4 Autumnal Interior Design Trends

Interior trends

For us, autumnal interiors are all about warmth and cosiness. As the nights draw in and we find ourselves reaching for the central heating controls for the first time this year, we want to share our top 4 trends for the season ahead.



Having spent so much time inside due to Covid, we find ourselves wanting to add some warmth to our interiors using pops of rich colour. Earthy tones like burnt orange, yellow and forest greens being the top of our list, to evoke feelings of nature.

A simple and low cost way to do this is by adding cushions, throws and of course, art work, to your living space. If you’re not feeling the financial pinch so much, you could invest in a statement piece of rich, evergreen furniture.

Autumnal abstract print in burnt orange, red


Jute and Rattan

If dark green is a bit intense for your taste, then warm neutrals might be the autumn interior trend for you. A huge trend that doesn’t seem to be going anywhere anytime soon, rattan has become an interiors staple. The warm honey colour adds warmth and texture to any room. Jute is great for kitchen rugs or hallway runners as it’s hardwearing. If you want to soften the rustic appearance, Little Green Shed suggests adding a seagrass basket or lampshade and you’ll have a layered, zen space that oozes Ibizan cool style year-round.

hello sunshine typography print sits on a wooden bench in a scandi style bedroom with a jute rug and seagrass basket with pampass


Reading corners

Does anything scream cosy more than tucking yourself away in a hidden nook and rediscovering the joys of your favourite novel? If you’re looking to style yours, we suggest an elegant side table, a lamp to offer some soft lighting and a soft blanket. 

The extra hygge your little corner needs is a personalised book print which you can admire whilst whiling away the remainder of a rainy Saturday when you’d rather not leave the house.


Two prints showing a book and cup of coffee and a man reading a book sit up against an armchair. The sun streams through onto the wooden floor


Connect in the kitchen 

As Nordic Nest quite rightly points out, if summer is for salads, then autumn is for warming stews. They suggest taking care of yourself in the kitchen this autumn by investing in beautiful porcelain and smart utensils and indulge in some soul-food cooking. This interior design trend is all about finding a connection in the kitchen and cooking together with loved ones. 

Personalised red wine bottle


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