Interior Trends for Autumn/Winter 2017

Casey Ho
by Casey

As the darker nights begin to draw in, it is time to be excited about the arrival of the colder months. Soft furnishings play an important role in creating a cosy and relaxing home during winter.

This year’s interior trends embrace a range of interior styles, from jewel-filled Rich Nostalgia, to contemporary deep teal with a flash of metallic; there is a look to cater to every interior need.

Jewel Tones

Starting with colours, jewel tones are a key feature to this year’s Autumn Winter interior trends. Embracing precious gems from both the warm and cool palette, shades such as Ruby Red, Emerald Green, Black Onyx, Dark Sapphire and Amethyst are mixed together to create an unexpected contrast.

Pair with Grove Cascade Zest, from £52.99 / 
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Yellow curtains here help make an interior statement and act as a highlight colour. When paired with other bright jewel tones, the boldness of these colours work together in harmony and gives the interior a visual uplift rather than just colour clashing.

Pair with Alaska Noir, from £52.99 / Image: Pinterest

Darker jewel tones combine to create a feeling of winter indulgence, metallic serves as a highlight here to lighten up the richness. Stick to the same colour palette for soft furnishings for a coherent look, and play with varying shades of the same colour through cushions and throws. For curtains, we recommend using a similar colour as the background for a well-balanced look.

Winter Monochrome

Pair with Seattle Silver & Black Eyelet, from £20.49 / Image: Pinterest

Add cosiness to your interior with woollen details. Liven up the monochrome palette by mixing up patterns.

Pair with Sorbonne Charcoal Eyelet, from £19.49 / Image: Pinterest

Retro Velvet

Alaska Velvet Collection, from £52.99

Make use of your summer voiles and give your room a luxurious finish by layering sheers with heavier fabrics such as velvet. This soft fabric is great for winter-use as it can bring a sense of warmth and cosiness with its plush texture and heavyweight. The Retro Velvets trend embraces colour blocking in jewel tones while drawing inspiration from the Mid-Century Modern interior. Think clean lines, understated glamour, and interesting textures set against complementary colours.

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