Top Interior Design Trends for Autumn

Our favourite interior design trends for autumn 2016. With the weather starting to transition and the new season in sight, we’ve rounded up a few of our favourite interior design trends for autumn 2016.

Turquoise Twist

Colours are taking an ethereal turn this season with mineral greens and sophisticated blues dominating Pantone’s colour palette. Cool tones and under-the-sea turquoise help keep your décor sleek and modern without relying on whites and neutrals.

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This sofa from the Sixties collection takes on the colour trend and complements it with a fun, retro silhouette. It goes perfectly with light walls and natural wood furniture.


Express Yourself

Over on Happy Interior Blog, they’re highlighting the Collage trend. It’s all about mixing and matching vivid colours with strong lines and clean geometric shapes. Uniqueness is key, so it’s a great opportunity to unleash your inner interior designer and really have fun with your decorating.

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Bold, unusual and eye-catching, this entertainment unit ticks all this trend’s boxes. The unexpected splash of orange makes the perfect complement to cool grey and walnut, while the front panels keep the lines bold and clean.


Neon Lights

When fabric experts Patternbank visited The London Textile Fair, one of their favourite takeaways was the Electric trend. It’s all about reclaiming light and colour, with neon hues playing a key part in capturing look.

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This eye-catching orange armchair from the Sixties range brings colour to the forefront. It’s up to you whether you keep the rest of the room minimal and make it the centre of attention, or mix and match with other bright colours for an eclectic effect.


The Great Outdoors

Outside is moving indoors this season, with an increasing demand for furniture that brings you back to nature. Rustic woods, natural tones and simplicity are the main themes of this trend, creating an interior that feels relaxed and outdoorsy without losing sight of modern style.

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Grey and oak tones make this armchair a great neutral piece, while the thick cushions and simple design draw on the natural trend. Complement it with a chunky cable-knit throw for the complete look.

Those are some of our favourite trends for autumn ‘16. Which one is your favourite? Comment below and let us know if you’ll be redecorating for the new season.