Autumnal Interior Trends For The New Season

Autumnal Interior Trends For The New Season
As the summer sun begins to fade and darker evenings slowly creep in, the time come to start preparations for autumn.
Home is at the heart of this time of year, as we swap evenings out for nights on the sofa and spend weekends hosting dinner parties. To help get your home ready, we've cast our watchful eye on the months ahead, looking into key trend for the upcoming season, from a cosy colour palette to must-have fabrics and finishing touches.
Here, we share our top pick...
Connect with earth tones
To really embrace the autumn months, bring a sense of nature into your home with an earthy colour scheme taken from natural rocks and desert landscapes, which can include cinnamon, tan and burgundy. This can be achieved with flooring, paint and wallpaper, or appear in artwork and frames. 
Add wooden furnishings
To create added warmth in the colder months opt for some wooden furnishings, whether a small touch like a coffee table centrepiece, or statement dining table and coordinating chairs. 
Over sized items will also be a trend so think big, from a large armchair in the lounge to a chunky headboard in the guest room. With so many shades of wood available from light to dark, there's an option to suit most interior schemes.
Focus on feature accessories
According to House Beautiful, gold will be one of the season's top interior colour trends. Its metallic sheen and richness makes it a contemporary pairing to many other colours, so can enhance your existing room interior themes. Add a luxe feel with charger plates and matching cutlery in the dining room, a focal lighting arrangement in the lounge, or a throw and matching cushions in the bedroom.
Think about textiles
Autumn is the perfect time to go all out on home textiles. Think comforting, cosy and inviting with items such as blankets, faux fur rugs, cushions, chunky knit throws, pouffes, towels and curtains. These accessories can transform a room one season to the next, and with the colder nights approaching, also have practical use. 
Don't forget personal touches
While your whole home scheme is personal to your taste and preferences, this can be taken to the next level to really elevate your interiors. Nostalgic items and vintage accessories bring money can't buy uniqueness, and with some simple upcycling can be made on-trend. Why not add a splash of gold paint to the frame of an old mirror, restore a dining room table to its original glory, or try your hand at making your own cushion covers from an unused pair of curtains or a duvet cover?
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