The Coastal trend has been given an exciting refresh with a collection that comes in a palette of blues, neutrals and raw materials, including furniture in rattan, bamboo, teak and accessories in textured linen blends, jute, mosaic and patterned prints.
“Coastal can also have a tropical island feel by adding natural materials, such as jute and rattan, in occasional and decorative pieces,” says Freedom interior decorator, Elise Cooper.
For a bold look that's rich in colour and pattern, the Retro collection ticks all the boxes. Start with mid-century furniture then add accessories in bold colours.
“Combining blocks of on-trend colours such as mustard, burgundy red and teal with luxurious tan leather and neutral fabrics, warm timber tones and pops of gold will ensure you bring this retro look to life,” says Elise.
If you’re a fan of soft tones and pretty florals, the Bloom range is perfect. This pastel-hued trend offers a range of furniture and homewares in luxe materials, including velvet, timber, marble and brass.
And for those who love to entertain and make the most of the outdoors over the warmer months, your balcony or backyard is covered with Freedom’s outdoor collection.
“For timeless appeal, keep your outdoor furniture more neutral and just like the interior of your house, your outdoor space can be updated with decorator pieces such as soft furnishings, lanterns and planters,” says Elise.
The new Freedom Furniture range is in stores now.
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