The trends set to inspire your home this autumn

home decor trends

Whether you’re a dedicated follower of fashion or prefer something timelessly cool, trends no doubt influence every aspect of our lives, from what we wear to how we decorate our homes. As autumn rolls in, there’s a series of new trends all vying for our attention.

As a firm believer that you don’t have to follow the trends to keep your home interior up to date from season to season, we see past the fads and fashions that will be quickly forgotten to uncover the timeless trends (and the home accessories that make them) that will look great in your home for the long haul. Thankfully, autumn offers no shortage of trends that fit this bill!

Think pink when decorating for autumn

Previously a tone rocked by the bold or ultra-feminine, the use of pink in our homes has been reimagined to create interiors that bring a poignant sense of well-being. With this, pink has been used widely by designers creating on-trend interiors for autumn/winter 2022. Pastel pinks have even been used in conjunction with brass and bronze accessories to create kitchens that are happy, joyful spaces at the very heart of peoples’ homes.

If you’re not quite ready for the pastel kitchen trend, infuse just a hint of pink into your bedroom, snug or living area. Our Antique Ruby and White Dani Throws provide a stunningly understated pink shade that looks fabulous in both modern and traditional spaces.

Go back to basics with rustic accents

Summer may be over, but you can still bring the outdoors in the most wonderful way. Going back to basics with your home accessories and choosing rustic pieces that celebrate warm colours and organic textures is the key to keeping your interior looking great into autumn and beyond.

Add interest and nature to your rooms with our handcrafted Hogla and Abaca Baskets. More than just a quirky storage solution, each basket is 100% natural, eco-friendly and original, with their varying sizes, shapes and colours beautiful to behold when grouped in sets. These artisan baskets can be used to store utensils in the kitchen, stationery in the home office or decorative items in the lounge.

Trends in decor

Kitsch, cool, calming – it must be the 70s!

Many trends are revived from bygone eras. Autumn sees the restoration of the best of the 1970s with earthy tones, eccentric prints and retro aesthetics all making comebacks. When injecting a hint of the 1970s into your home interior, texture certainly takes priority as interior designer Mischa Couvrette details:

“We are seeing more textured fabrics, geometric shapes and patterns, and multi-use/free-flowing spaces like sunken living rooms, room dividers, and upholstered seating… Hallmarks of 1970s design include bringing nature indoors, materials like velvet and rattan, and patterned wallpaper.”

Team bold prints in avocado green, chocolate brown and mustard yellow with classic accessories of similar shades to ensure the perfect blend of 70s nostalgia and chic, contemporary classics. Our Everest Throw in Caper Green and White and Enya Blanket in Asparagus Green offer beautiful, earthy tones that look great in 70s schemes not to mention deliver the supreme softness 100% baby alpaca wool is known and loved for.

Choose soft lines and curvier shapes

Whether you’re embracing pink tones this season or going full-on 70s, the use of soft lines and curvy shapes is a must in both schemes. Soft, curvy-shaped accessories are not only interesting to look at; they add lightness and romance to any space, and this will certainly be appreciated in the cooler, darker autumn and winter seasons.

From rounded kitchen accessories made from reclaimed materials to curved candle holders and shapely placemats, our collection is brimming with stunningly sculptured homewares that put softness first in your space.

Shop our full range of home accessories today to find the timelessly trendy touches that you’ll rely on this season and the next, and even the one after that!