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At Pacific Lifestyle, many of our homeware and decorative lighting ranges are designed and developed by our creative in-house team and meet specific UK quality and design standards.

Each year we carefully research the trends that will influence the home interiors market and pull together mood boards to help build our collections.  We review and compile style direction incorporating colour, textures and fabrics trends.


2022 Trends



Where Bugsy Malone meets boutique hotel, Art Deco is at the core of the Palazzo theme. The traditionally stylish monochrome palette is continued through with deep mulberry, striking red accents and shiny gold metals. This sleek trend uses decorative furnishing including lavish velvet, quirky, unexpected lighting styles and geometric table designs. Large glass mirrors, extravagant chandeliers and sumptuous seating create a true luxe feeling. Making a statement is what this trend is all about…are you brave enough?



Light, bright and airy, coastal farmhouse is the vibe. Allow your interior to transport you from reality as it simulates your dream getaway. With a crisp white and soft grey base, snug living areas allow monochromatic pops of colour through soft furnishings, patterned rugs and ceramic lamps and vases in Powder, Sky and Prussian blue. Nautical stripes, washed out woods and chunky rope details create a classic coastal feel whilst silver metallic details add an extra dimension subtly replicating the light glimmering on the sea as the waves roll under the sun. Pale green foliage such as eucalyptus brings some of the outdoor freshness in, perfectly fitting within the fresh colour scheme. Delicate wicker baskets and natural wood tables add an eye-catching focus and a hint of warmth to the home.



(Industrial) is a robust and sturdy, luxurious trend featuring rich, brown leathers and dark racing green. Deep coloured, solid woods and warm toned lighting add an element of warmth and cosiness to an otherwise hard-wearing environment. Large, oversized bulbs paired with ornate metal light stands in contrasting tones of shiny gold and matt black add a focal point to any room. Chandeliers add a touch of elegance juxtaposing the typical industrial trend whilst the chainmail continues the mechanical theme. Large, chunky knit pouffes and soft leather seating add a softness to this trend whilst the chunkiness still ensures that strong, industrial feel.



A sophisticated black and white colour palette combined with kooky monochromatic animal print, is warmed up with hints of soft pink and both metallic gold and silver. Statement but subtle, mix and match furniture, rugs and lighting in toned down animal print and elegant blush pink. Quirky lamp bases and funky tassel trim lampshades add an element of fun and playfulness. Luxurious velvet and beautifully classic, glass jewel chandeliers and rose quarts lighting ensures a mature and refined feel. 


A fresh, yet warm and cosy setting creating the perfect juxtaposition between neutral and warm, spicy tones. Clean lines and minimalistic design are met with an earthy colour palette of ochre, tobacco and plaster pink. Rounded edges are predominant within this Scandi trend, softening natural wood furniture and creating a main focus with accents of arched mirrors, circular rugs and sumptuously curved lampshades. Gold metallics add depth to the warming colour palette, in subtle details such as mirror edges and photo frames.

2020 Trends



In Malmo we’ve taken Scandi influences and mixed them with warm textiles and details to create a beautifully crisp but inviting look.

White is used liberally to create a blank backdrop for your home. This is complemented through accessorising with plants and greenery from tiny cacti to large leafy palms. Hints of tonal pinks are brought through on textiles and ornaments. By using just the right amount of accessories we strike the perfect balance between a fresh, clean home and a cosy, welcoming environment.

Furniture is minimal using clean lines and modern, Scandi styling. Metal frames and shapes are emphasised in matt black and antique brass. These are then combined with pale wood, whitewashed surfaces and raw, unfinished materials, which all help to contribute to the trend’s organic charm.

While pieces are highly considered, practical and often understated, they are elegant and beautifully made. Design is a priority and this is shown through articulated choices and minimal shaping. Through doing this, stunning spaces are created which are guaranteed to evoke both comfort and style.

Malmo Pantones


Warm tones of brass, gold and copper are the highlights within our new 2019 trend, Astro.

Deep indigo blues emulate a starry midnight sky; creating a bold backdrop that allows metallic accents, matte neutrals and graphic elements to take centre stage.

This trend is an expansion of our 2018 industrial trend Arterior, but with a smoother image; with distressed surfaces and rugged style being replaced with a softer look and more muted colours.

Homewares are minimalistic, featuring clean lines, rounded edges and block colour. However, a strong use of raw materials throughout, such as concrete, wood and granite, keep the industrial look going strong.

Glints of metal, geometric patterns and delicate foliage juxtapose against these tough-luxe materials; lifting the overall look and creating layers of visual interest.

This trend has a touch of the ethereal whilst keeping the balance with its strong masculine undertones and darker colour palette.


Astro Pantones


Essentially a relaxed, textural style story where muted, neutral colours tone with bold earthy tones; terracotta and deep blue, paprika and mud for example; creating a warm, homely feel with more than a hint of coastal charm.

Inspiration comes from artisan makers in coastal villages using natural sourced materials to create luxury yet individual pieces. From chunky, knitted throws and heavy furs to cast concretes and hammered metals, carefully crafted textures are mixed together complementing each other perfectly in this cosy setting.

Looking to British beaches and the sea, we have taken influences from driftwood and fishing nets with woven rattans and reclaimed woods.

Silvers and nickels come through on metalwork. Shiny, polished surfaces mimic textures found on boats in marinas. Whereas these contrast with blackened, antiqued and hammered pieces that echo the weathering nature of the ocean.

The furniture in the SKYE trend combines washed wood with clever use of texture and design, and metal, using natural colours and textures to create beautifully rustic pieces with tactile surfaces. These striking pieces can regularly have their rustic background juxtaposed with surprising elements of beautiful, manufactured metals.

This textural explosion gives your space character and instant warmth creating a snug, hygge atmosphere whilst maintaining an element of cutting edge design and on-trend pieces.

Lighting has a nautical feel with the use of driftwood, rope and handmade stoneware ceramics generally topped off with a cream cotton shade with beautiful natural slubs within the weave, for a relaxed finish.

The use of clocks, mirrors and gifts can truly cement a style so with that in mind we also have a selection of nautical-inspired products all the while ensuring they are true to the artisanal flavour of this trend.

Syke Pantones


Deep, luxurious colours and textures fill this trend, with deep velvets and shiny, gloss tiles clashing with brushed metals and glass. With an array of indulgent tones, this trend is opulent and sophisticated.

Taking inspiration from travel in the 1920s, we look at ornate train carriages, decadent hotel styling and art deco fashions. Everything is oversized, lavish and grand with daring colour clashes and brash designs. Metalwork is gold – either antiqued, shiny or brushed – to stand out against the deep colourful backdrop and with dark painted walls, colours and metalwork pop, even more, creating a rich, abundant feel.

Furniture is bold in black, jungle green and dark wood, however, this is brightened with colour pops of mulberry, mustard and teal being brought through on accessories. This trend has no limitations and there is no restraint on the colours featured – allow vibrant bursts to come through to create your own distinctive style.

Dark marble is also prominent across accessories in deep greens and blacks and mixing with lustrous metallic glass. Velvet is also key for this trend featuring on shades and in upholstery. This luxurious material is further complemented with metallic satins and heavy decadent fabrics adding further to this opulent style.

Langham Pantones


Delicate cherry blossom branches weave up from the floor and flow across the ceiling, welcoming glorious birds and filling the room with beautiful scent.

The Azaleas trend brings the prettiest of nature’s creations inside, for a beautiful interior that’s filled with an abundance of life.

Its enchanted feel is accentuated with a colour palette of delicate tones; layers of mint, blush and muted plum lift the room; creating a space that feels fresh, airy and light.

Heavily detailed wallpaper, furniture and decorative accessories create a strong visual impact, whilst clean spaces of white panelling, cream-coloured sofas and linen lamp shades catch the eye and allow the space to breathe.

Champagne metallic is in abundance, with grand, ornate mirrors allowing light to bounce around the room, further accentuating an ethereal feel. Real flowers in statement vases further blur the lines between inside and out. Set the tone with pretty photo frames and delicate trinkets.

The furniture for Azaleas is always timeless; turned wood in soft white, mirrored furniture with Venetian opulence, and sometimes a beautiful handle on a furniture piece is all that is needed for the grandioso performance.

Lighting tends to be bejewelled, delicate and feminine.  Crystal chandeliers bounce the light source around the interior and beautiful hand finished shades on timelessly elegant bases create the enchanting environment, synonymous with the Azaleas theme.

Azaleas Pantones