Have a sneak peek at the latest SS18 interior trends we'll be featuring in our six stunning roomsets.
From 17th March to 2nd April, we’re back at Ideal Home Show Olympia with six Good Homes roomsets, designed by the expert team behind your favourite magazine.
From dramatic kitchens to pared back living, read on for a sneak peek at what our stylists have in store, featuring various homeware from Tesco Fox & Ivy, Go Cook, BHS, Crown, Karndean, Walls and Floors, Albion, Bisque, CDA, Oak Furnitureland and Blinds2Go.
Pared back living room
Image: John Lewis Easdale Coffee Table Ink £499, Samantha Drum Shade £50, Findon Medium Sofa Beaulieu Lake Blue £1,699
This look is about slowing down and noticing the beauty of simple design done well; raw wood and touches of ochre and blush bring the space to life.
This new lifestyle embraces a move back to a simple aesthetic - smooth shapes, natural textures, warm colours of mustard, rose and burnt orange - embracing the Modern Maker culture.
Furniture and accessories are both considered with a pared-back, streamlined feel, giving the living room a relaxed and laidback atmoshpere. Special treatments have been applied to walls and floors, think cork flooring and clever wallcoverings to introduce texture.
Tesco will be revealing four fresh and inspirational trends with Capri and Willow, as well as Jardin and Soho within the Tesco exclusive premium homeware brand, Fox & Ivy. The roomset will provide pointers on how to transform living areas and help add the finishing touches to your home – whatever your taste.
‘Our concept for the roomset living room started with a utilitarian ethos that anyone can follow in their own home: strip back then layer up. Carefully considered furniture and textures, together with pops of on-trend accent colours, give this rustic scheme a warming, inviting feel,’ says Good Homes' style editor, Jessica Taverner, who oversees our decorating and shopping features, as well as the cover shoots.
White has no place here – pitch black reigns supreme across cabinets and appliances, paired with shimmering tones of copper and brass.
‘We’re doing something new for Good Homes’ kitchen roomset – we are embracing the power of black. This is a daring twist on the safety of monochrome: white is replaced with metallic hues to give this very contemporary space an undeniable, irresistible glamour,’ explains interior stylist Kate McPhee, who works on projects for magazines, television and events.
This gorgeous kitchen is a real statement. The modern, black units and glossy hi-tech black appliances from CDA make this room stand the test of time.
On-trend copper moves this on from a classic monochrome scheme to the latest looks for kitchens - use on worktops, splashbacks, cookware and accessories to add shiny mettallic accents. Extra-large, industrial-style pendants and grey-plank flooring complete the look to give this kitchen its sophisticated edge.
Luxe dining room
Dark and mysterious sum up this glamorous scheme, combining accents of gold and brass to create an intimate dining experience.
Creating a personal five-star dining experience in the comfort of your own home is easy with this moody and enigmatic scheme.
Mix gold and brass details with sparkling glassware and decadent touches of marble to make the most of this luxe trend. Keep other colours to a minimum and choose a soft palette of blush, nudes and rose gold.
Use a modern glass topped table and oversized, statement lighting to bring the focus back to the main event.
Multipurpose media room
Image: Andrew Boyd
This family-friendly space celebrates the latest in multi-media technology with multi-functional furniture and hard-working storage ideas.
This family space provides the opportunity for everyone to spend time together. It’s modular, modern-day living at its finest - multi-functional furniture in bright colours of teal and orange provide the backdrop for the latest technology.
Think projectors, smart products for lighting and heating, VR-friendly chairs and a space to work out, plus ideas for storage and areas for crafting and home-working.
Flooring is stylish and practical, using the different spaces.
Natural retreat bedroom
Greens, lilacs and purples, mixed with geometric shapes and lots of natural plants and materials create this stylish sanctuary.
Botanicals and palm prints will continue to be huge for 2018, from cushions and throws to bed linen and wallpaper. Use in abundance with house plants and succulents for their natural abilitiy to purify the air - display in wicker baskets or hanging planters to create interest.
Complement the different shades of green with gorgeous hues of on-trend purple and lilac, and accessorise with feminine-inspired details and a four-poster bed designed with clever storage.
Smart tech bathroom
Image: H&M Home
Indulge in a sensory bathing experience that’s inspired by a delicate Japanese aesthetic using the latest smart technology.
Patterened floor tiles celebrating the latest delicate colours and striking motifs, will offset the simple lines of this spa-like bathroom. Double sinks displayed on a concrete plinth, a glorious roll-top bath and freestanding walk-in double shower add to the ultimate bathing experience.
Delicate shades of pink and grey, luxurious accessories and scented diffusers complement the hard lines of the furniture to bring this scheme bang up-to-date.