Over 100 interior experts, journalists and influencers attended the exclusive event to launch the Harvey Norman Interiors Spring Summer 2018 collection on the evening of Wednesday 21st March, 2018 in the Flagship store, Tallaght. The event celebrated the retailer’s collaborations with workshops, demonstrations, trends talks, pillow measuring in the Sleep Studio and the launch of their new Faux Flower Shop. The evening was focused on their Irish collaborations in particular with brands like Colourtrend, Scatterbox, Kingkoil, Thermo Pure, Wellbeing, Briody, Emerald Isle and of course the Irish made velvet upholstered quartz green “Studio” sofa that dons the front cover of Spring Summer catalogue. Harvey Norman calls this season’s trends, the scaffolding of the catalogue.
If you are looking for trends that will stand the test of time, then Beeten Track is the Spring Summer 2018 trend for you. Two key colours of the movement, both inspired by food, are celery and beetroot. Moving from 2017 to 2018, we see greens becoming gentler. We’re already seeing purple being used in advertising and pantone has named Ultra Violet the colour of 2018. To bring this trend to life in your home you can simply combine homewares and paint.
Maximus Corner Sofa €1,999. Textured Oval Glass Pendant Light €100 each, Faux Flowers from €3 Bouquets from €120.
This trend is all about the subtle move away from our dependence on grey. Base colours will gradually change to fresher tones, like the soft peaches seen here. The HN Interiors new collection of floral digital prints can be seen on gorgeous velvet feather-filled cushions. They’ve chosen furniture with a contemporary feel, but with materials that are warm and nostalgic.
Cushions from €20, Danny 3-Seater Sofa €499, Armchair €449
Embrace the gold around you! Take it one step further and marry it with yellow. The trend has been influenced by the resurgence of the arts and crafts movement; a movement that advocates a return to traditional methods of crafting. The hero of this look is the ‘Zoey’ Chaise Sofa, shown in mustard quilted velvet and also available in more muted tones.
Zoey Chaise Sofa €1499, Nest Office Chair €179, Writex Desk €279, City Lights 12′ Globe €130, Reef Ochre Rug 160x230cm €280.
In fashion, you know you can always rely on your key basics to underpin any decent outfit. Everyday Luxe does exactly the same for your home. It’s not a ‘here one minute, gone the next’ type trend. The furniture pieces are solid and dependable. Lighting is such an important part of interiors, so why do we spend so little time thinking about it? There have been huge changes in lighting in recent years with LED leading the way on a technological front and from a design perspective, the choices are practically endless.
Mirrors from €60, Light-up globes from €105, Holli Corner Sofa €2699 and Erika Coffee Table €399.
We’ve designed a collection of products that make the most of the space available, helping you to build a beautiful home interior, with clever furniture that fits home and life.
Bristol Extending Dining Table €49, Smart 2-Seater Sofa Bed €1799.
Glass finishes provide your home with a light, airy feel that can help create the illusion of space. Easy to clean and always modern, glass tops can fit effortlessly into any existing decor.
Lucci Extending Dining Table €1999, Calvino Chair €229.
Just like a fine wine, wood ages beautifully and has done so already to bring character to your home. Not only does it offer warmth to a space, but also a sense of calmness, and it can be adapted to changing interior trends.
Stockholm Dining Table €899, Carver Chair €249, Bench €349, Sideboard €1199
It’s new to dining furniture, but it is already used in so many other ways. It’s modern finished will ensure your table is functional and beautiful.
Callisto Extending Dining Table €1299, Aletta Chair €199
The instant attraction of marble is its sense of heritage as a natural material formed over thousands of years ago.
Carlow Dining Table €999, Console Table €699, Small Sideboard €945, Hutch €899, Elsa Dining Chair €145
It’s an evolution of classic pieces into everyday essentials. This unfolding has led to innovation in new bed designs at Harvey Norman. Whether you are in search of a statement bed or a more practical solution, we have it.
Brandon Double Bed Frame €499, Zayden Double bed Frame €449, Bedside Table €149, Retro Tea Chair €599
Each of us sleeps differently and Harvey Norman works closely with their manufacturers create tailor-made mattresses to cater for every type of sleeper, from luxurious to robust. 75% of Harvey Norman’s mattresses are made in Ireland.
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