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Festive Forecast 2018 


Following customer requests for Christmas specific trend information, we are delighted to announce our ‘Festive Forecast 2018’ eBook is now available to buy from our online shop. Covering celebration, gift, greetings, tableware, decoration and food and beverage, the interactive eBook is a key resource for any brands developing their 2018 collections.

Our Festive Forecast is available to buy now from our online shopClick here to find out what the Festive eBook includes and to also download your free Festive Forecast demo.  



The Insta-Perfect Backlash 


Joanna Feeley, Managing Director and Founder of Trend Bible, recently shared her top ten parenting trend predictions for the year ahead. 

One of the trends was centred around a backlash to the perfect lives portrayed on Instagram and Facebook. In 2017, parents will enjoy moments together with their children regardless of mess and chaos, showing a realistic portrayal of family life, warts and all. Wren Kitchen’s campaign, ‘A Kitchen Lived In’ involved teaming up with five influential bloggers to find out what life really looks like behind the Instagram filter.

Click here to read more and download your free download where we reveal all 10 parenting trend predictions for 2017. 



Why Staying In is the New Going Out


Going clubbing is no longer a high priority for Millennials. In fact, a survey by Media Post suggested that 75% of Millennials said they’d rather stay in than go out at night. Choosing to swipe right rather than meet someone in a club, ordering takeaways or cooking at home rather than going to a restaurant and binge watching Netflix from the sofa are now the more desired activities for this generation.

This mindset is placing focus on the home and how it is designed and decorated to accommodate such behaviours. For Millennials, the home is the place for socialising therefore finding the balance between functionality and style is important. With this we have seen a rise in luxe barware. According to, drinks trolley sales increased by almost 200% in 2016. Displaying stylish bottles, bar accessories and glassware amongst decorative accessories and plants in the home is now a trend many are adopting.

In our 'Future of Alcohol series' we are exploring how changes in consumer behaviour are effecting the industry. Click here to read the entire post or here to read part one, where we looked 'Beyond Alcohol Consumption.' 



Generation YouTube 2019 


Our new Baby and Kids Future Insight Report, ‘Generation YouTube’ is a response to parents wanting to know how to prepare their children for the jobs of the future. Children are now provided with a massive resource which meets and exceeds their curiosity and helps them answer every possible question they might have. With this they are demonstrating a new level of empowerment that is greatly different to previous generations. For children in 2019, building a strong set of critical and analytical skills, shaping a strong sense of identity and learning to take control are high on their agenda. This report explores children’s abilities, needs, desires and morals helping your brand find the correct tools and advice to connect, engage and inspire the younger generation.

Our Future Insight Reports are the start-point for your innovation process, providing in-depth insight into the key shifts in consumer attitude and behaviour that you need to be aware of. Generation YouTube 2019 is available to buy now from our online shopClick here to find out more. 



Trend Tracking in Stockholm


As part of our intelligence gathering process, Trend Bible constantly track and monitor the most prominent and forward-thinking stores, events and places internationally. On a recent trip to Stockholm, Managing Director, Joanna Feeley and Senior Trend Strategist, Naomi Shedden, highlighted a selection of trends they tracked during their design filled visit. 

“It’s tempting to think of Scandi design as being cool, clean and minimal,” said Joanna, “but heritage Swedish textiles are bold and graphic. Svenskt Tenn florals were a particular highlight for cushions and furniture, and patterns of differing print and scale were happily clashed together.”

To see all of the trends Joanna and Naomi tracked during their trip click here

Keep track of the interesting places we’re visiting with #lifeattrendbible on our Instagram and Twitter channels. 

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