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Three Interior Design Trends For Autumn | Nicholas Engert

Three Interior Design Trends For Autumn | Nicholas Engert

Cosy fabrics, warm, earthy tones, vintage decor, and private spaces are what the interior design experts are predicting will be huge this autumn.

As we still adjust to making our homes multi-functional spaces following the pandemic, many are reassessing their decor and homeware for autumn to reflect the changes of the past year.

The central theme is comfort, convenience, and colour. We have a look at three expected trends that will surely dominate interiors this autumn.

1. Warm, earthy neutrals

Almost anything with a more earthy and neutral tone is set to take centre stage in the cooler months. The terracotta theme from earlier in the year has transformed into an entire autumn colour scheme, made up of warm, earthy tones that feel like sitting next to an open fire.

Sandstone is ideal for adding a more warm glow to the home, and autumn orange can create warmth and blends very well with neutral tones such as grey and sand tones.

2. Bespoke furnishings and vintage decor

With cottagecore and eclectic modern design trends being increasingly popular, it will be no surprise that vintage, bespoke, and personalised homewares are going to be huge this autumn.

It has been suggested that the pandemic has led to people wanting their homes to reflect more personality and has seen people dusting off old photo frames, candlesticks, vases, and other assorted vintage styled pieces.

3. Cosy fabrics and natural textiles

People are being drawn more to a relaxed feel in their homes, and ultra-soft fabrics and natural textiles and predicted to be massive this autumn, with a focus on texture and boucle. Consider adding accent pieces like Suzani cushions, or wool throws to your sofa or bed to cosy up with on those cooler days.

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