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Autumn 2018 Interior Design Trends – Part 2 of 2
We looked at five of the ten interior design trends tipped to be hot this autumn but what are the remaining five?
We delve deeper into the list with five more great ideas for adding extra zest and zing to your home’s interior this autumn, as well as ways of them working with your fitted furniture.
#6 The contrasting kitchen
We know that colour is the main contrast in the kitchen but this autumn, it is also about contrasting textures. Update your tiles, opting for texture tiles rather than just flat ones but if you want to give your autumn kitchen extra zing right through until next year, why not replace a row of your kitchen cabinet doors with a darker colour?
#7 Be bold, be bright
Bold coloured and artistically patterned cushions and throws are ideal for adding a touch of colour to the bedroom. Choose autumnal colours – rich reds, oranges and glowing yellow to extend the summer feeling for a long as you can – but don’t leave behind colours such as lime green and navy blue. Keep the walls neutral and the sliding wardrobes too to maximise the effect.
#8 70s kitsch
It may look familiar and you are not wrong – the earthy, washed green glazed ceramic tea and coffee caddies with repeated and raised leaf patterns with wood disc lids are similar to those from childhood – and we love them! If you can’t stretch to changing your kitchen cabinet doors, opt for new on display items instead. Burnt orange is popular as is the washed out blue glazed pots too, perfect for sitting alongside your fitted kitchen.
#9 Midnight blue
It may be dark and gloomy outside but it doesn’t mean that it has to be dark and gloomy inside. Midnight blue, a moody navy shade, is perfect for teaming with the gold metallic finish and ideal as a wallpaper. Add drama to the hallway, for example, a room that is often forgotten in the home decorating schedule (and we know this colour is ideal against the dark coloured wood of fitted hallway furniture too).
Like mixing your patterns and your colours? Then you’ll love this trend tipped to make it into most bedrooms this autumn. Think quilting – the skill or pulling together a top layer for the bed from ‘old’ clothes and textiles – and you have a fair idea of what folklore patterns are. Add cushions, bedding and throws to the bed for a sumptuous look, maintaining the impact with crisp white walls.
Autumn is a time of colour and although winter can be grey and cold, it is a season to embrace. How do you plan on adding a little more zest to your home’s interior this autumn?
Contact Komandor Storage Solutions to discuss your requirements.