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Autumn 2018 Interior Design Trends – Part 1 of 2
We don’t want to wish the summer away but with a definite chill in the evening air, many of us are thinking about getting out the big jumpers for winter and making our homes ready for the colder months.
With this in mind, we take a look at the top 10 autumn interior design trends and how they will complement your fitted furniture, whether that is a sliding wardrobe, sleek office furniture of chic fitted living room furniture.
#1 Massive florals
Pretty, colourful blooms are all around us in the summer months, so why let them fade when the grey of winter arrives. If you do one thing this autumn, opt for massive – don’t hold back on the scale! – floral wall feature.
Opt for large-flowered wallpaper or better still, a bespoke printed piece of wallpaper art.
#2 Go Scandinavian
The Scandinavian is a versatile and stylish mix of clean woods and neutral toned walls. Jazz it up with plenty of lush green plants and you instantly have a welcoming space when you open the front door of a winter’s evening.
To stop it from looking to flat and bare for autumn and winter, add texture with chunky knit throws and cushions.
#3 Go for gold
Metallics lift a room and for many of our customers, choosing handles for kitchen cabinets and doors can be really problematic. In the spring and summer season, the latest trend was brass and chrome. But autumn brings a new metallic finish – the golden hue of gold.
And we love it. But don’t just think metallic, think colour tones throughout your home. Switch up the bedroom, for example, with a gold carpet, perfect for the mirrored sliding wardrobe.
#4 Nighttime black
If you want a universal colour that literally goes with everything, you will love the increased use of black in interior design collections this autumn.
Use sparingly and against a neutral backdrop of chalky white and you have a fantastic on-trend style for this autumn. Add plenty of pattern in black and white with chunky rugs and opt for coloured cushions if you want a dash of colour.
Millennial pink – a beautiful dusty pink – has been around for several seasons and it seems it isn’t going anywhere. The ice cream colours of the summer look to stay too with pinky peach being the perfect complementary colour.
Opt for a fuchsia pink too, ideal for any room in the home and the perfect complement to fitted furniture in the living room too.
What do you think will be on part 2 of autumn interior design trends? Why not take a look?
Contact Komandor Storage Solutions to discuss your requirements.