Interior design meets fashion
Let’s combine fashion and interior design! Did you know that fashion trends also fit perfectly in your interior? In this blog, we would like to show you how we bring these two worlds together.
Trend 1: summer black
When we think of spring or summer, we think of soft colours, blooming flowers and, above all, a resurgence of sunny days. What we don't immediately think of is the colour black. Yet black is a dominant colour in spring and summer 2023. For instance, we are seeing lots of black lace and sheer fabrics returning in fashion trends.
This trend can also be applied to your window covering. The transparent fabrics allow for plenty of natural light, which still gives you a bright look. In our extensive collection, you can choose between numerous types of fabrics in the colour black. Would you still prefer to limit natural light? Of course, that too is possible. There are various transparency options, which means you can match your draperies perfectly to the room in which they will hang.
- Siena 120, a voile fabric into which a velour thread was woven. In this way, we obtain a semi-transparent velour look.
- 2200-coal, a transparent fabric that uses the same privacy benefits as Squid. Squid is a unique, self-adhesive fabric that offers a high-quality alternative to adhesive film. With Squid, people can’t see through the window from outside, but you can still enjoy the incident daylight and outdoor views yourself to the fullest. At dusk, views are less obstructed.
- Linbo 120, a structured fabric that gives your window covering greater depth while blocking light. As a result, this fabric is perfect for making your sleeping environment cosy and dark.
Black is a neutral colour that can work well with a variety of design styles. Moreover, dark window covering makes the other colours in your interior stand out even more. Whether you’re going for a classic look or a modern vibe, black window covering always fits.
Trend 2: Green shades
The colour green takes centre stage in 2023, not only in fashion but also in interior design. Green has a calming effect on the mind and body, making it a popular choice for creating a relaxing environment.
Green is a versatile colour that is easy to style. It can be used as a statement colour, but also as a soft colour that brings with it the calming effects of nature. Combine green with earthy tones or warm wood types to really bring nature into your home.
Green is also often associated with ecology and sustainability. At Inside, we realise all too well that everything has an impact on the planet. Our goal? To make our production process and product range eco-friendly, recycled/recyclable, degradable or self-sustainable by 2025. We are even working on fabrics made from recycled threads. More information in autumn 2023.
Trend 3: sheer
In spring 2023, we will see lots of transparent fabrics in the fashion world. These fabrics are perfect for creating layers to obtain a unique outfit. At Inside, we have a wide range of (semi-)transparent fabrics. Ideal for creating a soft look with pleasant light in your interior. They are available in a wide range of colours and textures. Plenty to choose from! By the way, did you know that these fabrics are also perfect for when you want to combine window coverings? Read more about this in our blog: Why choose one type of window covering when you can combine two?