touch of rejuvenation.

Join us as we explore what's hot this summer, and how you can style your home with the latest interior design trends!

Giant Bear Gorilla Sculpture in Pop Art

Giant Bears Top 6 Spring & Summer Interior Design Trends

1. Giant Bear Sculptures: A Statement of Artistic Flair

Giant Bear Gorilla & Bear sculptures are truly timeless pieces that will accentuate your interior design no matter what the season; however, this spring & summer is set to be huge with Giant Bear Sculptures taking interior designers by storm! Our sculptures are available in 3 sizes, 50cm, 135cm and 165cm, each size is available in a variety of styles and colours, meaning there is something for each taste and colour scheme. All sculptures are made here in the UK by our talented artists and can be ordered via our website.

Where to Place: 

In the living room, position a Giant Bear sculpture beside a large window to create a stunning silhouette against natural light, or place one in your hallway to greet guests with a statement piece that sparks conversation.

2. Vivid Colours and Earthy Tones

Where to Use:

Kitchen cabinets in shades of Peach Fuzz or a Riad Terracotta accent wall in the dining room can energise and define the space. Soft furnishings like cushions and throws in vibrant hues can be swapped seasonally to refresh the living room or bedroom without major redecoration.

Inspiration Room: An olive green wall in a study enhances concentration and brings the outdoors inside, paired with natural wood furniture for a grounded feel.

3. Organic and Handcrafted Lighting

Where to Install: 

This has been a popular interior design trend for a few years now, and it doesn't look to be going away anytime soon! Try hanging a handcrafted rattan pendant light over a dining table to add extra warmth and texture for your interior design, or use sculptural brass table lamps in the bedroom for an intimate lighting source that doubles as decor.

How to Incorporate: A cluster of wicker pendant lights of varying sizes can create a focal point in a high-ceilinged hallway or above a staircase, adding drama and warmth.

4. Retro Vibes: Bringing Back the Old-School Cool

Where to Decorate: 

Introduce a vibrant, patterned sofa in the living room or retro-inspired bar stools in the kitchen. Wallpaper one feature wall with a geometric or psychedelic print to capture the essence of the trend.

How to Style: Mix and match mid-century modern furniture with bold, patterned cushions and a shag rug to infuse a lounge area with a sense of fun and nostalgia.

5. Playful Minimalism

Where to Apply:

 Use a monochrome palette in the bedroom with textured throws and curtains to add depth while keeping the base colours calm and neutral. In the living room, incorporate clear lines and functional furniture with playful, colourful accents like vases or artworks.

How to achieve the look: A minimalist living room with a soft, neutral colour scheme can be enhanced with bright, sculptural pieces like a bold red armchair or a sunny yellow ottoman.

6. Chunky Porcelain and Bold Textiles

Where to Use: 

Set the dining table with chunky porcelain for a touch of whimsy at meal times, or dress up a guest bathroom with bold, patterned hand towels and a statement vase.

For Inspiration: Use large, colourful porcelain serving bowls and platters as both functional items and display pieces on open kitchen shelving. Pair these with vibrant, patterned curtains in a breakfast nook for a cheerful start to the day.

This year, Spring/Summer's interior design trends are all about making personal statements through bold colours, engaging textures, and unique decorative items. By integrating these elements, you can create spaces that are not only stylish but also deeply personal and inviting.

outside modern home with 2 giant bear sculptures and 3 women sat on sofa