AUTUMN TREND – CREATING COMFORT FOR COOLER MONTHS
Autumn is here! Find out the latest seasonal styles and start planning your next design project with these stylish trends in mind.
Graphic Scandi Primary colours are a popular choice for this look as they truly stand out and create a bold contrast. Stick to minimal designs and experiment with statement paint techniques. As part of a graphic interior design look, it’s important to consider the lines and contours within your space and how you are going to make them stand out.
Cosy Country A recurring trend that is popular every autumn/winter is that classic country look, which suits any style of property. A stylish colour story this coming season is going to be sage greens and earthy tones, which complements wood and other natural materials perfectly.
Rich and Bejewelled Embrace rich and bejewelled tones this autumn/winter that feel ultra luxurious. Darker colours and heavier fabrics create a moody atmosphere, which is a different take on a classic cosy feel. Invest in a statement piece of furniture in a bejewelled tone such as teal, burgundy or burnt orange. Accessorise with metallic accessories and velvet soft furnishings
Grandmillennial The grandmillennial trend is all about embracing the past and bringing it into a contemporary setting. Channel ‘granny chic’ with floral patterns, retro designs and accessories that evoke nostalgia. Also, be mindful to enhance any interesting features you may have in your home.
Introducing the “Grounded” paint palette, a cosy palette which aims to add warmth and character this Autumn. The palette brings together elements of white through with caramel and muted lavender. A soft blush tint and terracotta accent add warmth and variety.
Tips for Autumn Styling:
- Minimal does not have to mean cold or hard. Textural layers of selected linen and fabrics in tonal hues create a welcoming, comfortable space that is unassuming. The use of rich colour adds to the warmth of a room.
- The key to beautiful, minimal interiors is to ensure there is just the right amount of texture. Bring this in through furniture materials such as bouclé and textiles in styling.
- Seek out rounded furnishings for a more welcoming look
- Simple forms are enhanced with honest and authentic materials such as pine, rattan and wool.
- Neutral doesn’t have to be plain. A few handcrafted pieces add a touch of sentiment and personality.
- Furniture is in classic shapes with lots of cushions in neutral shades but with touches of luxury in velvet fabrics and fringing.
- A textured rug adds colour and pattern and check out the statement fur-covered chair.