Influenced by the natural beauty of Australia’s lush bushlands on the south coast of NSW， greenery is welcomed inside with one of our standout colour trends for SS17， Eucalyptus.
Sourcing inspiration from Australia’s unique flora and picturesque landscapes， our design team experiment with colours and textures derived from nature.outdoor cushion covers
With natural olive shades and muted undertoneslinen sheets， eucalyptus is a more natural progression of Pantone’s colour of the year. Visually present in terms of colour influence around Australia， this modern interpretation is a natural compliment to any home. When styling， pair with levels of grey， deep carbon hues and dark charcoal to reflect the unique scenery of some of Australia’s most picturesque places.
Work eucalyptus into your space
Mirroring the tonal shades of the great Australian bushland， layer our Townsend Cushion in Eucalyptus with a mixture of darker cushions to bring this trend into the living room. Made with a classic striped woven design， this cushion features large oversized tassels for a playful look.
To bring nature into the bedroom， start with our Nashe Quilt sheet in carbon for a moody feel. Layer with the Earley throw in Eucalyptus for added texture. This cosy knitted throw is crafted with subtle tonal yarn for a speckled marl effect. Not only will these layered colours elevate your sleep space， but the contrasting textures work to mimic the natural Australian landscape.
For a more subtle approach， consider welcoming our Earley European Pillowcases into your home. This simple cushion can be displayed anywhere from your bedroom to lounge. Pair against cool neutrals or levels of whites to allow this beautiful colour to take centre stage.
Our Australian landscape is unique to anywhere else in the world， with inspiring colours just outside our doors. Welcome nature into your home and allow this muted colour trend to bring a sense of relaxation and quiet elegance to your interiors.
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