Plan Ahead For Autumn
For most people, this time of year is not one to be thinking about autumn. After all, with the days getting lighter, longer and warmer, there is a summer to enjoy first.
This will certainly be true for many people when it comes to luxury home décor. After all, the months ahead will feature much more time outdoors or even away from home on holidays and day trips anyway. Not everyone will want to think ahead to when the nights are drawing in.
However, those who do want to give their home a new look may actually benefit from thinking ahead. This provides extra time to think, plan and explore lots of possibilities.
Of course, the predictions made by experts before the start of the year about what would be fashionable in 2022 are still relevant as it is not as if every makeover would have been done in January or February.
However, if you are looking at the autumnal look, the statement by Vogue that brown is back in fashion may be particularly relevant.
This is because the publication is far from alone in predicting this. Country Living has too, saying that “earthy browns and terracottas will introduce a touch of warmth” this year. Architecture Lab also plugged browns along with whites as a means of enhancing a ‘minimalist’ style.
Other key elements to consider for an autumn look involve the tasteful use of brighter colours and the use of attractive lighting, the latter being just the sort of thing those only concerned with the ‘summer’ look of their home will be likely to neglect just now.
All three publications also noted the role retro and vintage will play in interiors, which means it is fine to go back to the future. A traditional or retro style of colour, lighting or furniture might just make a fantastic fit for this autumn.
As ever, all predictions will be open to scrutiny. Not all will be right. But by starting now, you will be able to look and think carefully at what is truly turning out to be at the vanguard of interiors in 2022 before you start your autumn makeover.