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Brighten up your home with our tips for colour confidence

Trend: Laid back coastal

You needn’t live a stone’s throw from the beach to pull off this trend – the coastal look is back for 2015 and this relaxed version is so simple to achieve on a budget. Crisp white features heavily, but it’s the muted blues, browns and greys that will add some warmth and stop your home from looking too modern and clean cut. When it comes to soft furnishings, stripes would be the classic print to plump for, but to make it more relaxed, opt for large weave or textured fabrics such as linen and even denims to add interest without overloading on pattern. Then, have some fun with your accessories to give a nod to coastal life – think steel-framed lanterns, industrial light fittings and whitewashed rattan.

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