After the shock of 2020, a “less is more” approach to life is gaining traction. Most of us are seeking a lifestyle that is kinder to us and kinder to the environment.
There’s nothing particularly avant garde about the popularity of Boho Chic in Australia – especially in coastal enclaves, where the culture lends itself to a more natural, laid-back look – nevertheless, it’s interesting to watch its popularity spread to urban areas.
Pink now represents compassion, nurturing and love, and is, thankfully, losing its gender overtones of the 50s. That’s why we’re seeing it in every room of the house and designers are embracing its shades for campaigns and feminism to depict strength.
While white and natural sofas are a stylist’s best friend, the colour is obviously not for everyone – ahem, young families and pet-lovers – and fortunately, many of the linen-look fabrics we are seeing in our stores right now are made from a blend of fibres that make them more durable and stain-resistant. Some sofas even come with slip-on covers for ease of cleaning.