Love Island is over, the rain is forecast and the nights are drawing in earlier. This can only mean one thing: autumn is here.
You’ll be shifting from your outdoor summer activities to keeping cosy inside, but what are the interior trends to look out for? Keep reading to discover what trends you can use to transform your home for autumn/winter 2021 and beyond.
Keep it grounded
As it gets colder outside, it’s time to turn up the heat when it comes to the colour palette in your home.
Warm and earthy neutral tones will always be the dominating colours of autumn, and that’s not changing in 2021. Forget greys and whites – sandy yellows, earthy oranges and soft greens are the colours dominating this autumn.
Sage green is a particularly popular colour to include in your home decor over the next few months. Add in subtle nods to the colour with trinkets such as this Oliver Bonas glass jar or get cosy with this earthy-toned wool throw.
These colours will help bring a sense of warmth to your home and are perfectly complemented with jute rugs, wooden furniture and woollen throws.
Making the most of the kitchen
Our Bank Farm Grove homes are fitted with luxury, open-plan kitchens to create a truly multi-functional space that’s perfect for preparing home-cooked meals while socialising.
If you’re looking to transform your home and your existing kitchen and make it feel cosier, the easiest way is with textiles, such as rugs and runners. This flat weave rug is a simple way to liven up your kitchen space and make it feel as personalised as the rest of your home.
Bring the outdoors, inside
Cottagecore was the dominating trend at the start of the year and it’s still inspiring us this autumn/winter.
The trend for autumn/winter is less focused on pastel colours and florals and now has an emphasis on nature, using rattan and woven jute textures.
Best of bouclé
Curly textiles took off in 2020 and show no signs of stopping as we venture into the colder weather. A fashion mainstay – thanks to Chanel’s iconic skirts – bouclé has ventured into the interior world.
Are you incorporating any of these ideas into your home this season? If so, let us know on Instagram and share your own tips for restyling your home.
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