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The interiors trends of 2018 are a bit familiar: there are echoes of 2017’s greatest hits, but they’re back with a deeper sense of luxury, subtlety and grown-up appeal

18th February, 2018
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Manuel Canovas combines ruby red and burgundy

I went to the (concurrent) Déco Off and Maison&Objet Paris interiors fairs last month all prepared for radical interior styles, unusual colour trends and innovative furniture and fabric design trends for 2018.

And, albeit welcomed, it was a surprise to see that in most of this year’s collections, so many of the trends weren’t in fact new or radical at all. Many were simply a baby step away from near-identical recent colour,...

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