Has grey finally had its day? As we head towards the final stretch of 2019, we are now being encouraged to implement warmer, neutral tones into our decor to replace the cooler grey that has been dominating our homes over the last 8 years. Beige could really be the new grey – we didn’t see that one coming!
Sustainable interior design is highly popular and fashionable at the moment and we can certainly see this coming through with upcoming colour trends, beneficial materials and textile choices.
These latest trends show how you can create a warm, inviting and calm space to retreat to from the cold and dark outside world to ensure your home is Autumn ready.
A Scandinavian, minimalistic design is still very much in but can be updated with hints of pattern and texture. You can achieve a warm and inviting feel to this clean look by using soft and natural textiles such as sheepskin, wool, linen, wicker and wood.
Simple artisan details on accessories and ceramics creates interest and dynamic to a neutral pallet. Why not invest in neutral throws and cushions. Layering different textiles adds depth whilst embracing a neutral colour palette. Add some laid-back colours to your home following a busy summer period.
Whether it is in the form of accents with wallpaper and cushions or a full feature wall, shades of green are a oxygenating change in the winter months. Botanical greens help to create a natural and peaceful ambience which inspire a fresher, happier and healthier home in general.
Balance your greens with soft metallics and cream shades to bring some luxury to your living space. This versatile and adaptable colour can be used in many rooms around the home. Graham & Brown have announced their colour of the year for 2020 is Adeline.
The sustainable connection to the colour green continues to be fashionable.
If you do fancy experimenting with bolder colours, then Jewel shades are your must haves for this season. Think emeralds, amethysts, ruby and sapphire to create a dramatic living area that not only creates a statement but generates a comforting mood in the home, perfect for when you want to settle down on the sofa after a busy day at work.
Cure those post-holiday blues by creating a warm, cosy and inviting environment in which you can bring the New Year.