Pagazzi Lighting, the UK’s largest specialist lighting retailer, is all set to add a sense of sophistication and style to your home with Smoky Neutrals, the latest must-have design trend...
Tipped to be one of the key trends this year by interior experts, the trend for smoky neutrals gives you the freedom to accessorise and spruce up your interiors as often as you like without having to reach for the paint brush every times because classic neutrals are the base.
Laura Pagan, founder of Pagazzi, said: “This trend is all about subtlety and refined class. Neutrals are so often overlooked when people undertake interior redesign projects, often considered boring or safe. With just a touch of smokiness and a few well-placed accent colours, a neutral colour scheme can ooze sophistication and contemporary glamour.
“Forgo the light creams, whites and beige for smokier tones of grey, brown and stone. Accent with plush suites fabricated in velvets or herringbone. Spice things up even further with your furniture – think rich, deep tones of purple or blue to bring this trend to life.”
For further information contact Pagazzi Lighting at 0344 257 1908.
ENDS For further information please contact Pagazzi Lighting on tel 0141 639 5637. Issued on behalf of Pagazzi Lighting by Liquorice Media tel 0141 297 1699 www.liquorice-media.com Date: 9 May 2016
Notes to editors
• A one-stop shop for the best in lighting with 3000 individual decorative lighting products on display, Pagazzi has 15 stores located throughout the UK from Aberdeen to Walsall, together with a transactional online store at www.pagazzi.com.
• Besides having a huge range of decorative lighting on display in its showrooms, Pagazzi has a large warehouse in each store which means that, with thousands of lighting products available in stock, customers can take their purchases away on the day of their visit.
• And having introduced a large range of mirrors and artwork into its stores a decade ago, today Pagazzi is one of the largest independent mirrors and artwork retailers in the UK.