Photo: Marks & Spencer
1. Textured carpets
The Nevis rug (left) is a Kimbie wool product designed by Studio Aoüt. Photo: JAB / Storm carpet from the Secrets collection (linen, viscose). Photo: Photo: La Redoute
Look for textured carpets with varying pile heights for added depth and visual dynamism, and a pleasant tactile feel when walking barefoot.
2. Unusual covers
Otomi decorative pillow with embroidery. Photo: Marks & Spencer
Asma cushion cover, woven using macrame technique. Photo: Madura
Made in deep pile Murrine Delft fabric. Photo: Designers Guild
One of the easiest ways to freshen up your interior is to change your decorative pillow covers. This summer, designers are advised to choose trendy new clothes, decorated with traditional techniques: embroidery, lace and macrame.
3. Upholstery with active pattern
Brighton sofa upholstered in natural poplin Ibiza fabric (design by Manuel Canovas). Photo: Sofas & Stuff
Sasha armchair with edging. Photo: Darlings of Chelsea
Sorrento pouf from the Anemones collection (80 × 35 cm). Photo: Missoni Home
For a significant transformation of the interior, it is enough to prefer a monochromatic upholstery of upholstered furniture "alongside" with an active pattern. In this case, fabrics with a summer thematic pattern, for example, a floral one, are relevant.
4. Bright curtains
Draperies from the Lohko collection. Photo: Scion
Roller blind Fun Party Animals. Photo: English Blinds
Roller blind from the PS 2017 series.Photo: IKEA
Cotton Jungle drape. Photo: Tom Tailor
Lupiini curtain (Connections collection). Photo: Vallila
Curtain Cirkus. Photo: Ellos Home
Another way to change the scenery is to "change" the windows. A fashionable trick is to use draperies from fabrics with a dissimilar pattern. And for protection from the scorching sun, roller blinds are best suited, with which you can easily adjust the lighting.
5. Textile lampshades
Hangers made of textiles with pom-poms. Photo: Love Frankie
Solviden LED lamps with polyester lampshade. Photo: IKEA
Flamingo table lamp with painted metal base and textile shade. Photo: Sisters Guild
It is easy to change the impression of the interior with the help of bright textile lampshades. Designers advise using them as a decorative accent in rooms with white or pastel walls. In this case, the desired frame for the light can be ordered in the studio or created on your own.
6. Finishing the head of the bed
Bed upholstered in Tetbury Spring linen with watercolors. Photo: Bluebellgray
Headboard trimmed with Tamarinda textiles in floral print. Photo: Jane Churchill
Lovers of unusual details can transform the finish of the headboard. Choose a fabric that matches the overall textile design of the bed as the material for the cover or banner. An easy way is to opt for companion fabrics from the same collection.
7. Bed linen in juicy shades
Cotton bedding set with a bright tulip field print. Photo: Zara Home
bed linen decorated with drawings on the theme of tropical flora and fauna. Photo: H&M
Percale bedding with leaf pattern. Photo: Zara Home
Bed linen and bedspread from the Jeté de Lin collection in natural linen. Photo: Blanc Cerise
Eliota bedding set with a pattern inspired by South American art. Photo: La Redoute
To create summer excitement in the bedroom, call on textiles with rich colors and vibrant patterns characteristic of this time of year. For the hot season, bed linen made of light natural fabrics is suitable.
8. Bathroom textiles
Evasion embroidered hand towel. Photo: Yves Delorme
Cotton towel set with pom poms. Photo: Zara Home
The most intimate room in the house also requires a textile makeover! For example, a set of turquoise towels will help bring a nautical feel to your bathroom. Products can also be designed with stripes or embellished with embroidery or playful pom-poms.
9. Kitchen accessories
Bloom cotton tablecloth with digitally printed watercolor floral print. Photo: Crate and Barrel
Cotton apron Uddig. Photo: IKEA
Table serving track from the Sommar 2017 collection. Photo: IKEA
Waffle kitchen towel "Honeycomb" with a floral print. Photo: Zara Home
It is advisable to change textiles not only in the dining room, but also in the kitchen, adding a few fresh accessories: a colorful potholder, an apron or a waffle towel.