Had enough of blush, botanical prints and all things tropical? Our checklist of autumn trends is here to help. From the rattan revival to the new way to do Scandi, here’s eight key ways to refresh your space for the season ahead.
Inky indigo hues are warmer than grey – but just as versatile. If Victoriana wall-to-wall navy is too much of a commitment, try building up colour with layers of cosy textures, accented with natural wood or metallics like gold and brass.
Ever-popular Scandi style meets modern country for a cosy, contemporary update. Forgo clean lines in favour of rustic touches like natural wood, hand-marked ceramics and tactile finishes in a palette of chalky grey.
The catwalk’s colour blocks get the graphic treatment with painterly splashes of teal, mustard and navy blue. A celebration of the bright and bold, it’ll bring warmth and energy to dreary winter days.
Spring-fresh blush, grey and cool copper combinations give way to richer metallic tones with the unique power to add warmth and industrial edge. Brass and bronze are ones to watch, as are burnished, brushed and patina finishes.
A kitchen collection artfully arranged on an open shelf is a fun and functional approach to storage. Keep it curated with a simple colour palette – we love the tonal greys and marble accents of this Scandi-inspired idea.
This heritage print is modern, masculine and oh-so-versatile. Try layering checked bed linen in cosy brushed flannel with touch-me textures like faux fur and lambswool for the ultimate Hygge winter bedroom.