Nature plays a significant role in everything within the Sibaya Coastal Precinct, including the interior design trends. From delicious monster prints on cushions to the search for responsibly sourced décor items, nature is just as important to the interior of your Sibaya home as it is embraced outdoors.
A wave of inspiration
2019 had a ‘Blue planet effect’ with regard to some of the interior design trends that came into play. From scalloped furniture, to ocean-inspired décor like authentic shells, drift wood décor and hues of blues.
KwaZulu-Natal is home to many talented craftsmen. Their labour can be seen in the detail of wicker chairs, heavy wooden tables and artistic art pieces. These décor items are responsibly sourced and created, they tell a story and make for showstopping features in any home.
Texture and authenticity
Homes are pulled together with a variety of different textiles; from shaggy-style carpets, velvety couches, and rustic ornaments. This design trend is all about activating the different senses and creating a unique homely feel.
KwaZulu-Natal enjoys sub-tropical weather all year-round. Inspired by the coastal lifestyle and weather experienced within this province, interior designers are moving towards warmer colours, as well as earthy tones like rusty reds, terracotta, browns and greys.
A touch of green
Having the presence of plants in your home brings everything together and exudes a continuous summer feeling. Enjoy the look of delicious monsters printed on a feature cushion, a modern art painting of tropical palms or better yet, having beautiful ferns, palms or indoor plants potted and placed in key areas to bring life into your home.
The Sibaya Coastal Precinct has ensured that 60% of the area remains green, and that nature is nurtured through the development of this dynamic precinct. Register your interest to learn more about the various opportunities you will be able to invest in, prior to public release.