Sitting Room Interior Design

Autumn Interior Design Trends

With September just around the corner, it’s time to start considering updating your décor to reflect the new climate. Cooler temperatures and longer nights are approaching, and there are numerous interior design techniques that you can incorporate into your home to fully embrace the new season. Continue reading to find out our top design tips for Autumn

Bold Earthy Colour Palette

Autumn Interior Design Trend

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Whilst classic autumn shades like red, brown and yellow always look great, a more subdued colour palette will be prevalent in homes this season. Experts predict a soft, neutral aesthetic that is warm and inviting. To achieve this look, embrace a nature-inspired palette with olive green, chocolate brown and ancient copper.

Creating a sense of cosiness

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Cosy fabrics like boucle, cotton, and silk are ideal for introducing warmth and texture into your space. Swapping textiles are a great and affordable way to transition the atmosphere in your home without breaking the bank. Think of adding a thick throw blanket and plush rug to create that ultimate cosy feel.

Statement Glassware

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Expect to see some unique, statement pieces throughout homes this autumn. ‘There’s a big emphasis on artisan-style tableware pieces this season, where the glaze, colour and shape of each piece has its own lovely almost hand-crafted feel.’ says Fionnuala Johnston, Partner & Senior Designer at John Lewis Home Design Studio. Look out for rimless tableware and large sharing platters; perfect additions to any dinner party to create a relaxed atmosphere.

Geometric Patterns

autumn interior design trends

Soft Industrial collection – MODELLO MULTI GEO WALL ART by Olivia’s

Accent your subdued colour palette with geometric patterns to add visual interest and character this season. The signature hues of autumn bring a ‘fireplace feel’ and comfort to our homes, which can be paired with statement motifs via feature wallpaper or artwork. If this feels too much, even adding some patterned cushions and accessories can make a lovely addition to the space.

Autumn Interior Design Trends 2023

Jo Malone London Lavender & Moonflower Scented Home Candle, 200g – John Lewis

As summer draws to a close, we turn our attention to the warming scents of autumn; think cinnamon, pumpkin, crackling smoke and fallen leaves. Autumn fragrances are typically sweeter and richer compared to their summer counterparts. They are designed to reflect the changes we observe in nature during this season. Incorporating these comforting aromas into your home will be sure to add cosiness and warmth into your home.

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