Beige, magnolia, ‘brilliant’ white and other neutrals are still the easy, comfortable and safe options when it comes to interiors but leading hotels and upholstery companies are encouraging a bold new age for colour and patterns.
The Blythswood Hotel in Glasgow and more recently The Caberfeidh in Stornoway (pictured above) have used bold colours of our heavier tweed and stand as great examples of how a textured ‘splash of colour’ can add even more warmth than a more traditional wallpaper or coat of paint.
We have a whole new range of bright coloured Harris Tweed in plain and patterned designs available at our Stornoway store. These standard weight fabrics are ideal for soft furnishings like curtains and cushions and the multitude of colours in our yarns help our patterns blend more easily to an existing colour scheme.
We have picked our TRT021 as an example. Bold blues with fawn plaid under a statement orange window pane. In interior design there is nothing wrong with neutrality but a cut of Harris Tweed could add both elegance and provenance to your home.