It’s that time of year again when the nights start to draw in and the temperature begins to drop. So what are the key interior trends and colours for the cooler months ahead?
The focus for Autumn / Winter 2021/22 is largely on warmth, layering, nature, organic shapes, hand crafted items (baskets, textiles, ceramics, pottery) and sustainable interiors including recycling and upcycling items.
Incorporated within these elements are natural materials (cotton, linen, wicker, wood, bamboo), house plants (the taller the better), vegetable fibres (used for carpets, pots, rattan, caning) and items that connect with nature and bring the outside in.
There is a large focus on simplifying spaces and focusing on the essentials to create a more harmonious, uncluttered environment, more along the lines of the Japandi style (a combination of Japanese Minimalism and Scandi), helping to create a stronger sense of calm and wellbeing. .
The use of pattern, colour in similar tones, textiles and organic shapes work together to build depth, layering and interest with a focus on shaped furniture. Fabrics with natural fibres and curly wool used for cushions, rugs, arm chairs and teddy bear sofas soften the spaces.
For a touch of luxury, darker colours and textures like wood, faux leather, brass, marble and silver are used in combination with softer fabrics such as mohair, boucle and cotton. Art Deco inspired fluted shapes also continue to make an appearance.
Main surface areas are painted in relaxing neutral colours such as warm white, softer neutral beige or linen gray whilst contrasting tones seen in accent furniture pieces, soft furnishings and accessories have a more autumnal feel (burnt orange, mustard, dark green). The colour palette is heavily inspired by nature, of which green appears to be the key player.
Room dividers and reading corners are popular additions to spaces.
There remains a big focus on natural lighting whilst accent lighting continues to play an important role in setting the mood and ambience.
To summarise think nature, textures, layering and shapes against a neutral backdrop..........
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