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 compiled our favourites.
This season the emphasis is on colour and creating a cosy, comforting scheme. Autumn is associated with some melancholic tones, from pine green, mustard yellow, orange terra, wine red to deep browns and the scents that seem to belong to a forest that slowly falls asleep after this Indian Summer.
Pure yellow is the color of the creatives and this toned-down shade is no different. After the Gen-Z Yellow trend, Honey Yellow brings the enthusiasm and cheerfulness of the former without the high energy.
With the nights drawing in and the autumnal clock changing imminently, it’s time to cosy up. Textiles in autumnal palette of amber hues mixed with mossy greens and homely blues warm the space. Prints that look to the past bringing familiarity and charm, also furniture that is both timeless and classic, especially when styled with comforting textiles and accessories. One of the best ways to do this is to layer up your accessories using lots of beautiful textures and warming tones of amber and navy. We love the idea of two or three rugs overlapping each other as seen here, it adds a lovely decorative feel to a room.
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. The key to making it work visually is to have balance. Black accessories emerged as a trend last year, and a year later, it’s creeping into furniture, especially dining chairs. Keep the look warm with a cosy rug popped on the back of the chairs and some pinky/blush toned tableware.
Shine bright with this embellishment trend of gold, brass or copper – which metallic finish do you love the most? Pair with dining chairs with matching legs and bring the gold through into the tableware to tie the scheme together.
This is a strong look that can be easily managed by teaming it with a lighter colour, 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 and a big blousy floral cushion or two. Pop some fresh blooms and foliage in an oversized vase to bring nature in.