Scion has launched its SS20 collection, and it's a riot of on-trend colours and prints ideal for inspiring a spring interiors refresh.
Named after the Sri Lankan festival, Esala is a celebration of joyous colour and a fusion of patterns, motifs and semi-plains.
Featuring the latest looks, from working the soft tropics trend to taking a walk on the wild side of print, it's bursting with fabrics and wallpapers, with new and bestselling products being brought together to build a story that introduces a range of design solutions for the contemporary home.
The looks incorporate new and most-loved wallpapers, prints, embroideries, weaves, semi-plains and featured designs. This season’s colour groups including Spiced Pear, Tropicana, Fruit Salad and Candy introduce a vibrancy alongside standout pops of beautiful, outspoken colour.
Layer oversized jungle plants, characterful motifs, stylised hand-drawn florals and pair angular geometrics with textural plains for a fresh, funky interior alive with creativity. Scion’s iconic Mr Fox features alongside cheerful love birds and Pedro Penguin make his debut in this cleverly tailored and co-ordinating collection.
See the news Scion SS20 trends below and learn how to get the look:
Bringing the beauty of nature into the home to create an uplifting retreat perfect to relax in. Layer oversized jungle prints, hand-drawn florals and exotic motifs for a laid- back jungle vibe.
Top style tip: Go bold with a lush and leafy feature wall or keep it subtle and add a few scatter cushions with a vibrant pop of palm or cheeky four character print.
A down-to-earth, intimate style for a cosy and calming sanctuary to feel at home in. Channelling warm desert tones, muted tropical prints and soft tactile textures to create a soothing and tranquil space that celebrates a slower, more laid-back way of life.
Top style tip: Pair earthy neutrals with an animal-themed accent wall for a look that’s both elegant and exotic.
A wander through warm amber tones, mellow meadow prints and beautiful embroidery. Mix and match natural textures for a cosy and inviting look that lift both home and spirit.
Top style tip: Mix muted colours with folksy and characterful prints for a more modern country kind-of-vibe.
All things bright and beautiful make a home a little less ordinary. Geometric bold prints, playful pops of colour and the iconic Mr Fox, create a striking look that’ll never go out of style.
Top style tip: Don’t be afraid of colour. Include bright pops of it on walls or soft furnishings for a bold, statement look.
Simple, sleek and modern in its feel, this look’s all about layers, contrasts and clean lines.New characters Lionel Leopard and Pedro Penguin add a touch of playfulness and personality.
Top style tip: Embrace the modern Scandi style and pair neutral walls and curtains with bright graphic patterns on cushions.
A calm and serene zen trend to embrace life’s little quirks and channel only happy vibes.Darker, earthy tones meet with imperfectly perfect patterns and exotic playful prints to create a relaxing, restful space – the perfect spot to recharge.
Top style tip: Work the boho vibe... Layer up with cosy cushions and calming wallpapers in earthy tones and textures.
A fresh and versatile look. A little sleek, a little rustic – equals a lot of impact in this easy-living look. Clean lines combined with loose brush stroke prints and bright bursts of colours, create a warm and welcoming space to come home to.
Top style tip: Bring freshness and vibrancy to the living space with striking wallpapers featuring loosely drawn foliage and berries in bright zingy colours.
Hannah Bowen, head of design at Scion says: 'We’re thrilled to launch Esala, our new easy-to-use collection of co-ordinated schemes, which sees Scion wallpapers and fabrics in one place for the first time. This get the look concept provides a visual representation of how Scion’s products work alongside each other to create an entire scheme. We’re encouraging consumers to choose their favourite 2020 colour trends and looks, embracing new design stories to recreate the look in their own home.'