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Interiors Edit: 4 Simplicity patterns to spruce up your home

With the summer season well and truly here, it’s not just your wardrobe that can be updated. The new season also brings along some brilliant interior trends, waving goodbye to industrial chic and hello to brighter colours, stronger prints and art deco inspired opulence.

Make good use of your sewing skills and create one-off pieces for your home, with these 4 Simplicity patterns.



Spring Clean Staples 

Although we are now into Summer, if you’re anything like us, you’re yet to do that big Spring clean! Removing the clutter from your home is always step number one when it comes to sprucing up your home – so take some fabric from that stash and make an array of buckets, baskets and totes. You may even make something new to keep all that material in! Why not go with the hottest 2017 trend and choose jewel toned fabric, like emerald green and amethyst for your make.

Get organised with pattern 8107.

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It’s Child’s Play

This tipi is ideal for keeping the kids amused for hours, inside and out. Not only that but they can be perfect magical additions to any little one’s room! Go with the current tropical style for fabric choice or some summery butterflies.

Fancy a game of Cowboys and Indians? Then whip up this make with patter B6559.

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Eye-catching Cushions 

The easiest and quickest way to give your room an update, is to freshen up those cushions. Why not add a touch of elegance to your room, with these #8308 cushions? Customise to your hearts content with tassles, poms poms and even jewels!

Use Simplicity 8308 to spruce up your living room.

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Hide from The Summer Showers

We all know what a British Summertime looks like… hide from the rain this season with some brand-new curtains or blinds. Simplicity 1176 gives a variety of choices to brighten up any room, opt for 2017 Pantone colour of the year, Bright Green, for an on trend fresh look. Not your style? Geometric prints are a fun alternative, especially Hexagons!

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