Art Deco Interiors for the 21st Century

Art Deco has a bold, sleek aesthetic that transcends trends, and as a result, it has never really gone away since its birth in the roaring 20s.

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The future's bright: Be inspired by our ‘Futurism’ trend

Looking to the future can often feel a bit daunting. How will technology impact the world as we know it? And what do rapid advances in fields such as artificial intelligence and robotics mean for the way we live our lives?

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5 ways to infuse our 'Neo-Japonism' trend into your interiors

When you think about Japanese style, what comes to mind? Maybe it's a peaceful sanctuary with low seating, sliding screens and a monochrome palette? Well, the new way to bring Japanese influence into your design is to distil this sense of elegance to create a new kind of minimalism.

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How to bring our key trend 'Post-Industrial Society' to your interior schemes

There is a much-used phrase in interior design: 'Form follows function.' This school of thought is all about putting functionality at the centre of design decisions. And it's this functional, pared-back aesthetic that lies at the heart of a new trend we're calling 'Post-Industrial Society'.

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History in the making: 5 ways to bring our key trend 'Mining The Past' to your interior projects

Seeking inspiration from history is nothing new. Designers have always borrowed ideas from previous eras, but this time around the nod to the past is a little bit more subtle. The new way of bringing in period details, a trend we're calling 'Mining The Past', is all about introducing oblique glimpses of times gone by.

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Feeling optimistic? Here's how to inject our upbeat trend ‘Optimism’ into your interiors

We all need cheering up once in a while, and if your interior scheme is in need of an injection of colour and character, then the new trend for 'Optimism' may well be the one for you. This new breed of cheerfulness – one of seven emerging interiors trends we've identified for 2020/2021 – is all about playful touches and bold uses of colour.

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FR-One's latest trend 'Organic Iridescence' will bring light and beauty to your interior project

In an age in which technology is increasingly dominating our lives, designers are embracing a trend for shapes and textures inspired by nature as a way of pushing back against our digital lifestyles. Sharp edges are out, and instead we're seeing a move towards iridescent, ethereal elements with a natural, organic feel.

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5 ways to bring our key trend 'Oceanic Immersion' to your interior projects

Our design teams are continually striving to stay ahead of the game when it comes to predicting the next big thing in interior design. They attend trade fairs, monitor catwalk trends and generally keep their ear to the ground in the design world. All so that they can identify emerging themes and ensure FR-One's fabric ranges meet our clients' needs.

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Optimum by FR-One: create your own success

We’re thrilled to introduce our new Optimum range, a sophisticated range of new fire retardant FR-One fabrics inspired by the collaborative, dynamic nature of the workplace.

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6 restaurant interior design trends you need to know about for 2019

Restaurant design is changing, and it’s about time. In this blog post we’re looking forward to 2019 interior design trends, focusing especially on restaurants and other high-traffic spaces.

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Maximize your interior design with triple the fabrics

Use fabrics like a minimalist in order to get some seriously maximalist décor. Read more on how to ramp up the impact of your interior design using sumptuous fabrics and textures.

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Inherently Fire Retardant, Inherently Luxurious: This Is Lithology

From graceful sheers to lustrous chenille, velvet and jacquard, our Lithology range offers everything you need for your commercial or residential projects. Read on more all the luscious details of each collection.

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Millennial Pink is here to stay

There is no avoiding it, pink is everywhere in interior design!

Gone are the days of hot 1980s pink, today’s ‘millennial pink’ is strong, bold and irresistible.

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Interior design fabric trends in 2017

Architectural Digest Magazine has recently published an article on the fabric trends we will see in interior design this year.

Looking at patterns and shades these are the five themes they presented:

  • sunny yellow colours to lift up any mood
  • the classic stripes revisited
  • a come-back of moiré
  • strong pink they call 'haute' pink
  • a geometric pattern that channels a classic Bauhaus theme
All trends can be found in this year's FR-One collections too and you can find an overview in this blog post View more

Using purple and blue in your interior design

Done right, purple can really work (no, it’s not just an 80s throwback). For centuries, purple was the colour of royalty (Emperor, anyone?), so bringing it into an interior space can inject it with a certain chic extravagance that it’s hard to get anyhow else.

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6 ideas to make your bedroom the styliest place in the house

It is the place where you end and start your day, surround yourself with style! Get some bedroom decorating ideas from the FR-One collections.

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Hello 'Greenery': Pantone Colour Of The Year: 2017

December is the month of traditions.

One event that all designers have noted in their diary is the announcement of Pantone Colour of the Year.

It's always a challenge to forecast what they will choose but one thing is sure: we will see the colour trend prediction popping up everywhere from fashion and home décor to nail varnish and kitchen appliances.

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Get balanced with green shades in your interior design

We all need balance and harmony in our lives, and interior design colour schemes are a great way of bringing this into your home decor.

The colour green is linked to nature, it gives us a feeling of calm but also energy. Check this post out for some eye-candy.

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Design peaceful interiors with a dusty pastel palette

Chill out with romantic, soft pastels. Pastels are the new, nervier neutral.

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Tips for designing with neutrals

Newsflash: neutral shades are more than only beige. Discover a range of textures and patterns in the FR-One collections for a serene and relaxing design.

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