Create a reassuring backdrop that allows you to readjust to constant change.
Relaxation in every room
Comfort is the priority when it comes to decorating our homes. We want to surround ourselves with cosy and cocooning pieces to help us relax and process the events of the past year.
The sense of touch we’ve been deprived of is at the forefront of considered design. Having spent so much time on our devices, there’s a desire for a connection with the natural world.
"Cool Night, Bright Moon" by Peter Summers, Studio Gallery
Styling tip: Monochromatic colours help create a relaxing environment.
A calming touch
The desire for tactile experiences is reflected in design, with the use of natural fibres and materials, such as raw timber, unstructured linen and textured stone.
Furniture is chunky and comforting, with curves that follow the lines of the body. These are accessorised with simple handmade and crafted décor pieces in interesting, and often imperfect shapes. Detailing throughout is kept to a minimum with the focus on form and function.
"Shadows Danced" Original Artwork by Irene Grishin-Selzer, Modern Times
Styling tip: Soft neutrals and nature-inspired colours pair well with natural textures.
Create a space for clarity
Soft neutrals and muted tones have a naturally calming effect and are a perfect way to bring a sense of mindfulness and clarity into your home.
"Said and Done" Original Artwork by Isobel Rayson, Modern Times
Styling tip: Style your space using layered textiles and natural fibres.
Nourish your senses
The Restore palette brings together a harmonious mix of gentle neutrals and rugged, earthy tones to create a relaxed and reassuring dining room space.
"Blushing Movements" Original Artwork by Felicity Lea
The Restore palette
A calming mix of buttercream, pumice, clay, rich forest green, moss and charcoal-purple.
Create a look you'll love for your home.
Explore new home design ideas with the Restore palette.