In the market for new homeware? The Spring Summer 2024 launches are brimming with quirky patterns, intricate shapes and joyful colours.
To inspire a fresh change this season in your kitchen-diner, boutique boudoir or family bathroom, we’re exploring the latest homeware essentials…
Spring Summer 2024 homeware essentials:
Breathe new life into your home with John Lewis’s Spring Summer 2024 homeware collection. Picture heritage prints, playful scallops and ruffles, uplifting pops of colour and hand-painted ceramic lights.
Dining room revival
Create elegant tablescapes with H&M’s Spring homeware collection. Picture cream crockery with matching linens embellished with scalloped edges, mocha glasses, textured vases and marble serving bowls. Erica Christofferson, design manager at H&M Home, says: “The inspiration behind the spring range is entrenched in personal expression and the need to create calm sanctuaries within our spaces. A departure from the fast-paced styles of the past, neutral shades serve as a soothing backdrop to allow other elements to stand out, adapt to diverse styles, and provide a canvas for personal expression and timeless aesthetics. The spring range allows you to add a favourite accent colour, and change to brighter more energetic colours in summer or cosy hues for autumn.
“Irregular shapes and sculpted pieces also reflect a desire for uniqueness and individuality in design. They are dynamic and offer an artisanal touch to spaces, resonating with a shift towards more personalised home styling. Elevate a room and make your own still life with three pieces in a variety of heights, adding pieces you already own into the mix.”
The 70s are not going anywhere! Brooklyn Loft is a nostalgic look and part of Habitat‘s SS24 collection, which is comprised of geometric shapes, coloured glass, and walnut wood furniture. Ready to add a retro touch to your interiors?
Rustic homeware essentials
Reclaimed wood furniture, mouth-blown recycled glassware, and natural textiles – we love the Spring Summer 2024 launches from Nkuku. This season, why not layer unique pieces with rustic finishes to achieve a relaxed and effortless aesthetic?
Craving a getaway? Recreate the look of your favourite stay with the Classic Boutique trend from the Spring Summer 2024 homeware collection by M&S. “Drawing inspiration from weekend escapes spent at boutique hotels, the classic style incorporates a curated mix of eclectic pieces in a statement palette of bold pastel tones, fused with contrasting patterns and intricate florals,” says Karen Thomas, head of design at M&S Home. “The collection encapsulates a mix and match style, with a sense of old-meets-new in vintage-inspired pieces and bobbin detailing. Painted finishes and ruffles are key across accessories and textiles, while heritage patterns and velvet-lined upholstery add a touch of vintage charm.”
Embrace the hot, sun-baked look this season with Next’s Clay Desert Tones trend. From painting your kitchen cabinets or bedroom walls in this spicy shade to quickly sprucing up your bathroom with earthy towels, terracotta is one of the hottest shades this spring season.
Dunelm‘s SS24 range brings us Heart & Soul – an aesthetic packed with mood-boosting shades, joyful patterns such as mix-and-matched checks, bobbin detailing, and summery prints. What’s not to love? Scroll down to get inspired to add a dopamine boost to your kitchen-diner and infuse it with personality.