This year, we’ll be looking to the stars for design inspiration. This trend incorporates all things interstellar. Think stylish star prints and metallic touches, contrasted against inky hues and dramatic dark tones.
An easy way to add interest to your home is through bold, statement wall art. Opt for an oversized constellations print like this one from Mind the Gap. Hang it above your fireplace or in the bedroom for a dramatic focal point. If you’re looking for something a little alternative, Essential Collection’s Brass Stars Wall Art will bring metallic chic to any room. Place against a dark blue wall to make the stars truly shine.
For a more subtle touch of interstellar, add some space-inspired accessories to your home. Large star motifs are perfect for an understated cosmic touch, and Jan Constantine’s Six Star Cushion brings sequins into the mix for added texture. If you prefer a retro look, Wild & Wolf’s Night Sky Globe beautifully incorporates shimmering constellations and a timeless design that will make the perfect modern heirloom.
We’re also seeing some abstract interpretations on the constellation trend, with the demand for metallic prints and materials showing no signs of fading. Swoon’s Ziggy Sideboard has a star-burst design that’ll bring vintage glamour to your living space. Whilst Graham & Green’s Cowhide Gold Star Rug will bring starry allure to any room.
Constellations and star patterns are also inspiring tableware collections, so expect to see more of these designs emerging in the new year. One of our favourite glassware brands, LSA International, have dedicated an entire range to all things interstellar. Their Space collection is ‘inspired by planets, rockets and clusters of stars’, and will bring sophisticated style to your dining table.