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Hello Autumn! Key Interior Trends This Autumn
With the change of seasons come a change in interior design styles and colours but what will autumn 2019 deliver in terms of key interior design trends? We take a look.
Scandinavian warmth with clean lines
The popularity of the Scandinavian style is showing no shine of abating just yet and no wonder. It’s beautifully clean lines with the merest hint of curves along with the warmth of wood and an abundance of other natural materials and textures make it attractive to all ages and for all homes.
Bright and refreshing, it makes a great interior style in any room and so if you are thinking of updating your home this autumn, this is a great choice. Keep painted walls neutral and furniture light with white being a prominent colour. Soften the edges with large, lush green houseplants.
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It was a surprise when yellow popped up on the interior design scene a few years ago and a surprise that it is still around! Yellow can be notoriously difficult to work with especially if you want a yellow shade that is classy and understated. Leave sunshine yellow to the nursery and opt for yellow with mustard or gold undertones.
If you plan on incorporating yellow into your home this autumn, you’re making a great choice. But rather than opt for yellow paint or half-hearted measures with mustard yellow cushions, go all out with a key piece of furniture such as this golden yellow sofa in the living room.
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In the pink
Like yellow, pink can be a difficult colour to work with especially if you want less of a sugary or pastel finish. Colour experts will say that pink is not a colour as such but a light red but with new technologies in paint manufacture, pink paint is now true to the colour shown on the label.
Which is great news if you are planning to follow the autumn 2019 trend of stylish pink. As well as almost-purple or pink with jewels tone, the ‘ice-cream pink’ is still in fashion.
Mix it with white and black, breaking the monotony with green houseplants, and you’ll have the perfect setting for a bright, refreshing room. Great in any room, pink is a welcome change to red and orange, traditional colours for autumn.
Big floral prints
We’ve seen the use of houseplants become mainstream in interior design in recent seasons and this is not changing any time soon. What is being added to the leafy landscape this autumn is big floral prints.
If you are not too keen on going down the floral wallpaper route – and not everyone is – then opting for statement floral art makes a great alternative.
If you have artistic talent, why not create a few canvasses of your own? As well as looking to wall mount artwork, you could also prop the canvass on top of furniture too, a great way of adding a pop of colour to your fitted furniture too.
And finally, if floral patterns don’t sit easily with you, preferring symmetry and balance then opt for geometric patterning. But again, you might be surprised to find that the colours remain light in shade and hue. Opt for colourful yellow with muted greens and blues and you have summer for longer in your home!