I always get excited when I come across a brand that catches my eye. That’s how I felt when I discovered Dehelvi Living, a UK based online furniture and interior design concept store.
It was started up by Mo Dehelvi, an entrepreneur with a keen eye for design. He found it difficult to source great interior decor at reasonable prices in the UK, whilst working on a few home projects from ground up.
Dehelvi Living aspires to work as a tool to provide users with inspiration and easily purchasable interior design looks. They work closely with a vast range of designers and manufacturers.
Anyway, hard not to feel excited by their emerald green Evangeline sofa above right? Green has been on trend for a while, and likely to be staying around, especially with Pantone’s recent announcement that Greenery, a lush and fresh Spring green, is their colour of the year. I have very much embraced the green and velvet trend with my sage green sofa, although I have secretly been wishing for an emerald one too.
The chaise long above is from Dehelvi Living’s Angelina collection. Doesn’t it look so elegant? Mid-century modern style with a pop of colour.
Another trend that I love is the tufted button look. In fact, I am currently on the look out for a bed with a tufted headboard.
The image above is the Evangeline sofa in a ruby shade.
Talking about rubies and emeralds, I feel that jewel tones will become a trend to watch in the upcoming seasons. What do you think will be next after Pantone’s Greenery?
Alongside jewel tones, I think we may soon be edging back towards a pared down simplicity. I’m thinking of the peach pink tones of an eye shadow palette, and the light wood colours of oak, beech or birch.
The sofa above is from Dehelvi’s Salma collection. Wall colours are getting darker or even near black, as we become bolder with paint at home. Here’s where jewel tones and light wood colours make their impact. See how the red and Beech legs from this Aish chair pop, when placed against a dark surface. Even if there is no colour, the interplay of light against the wooden legs of this Nash chair, instantly brightens up the room. How cute is this Med teacup chair? It comes in a red and turquoise blue too. So, what do you think of Dehelvi Living? I’m excited to see what other product ranges they come up with.
Currently, their sofas are bespoke and built to specification. Prices will vary according to the amount of fabric and textiles used. Every 28 days, they combine orders for a piece and put them into production. By manufacturing what’s been ordered, they reduce their costs whilst passing on the savings to customers. Great news too, that delivery across their whole collection is free. In stock items will be delivered within the next working day.
Do check out the vast range of their colourful chair collection too.
Hope you’ve also enjoyed hearing my views on upcoming trends. What do you think we will see more of in the new year and even 2018?
( Product photography were all provided by Dehelvi Living. This is a collaborative post, but all opinions are my own).