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Predicted: top autumn sofa trends for 2018

Aquaclean

21 Sep 2018


















With the night’s drawing in and the weather starting to turn, it’s time to start thinking about making your home comforting and cosier for the colder months.

For those who don’t know where to start, Aquaclean, the stain resistant sofa fabric which allows marks to be simply wiped away using only water, shares its top autumn trends for 2018.

Velvet













































Velvet has been a popular fabric for a while, but it’s a trend that is going nowhere. The perfect choice for autumn, it’s great for adding a touch of warmth to the home. Velvet sofas give a true feeling of opulence, and as they’re so tactile everyone will be wanting to take a seat this autumn.

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Aquaclean Bellagio fabric
Available from John Lewis (Aquaclean Harriet Midnight), The Lounge Co (Bellagio in African Saphire) and other independent retailers.
 
Texture











































This autumn is all about texture. Choosing different fabrics that feel great will add layers to your room and make your furniture look more interesting, and the mottled effect of the Eden fabric is the perfect way to start. If you really want to go for it, we suggest different textures for every sofa and chair in your living room.

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Aquaclean Matilda fabric in Apple.
Available from John Lewis and other independent retailers.
 
Jewel tones
Jewel tones are going to be very popular in the autumn months as the weather starts to cool down. Colours like emerald, sapphire blue and eggplant will freshen up your room while still creating feelings of depth and luxury, and keep you cosy even on the coldest evening. Choose a statement sofa to give your room the ‘wow’ factor, and keep the rest of the room simple to ensure it stays the main focal point.
 
Dark wood













































The Scandi trend of light woods and indiscreet furniture has been a popular trend, but this autumn, bold is beautiful and we’ll be heading to the dark side. Think dark woods like oak, mahogany and walnut. Incorporate across the home, and don’t forget to add you your soda to make it really stand out.

For more information on Aquaclean visit www.aquaclean.com.
























Ethically sourced multi-use cookware

Morgan Wright

21 Sep 2018












































































Our terracotta products truly are a special thing. They are all hand made by artisan crafts people whose skills and knowledge have been passed down for generations.
Since each piece is handmade, they are all slightly unique and there may be some slight variation in shape, size and colour. This colouring is as a result of a reduction process when the items are high fired under-ground- they aren’t glazed, dyed or painted. The satin finish is then created when the items are polished with a semi-precious stone.
 
These versatile dishes can be used on the hob/BBQ, in the oven and in the microwave, so the possibilities are as endless as you imagination as for how you use them- just make sure you’ve proofed them first!
To proof our terracotta cookware, first thoroughly clean the item with washing-up liquid and a sponge. Once this is done, fill it ¾ full with water and bake for 30 at 200o C or Gas Mark 6. This helps to seal the cookware, although a complete seal is achieved after it has been used several times. This helps to season the product and the porosity of the surface helps to enhance the flavour of cooked foods after they have been used several times.  They’re even dishwasher safe! Just make sure they’re thoroughly dry before putting them away to prevent mould, even pop them in the oven for a few minutes, just to be safe.
Occasionally when cooking in or over intense heat for prolonged periods, the terracotta colour starts to show through and marble in places, but this only adds to the piece’s unique character.
 
For full care instructions, make sure you retain the product tag, or you can find them on our blog at www.morgan-wright.co.uk/news caring-for-your-terracotta-cookware/  






















































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