Most of us will be drawn into the touchy, feely elements of any design scheme. For example you will probably be hard pushed to find someone that will look at the John Lewis building in Birmingham, adorned with thousands of shiny discs and not instantly want to touch it.
Tactile design and interiors may have been a staple solution in industrial design for some time now but this trend is now making its way from the industrial to the residential property.
This trend is beginning to blur the lines between soft and hard furnishings and in turn is transforming a room from a place we just inhabit to something we actually experience.
Adding tactile elements to your home doesn’t have to be overwhelming and can be done in the simplest way through the addition of some quirky accessories that complement the space you already have.