Online trend book with Pantone swatchpack & Material pack!
Trend Bible Home & Interior Trends offers our global client base the opportunity to see a distilled, edited selection of research from over eight months of research by the Trend Bible team. Clustered into four main design trends per season, each online book blends our own styled photographs with sourced imagery that add a commercial dynamic to these 24 month forecasts.
Each book includes our Trend Driver reports that provide the context within which the design trends will exist, 4 key seasonal trends with colour, print, product, material and design detail directions. Each trend has 8 Pantone colours, shown with colour combination suggestions. Included in the ebook are download links to all imagery featured in the book, digital colour palettes for ease of use when designing, copyright free prints as vector files and a quick-reference Trend Takeaway document that summarises the trends.
• 4 key seasonal trend directions from dedicated Home & Interior specialists.
• Trend Driver summary reports supporting their trends.
• Pantone palettes with TCX references.
• Detailed colour combination pages showing the versatility of the palettes.
• Interactive pdf for use on desktop or tablet.
• Easily shared with your team and accessed while travelling.
Included: additional supporting tools with your digital trend book purchase:
- PANTONE® TCX Swatch Pack: Featuring all 32 colours from our Autumn Winter palettes for more precise colour matching.
- Material Swatch Pack: A carefully curated selection of inspiring and directional material samples featured in our trends books across printed and woven textiles, soft furnishings, furniture, plush and hard goods, paper goods, stationery and craft.
Autumn Winter 2022/23
Autumn Winter 2022/23 is characterised by a forwardlooking approach with a focus firmly on the future.
A post-pandemic reflection fuels a sense of perspective; we can do difficult things, find joy in trying
times and create change in the world. Customers are in an explorative mood, seeking out and indulging new
facets of their own personality. No longer constrained to binary ideas about who they are and what their
homes should look like, a more experimentative phase takes hold.
The legacy of the pandemic will be felt for some time to come, and through 2022 we’ll see a focus on healing;
whether that’s through light, airy and ergonomic minimalism, or cosy, comforting colour.
Looking back at new habits nurtured during lockdown; quality time spent with friends, family and neighbours,
the art of slowing down, and gratitude for the small things - all become hang-overs to be treasured and
protected. As the need to be seen and shared on social media begins to wane, subtler trends come to the fore.
Welcome to Autumn Winter 2022/23.