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Trend Alert: How eclectic interiors came back in fashion

July 20th, 2020

Minimalist Scandinavian design has enjoyed a long stint as the style du jour with monochrome palettes and sleek lines reigning supreme across our Instagram feeds and glossy magazines. Whilst minimalism is in no threat of becoming obsolete, there’s another style rearing its head and is set to be the growing trend of the decade: Maximalism.

According to Kate Watson-Smyth,  award-winning interiors journalist and Mad about the House blogger, we’re entering a new decade of individuality which has stemmed from more environmentally conscious consumerism coming into play. Interiors enthusiasts are turning towards vintage, bespoke and quality items to furnish and dress their homes which naturally lends itself to building a unique and eclectic style. This year, the landscape is shifting towards a more maximalist-focused aesthetic.  

Conscious consumerism is making waves in the interiors world and helping to shift the landscape towards more maximalist focused design as people seek out quality. Think less mass-produced, more bespoke. Buy once, buy better. At Bisque, we’re proud to have been producing quality products that are built with longevity in mind – add to that our bespoke colour-matching service and we help our customers choose wisely to create the spaces with bags of personality.

No matter how eclectic (or minimalist) the space, Bisque is sure to have a finish or colourway to complement your overall design, creating a space that feels like it has been made with purpose. Some of our most popular bespoke finishes include Rustique, Rose Copper or our Etched Copper Arteplano.  

For those seeking individualist and eclectic interiors, a bold, dramatic radiator and wall combination is a great way to show off your bold style. Check out more on our finishes here: 


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