3 Key Interior Trends for Autumn
We’ve selected the hottest trends for the new season – choose from rose golds, blush pinks and velvets, metallic and faux fur. Take a look at our brands in store to create a cosy space in time for autumn.
As we approach the new season it’s time to warm things up and look forward to the cosy nights in and festive season ahead. Here are our top predictions for home decor trends this autumn winter to keep up with in 2018…
Embrace the darker nights and cosy fire, snuggle up with a good book with a mug of hot chocolate and surround yourself with yourself in luxury. This season is all about tactile textures, soft lighting and neutral tones. Enjoy fabulous mohair, sumptuous velvet and faux fur. Accessories with lamps, cushions, throws, and blankets to complete the trend. Even something as simple as a fluffy rug can turn a minimalist room into an autumnal hideaway and take the time to truly enjoy the space around you.
Hygge is a Norwegian and Danish word for a mood of cosiness and comfortable conviviality with feelings of wellness and contentment.
The addition of luxe metallic trend continues throughout the home – think copper, rose gold and brass. Embrace the trend with occasional furniture pieces, tables, fabric and leather poufs whilst adding a luxurious finish with mirrors and accessories in velvet, silk and coloured glassware in blush pinks and wild rose to accentuate brass and gold tones perfectly.
Lamps and smaller accessories are the perfect way to inject a new trend into a room without having to invest in larger, expensive furniture pieces. Mix copper with luscious velvets and marble for an on-trend feel for lighting this autumn winter.
Timeless, festive and inviting. Plaid is back, and we couldn’t be more pleased. Perfect for the winter season.
Layering is key, add colour and texture by introducing – soft furnishings – throw pillows and blankets and rugs are a simple way to introduce new elements into your home. Accent your living space with neutral shades for an all year round cosy lodge-like feel. For a look that’s rustic and chic, combine plaid and faux fur throws. During the festive season introduce classic red and green plaid patterns teamed up with your favourite baubles and ornaments to trim the tree.