As we move into Autumn, we see colours changing not only in nature but in home interior trends too. This season, we’re celebrating a spectrum of saturated colour trends from bright candy hues to dramatic darks. Bold and contrasting pattern combinations and layered textures add interest and depth. As a continuation of the popular botanical trend this year, floral prints are in bloom. We’re also embracing the diverse eclectic aesthetic, combining a characterful combo of new and old. An overarching creative essence is instilled through artisanal handmade accessories, rustic ceramics, woven wicker and jute elements, plus live-edge wooden tables and shelves.
When the weather cools down and days get darker, it's important to find the joy in every day. One of the most effective ways to boost your daily mood is with a dose of Mother Nature. There are many ways that we can welcome a touch of nature into our homes, from botanical wall coverings and curtains to floral scatter cushions and rugs.
Botanical art prints and flower market posters like our cheery sunflowers, tulips and daisies designs make an interior bloom with vibrant shades of emerald green, coral, blush, and blue. Add one of these joyful designs to a plain living room, an uninspired bedroom, or a neglected hallway to nurture a new lease of life.
Eclectic Decor And Vintage Finds
This season, we open our homes to an eclectic curation of furniture and accessories. Pieces from different decor styles convene in original medleys. Pre-loved treasures and modern hero pieces make a harmonious mix, producing fascinating interiors that are characterful and unique.
Charity shops, eBay, and Facebook Marketplace offer an endless supply of affordable second-hand furniture that is just waiting for an amazing facelift. If it’s the prep work that puts you off taking on a furniture revamp, then chalk paint could be your new best friend. Since chalk paint can adhere to most surfaces, you can skip sanding and priming as a general rule, even with varnished wood.
Pattern And Colour Combinations
This is the year to experiment with pattern and colour. Explore your creative side at home and concoct a unique mix of decor that lights up your heart. A palette of dramatically dark shades can be sugared with bright candy-coloured accent pieces. Earthy tones of chocolate and terracotta are evoking strong 70’s vibes this Autumn too, so get groovy.
Use pattern combinations to show your playful side, combining floral prints with geometrics or autumnal abstract prints. Acquire an assortment of patterned cushions to spice up an ageing couch, or frame a plain window with fresh and fabulous drapes.
Layer Textured Decor
Textured wall treatments provide opportunities to add depth with 3D effect, particularly with en-vogue wood-slatted panels or fluted gypsum. Make cosy textile combos with layers of wool and trendy bouclé. Add an earthy feel with jute, wicker, and tactile stone accents.
Natural materials have been popular all year and will continue to be so. Much like the botanical print trend, seeing natural materials around us has a positive effect on mental well-being. Living with more natural materials is also beneficial for physical health, which becomes increasingly important as we retreat indoors during colder months.
Welcome the artisan aesthetic into your home with rustic handmade ceramic vases and decorative bowls, hand-crafted trays, woven wicker baskets and pendant lights, jute rugs with unique designs, and beautiful live-edge wooden tables and shelves.
This artisanal look creates a warm and welcoming appeal that speaks of individuality and an artistic spirit. Create a home that is as unique as you are.