We have been thinking lots lately about the lovely new Tribal Interiors trend and how you can bring this look into your home. We know you love a modern interior look with clean and minimal styling, yet all of us are trying to give it a new unique twist. Tribal bed linen and interiors is just the way to create that of the moment, unique look.
Our take on Tribal style is a superb mix of natural textures and patterns and tells the story of ethnic handcrafted design by talented local artisans and the culture they celebrate.
To get the look it all starts with that key piece, and in the bedroom where better a place to start than the bed with our tribal bed linen.
At ALSO Home we like our rooms to be calm sanctuaries, and it really is all about the detail. Navajo, our tribal bed linen design celebrates the intricacies of pattern making, through hand crafted style embroidery. Our own modern take on the Tribal look sees the pairing of our tribal Navajo embroidered bed linen design with modern geometric patterns like our Stockholm Pillow and Throw, keeping the look calm, white and textured.
If its tribal inspired colour you are after, then our sumptious Velvet Cushions will add that perfect pop, with its tactile velvet face, these 30x50cm cushions perfectly compliment the intricacies of our Navajo embroidery whilst keeping the minimal modern styling.
The tribal look in modern interior design does not require epic travels to far flung destinations. It’s on those travels that you often convince yourself that you need that one of a kind handcrafted tapestry for your wall but then realise the challenge of getting it back home. Too often it doesn’t go with anything else in your bedroom! Has anyone else had that experience?!
With a modern, simplistic approach to this tribal trend, bringing that ethnic, handcrafted touch to your home is so much more accessible and only requires a brief browse online to find the exact look you are after.
Later this year we will be revealing a new Tribal bed linen design, which explores new patterns and colours, maybe even a hint of a pom pom (but you will have to wait for that!).