The leaves are starting to drop and the clocks are about to change, so this means it’s time to look at the autumn/winter trends! We’ve put together few of our favourites, have a look below as we show you how to incorporate those exciting trends in your home this coming season.
This strong colour can be easily added to your interior in form of statement piece or splash of colour within the furniture. You can team it with a lighter colour like millennial pink or neutrals; this prevents the peacock shade from overpowering. Use a deeper shade of blue for the curtains and tableware to add depth and break up the scheme with a pop of mustard yellow and a big cushion or two as seen on a picture below.
Black accessories emerged as a trend last year, and a year later, it’s creeping into furniture, especially dining chairs. However don’t be afraid to add more black in your consoles, sideboards and accessories to add atmosphere to your interior or create a contrast in light spaces.
With the nights drawing in and the autumnal clock changing imminently, it’s time to cosy up. One of the best ways to do this is to layer up your accessories using many beautiful textures and warming tones of amber and navy. We love the idea of two or three rugs overlapping each other as can be seen in our showroom using Fabula Living Rugs, it adds a lovely decorative feel to a room.
For those who don’t fancy colour, neutrals are perfect –elegant and sophisticated and oh-so-stylish. Use standout organic-shaped lighting as a focal point and match both pendant and table lamp for a cohesive look. Use a mixture of oatmeal tones teamed with rust for a cosy feel and pick a pale wood coffee table to complete the look. Complements with pale pinks and greens and blues for natural interior.
From dark rich green colours to exotic, energetic greens. It is a great colour to include in you home. Whether its by using it in furniture, plans or paint/wallpaper it adds calming tones to any interior.
The black in kitchens is staying! For 2020, we are seeing a lot of bold cabinetry colours – people seem to be braver than they used to. Not only shades of green, but also, moving away from cool grey tones, we’re seeing more and more black. Black adds sophistication, drama and depth to the space, especially when dressed with statement metallic ironmongery and well-positioned lightning, which is essential to light up a darker scheme.
We are updating our Cambridge showroom kitchen display and a new black kitchen is making an appearance soon.
What is your favourite trend? If you need help applying some of the ideas in your interior, contact one of our designers on firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call on 01223 327463.
There is still time to transform your home in time for Christmas Celebrations. Get in touch with us now!