If you want this season’s hottest colour in your house, then it’s navy all the way, but how about an infusion of beautiful dusky pink or really make a statement with some new gold carpet!
The new autumn and winter trends are here and we have our top five:
1 Oversized florals
Flower prints on a large scale look fantastic on bedding, cushions or as murals. By keeping the rest of the room simple you will ensure the florals remain the focal point. Pick out the key colours from the floral design to accessorise and finish the look. A beautiful look for your master bedroom perhaps?
2 Modern neutrals
A lovely calming trend. Create a simple style by combining several different elements together with an emphasis on furniture with a natural look. Have beautifully stripped back timbers as the focus and team with subtly patterned crockery, chairs in a soft grey colour and a textured, neutral block coloured rug to complete the look. A fantastic look for a new conservatory extension such as https://www.firmfix.co.uk/ from a Gloucester double glazing firm.
Sticking around from when it first appeared as a trend in the spring/summer season is gold! Rather than just sticking to gold accessories take it a step further and opt for gold carpet. It really can look fantastic with the right furniture. Opt for modern, mid-century furniture to get this look right.
4 Dusky pinks
This autumn is going to be all about beautiful old-fashioned pinks. These dusty pinks are a lovely alternative to the usual autumnal colours. These colours are easy to bring in to your home. They create warmth and look fantastic with greys and metallics which, according to Country Living, can work in both traditional and modern homes. You can find these colours in a range of upholstery fabrics and could use a variety of different textures and fabrics to create the look.
5 Jet black
If you like monochrome then this trend will definitely be for you. Here it’s all about using black accessories to achieve the look. If you don’t want too much black then you can easily use smaller blocks of black here and there around the room. In order to balance it out, add some white and some tactile pieces and make a bold statement.