At Fair Trade Furniture, we deliver plenty of commitment to the environment. We believe in giving fair opportunities to workers, such as an equal living wage and offering opportunities to workers in disadvantaged countries. Fair Trade is a massive part of what we do, while all our products are crafted with materials such as rattan and banana fibre, boosting our impact on the environment.
We work closely with our team in Indonesia to create products that our customers will cherish. Our furniture is available in a unique selection of colours that help your home stand out. You might be wondering what the most popular colours are. In this article, we will deliver a selection that will enhance your personality over time. Read on to find out more.
Select From One Of Our Neutral Colours
With the winter season upon us, choose from our range of neutral colours that will combine with the frosty look outside. At Fair Trade Furniture, our neutral colours and fabrics include Linara Teak and Mikado Natural, blending in well with your property. These colours will accentuate the natural light in your property, which in turn will save on energy bills. Add a dim light that creates a relaxing look for your needs.
What helps the designs stand out is their wintery patterns, such as the one present in our Sefina Mushroom range. When placed on any of our products, you will get a warmer and more luxurious feel that compliments your home.
Fabric Options – Green and Turquoise
In comparison to our neutral options, the turquoise and green colours give a striking and bold appearance to your home. This colour will give you a look that matches wooden floors, resulting in a natural look.
Our selection of Greens consists of Linara Basil, which is a quaint colour to brighten up any dark room, and the reserved Linara Cypress shade that makes a statement to your property. These colours will work well on all our ranges. Geneva Verdigris is one of our bestsellers. It‘s a classic cotton linen blend that boosts the impact on any home.
One design that could work with these colours is our beautiful Bantul range. Neat and petite, you could go for a smaller chair that doesn’t overwhelm the space in the living room. What’s more, the designs are easy to relax in, giving you a comfortable space to settle down. The chair is perfect for a smaller conservatory because the space won’t be overwhelmed.
Fabric Options – Blues
We also offer some vibrant Blue options for our cushions and furniture, enhancing the space in your home instantly. Alternatively, choose a calming option for the property, for example, Linara Lake and Linara Surf, creating a glacial atmosphere.
The variation of blues extends to the Geneva Neptune, which is a dark navy blue that relaxes anyone who sits on it. Take advantage of a silky warm and brushed finish. Perfect for the winter months.
Another stunning fabric you can choose from includes Delta Powder blue, which is a stony shade of blue that goes well with a white wall, enhancing the natural light in your home.
Choose from our Warm Reds and Oranges
On the other end of the scale is our list of warm colours, which, similarly to the turquoise options, deliver a vibrant personality that will soothe your home. Browse our range of red and pink colours. Ruby is a brilliant Red shade that is perfect for upholstery, and dressing your sofa or chair beautifully.
Or, go for Geneva raspberry and Linara magenta, which are bright and fruitful shades that reflect the summer sun. If you are looking for an orange feel, take a look at our fabric shade: a washable plain weave with a bright finish. Whichever colour you choose, there is a design that will suit your needs.
We hope that this article has helped you understand which are our most popular choice of colours. This selection of beautiful fabrics will let you customise your furniture, creating a beautiful style in your home.
Furthermore, if you want to have a look at some of our products in the flesh, slide on down to our Dorset showroom. Our team will assist you with any queries, enabling you to make an informed decision.