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Lynn Llewellyn-Jones

About Lynn Llewellyn-Jones

Lynn Llewellyn-Jones of W.E. Interiors, graduated from the Royal College of Art in 1980 and has been working in the design profession ever since. Designing retail interiors for furniture and carpet businesses throughout the UK, residential interiors in London and the home counties, show flats in Abu Dhabi and recently refurbishing flats in Hampstead, for the residential rental market. Her own brand - 'Enomis' - custom made rugs are hand tufted wool and made to order. Each rug is designed using the style of the interior so that it perfectly fits the room, both in size and colour.

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Top tip to create a Spring look for your home

Bright cushions and accessories from W.E.Interiors

Bright cushions and accessories from W.E.Interiors.

To update the look in any room of your home, simply add new accessories. Choose an accent colour – this seasons cirtus yellow, rustic red or indigo blue – and buy cushions, lampshades and vases. Keep to one colour but any mix of pattern will work. Look in W.E. Interiors, 557 – 561 Battersea Park Road for inspiration!

Themes and colour trends in interior design for the next 12 months by Lynn Llewellyn-Jones

Having hot-footed it around the design shows in London and Paris during September, I would love to share with you the best of things I have spotted on my travels.

Colour trends:

ORANGE – still very present but now with a more autumn glow rather than a citrus zest. Interestingly sometimes teamed up with pink for that instant India fix!

BLUE – indigo, vintage denim and bright royal blue.

GREEN – forget lime, it is now grass green!

Watch out for TURQUOISE again but now mixed in with soft greens and greys.

YELLOW and GREY – such a smart sophistocated look, now mixed with black and white houndstooth checks.

Upholstery and texture trends:

Detail and yet more detail: buttons, contrast piping, mixed fabics combinations and blanket stitching. Quilted velvets. Coloured and woven rattan look with metal frames.

Fabric Patterns:

Geometrics, graphics and subtle 50’s style prints. Florals now in stronger colours.


Animal images on cushions: front half of animal on one cushion, back half on the other cushion – you need to buy both to get the look!