Autumn Interior Design Trends 2019

As we head into a new season, we have put together some amazing interior design trends for Autumn 2019 that you might like to grab inspiration from!

Trend 1: Nordic Retreat
This trend is the understated look that makes a big impact with hints of pattern and texture. This paired-back look is perfect for creating an effortlessly stylish decor.

For this season the ever-popular Serene Scandi look is layered up with different textures to create an inviting space to retreat and switch off from the world outside. The key colours in this interior trend include; neutrals, from canvas white to natural buff. And the key materials include; wool, sheepskin, wicker, earthenware and Ash/bleached wood. The main element to remember when designing the interior to suit a nordic retreat vibe is the tactile nature of the accessories. This trend embraces natural wood, textural weave and the imperfect sculptural forms of rattan and wicker within the accessories.

Handy hints:
Natural sun-drenched woods are key for this calming, harmonious look.
Layering different textiles is key for adding depth when embracing a neutral colour palette.
The new neutrals are warming, as we look to create a calm yet uplifting space to retreat to from the outside world.

Trend 2: Global Essence
This trend is a diverse celebration of globally-inspired patterns – taking homes on a journey of global eclecticism. The look welcomes the fusion of decorative Ikats, paisleys and intricate Indian block prints. Rich tones and rugged textures symbolise the authentic, handcrafted style of this nomadic trend. The key colours that make up this trend include; terracotta, umber and spiced red. And the key materials used in this trend include earthenware, woven textiles and rope. It’s all in the details with this look so think tassels, pom poms and macrame detailing on everything from cushions to wall art. Look out for hand-dyed textiles in rich earthy pigments and hand-thrown pottery.

Handy hints –
It’s this authentic rich colour palette that ensures your living space will feel warm and inviting when adopting this trend.
From woven wall hangings to heavily patterned soft furnishings, you can never have too much print with this look.

These two interior design trends will have your homes feeling and looking cozy and very inviting for the cooler months!

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