Interior design trends for Autumn 2015

Interior design trends for Autumn 2015

Interior design trends for Autumn 2015

We hate to wish away the beautiful long lazy happy days of summer, but we’re equally excited about the upcoming interior design trends for Autumn 2015.
Autumnal colours lead the style stakes, with industry experts advising to add an unexpected dash of colour to perfect the look, and add a little of your own personality to the look.

For example, lighter shades of pink (such as blush), lilac and indigo mixed with gray are currently leading the colour combination stakes this Autumn.

Depending on the size and existing home décor style of your home, create splashed of colour from bolder shades such as burgundy or rust the incorporate the true essence of Autumn; berries and falling leaves.

To use these deeper Autumn hues, it’s advisable to have neutral background colours or features in your existing home décor. The trick is to remember less is more; too many deep hues can become fussy and distracting, where as a few staple accessories will achieve a more timeless and minimalist look.

If you are on a tight budget, why not simply paint or wall paper a feature wall in a popular autumnal shade?

Perhaps unsurprisingly following our undying love for vintage and shabby chic, nature is a strong influence on Autumn 2015 interiors. Think rough bark, distressed furniture, bamboo, exposed timber, wicker, slate, tapestries and plants.
With our reliance on commercial franchises for affordable furniture also comes seeing the same styles repetitively in homes across the UK. To make your home more unique, we recommend selecting a one-of-a-kind piece that will add a little something extra, whether than be a piece of furniture or a piece of art.

Cushions, linen tablecloths, hand-blown glassware, linen runners and floral arrangements work well as additional accessories to bring the Autumnal look to life.

Have you already incorporated the look into your home? We’d love to see and share your photos!

Check out our must-have interior design trends for 2015 blog!

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