Trending: autumn wallpaper ideas you’ll love
Wallpaper can no doubt change the overall look of a room. If your living space is missing something and needs amping up, you might be considering a freshen up of your scheme for the new season. We’ve put together this list of the top autumn wallpaper trends taking over…
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Set the scene with an inspiring feature wall design in your living room or bedroom. This darker style with classic autumnal shades will instantly transform the room and bring a cosy, warm feeling. It looks fantastic styled with rattan furniture, another big AW21 trend.
Think the autumn season means leaving colour behind? Think again! Vibrant shades and wildlife are here to stay for the new season with plenty of nature-inspired designs. The busy pattern in this design from Mind The Gap is another big trend, and is perfect for a single or dual wall design, complimented by two plain painted walls.
This dazzling design has been a huge trend for the last year or so, and it’s going nowhere. Fitting perfectly as a statement wall behind your bed, or as something to liven up a home office, we’re big fans. This geometric look from Wall Sauce shows off bold autumn colours whilst embracing the trend.
Not every autumn wallpaper trend is bold and busy, sticking with a neutral scheme is still set to be popular this season. Keeping things more understated and basic in decor mean you can be more creative with furniture design, curtains and other soft furnishings. This yoga-inspired design from the Fearne Cotton x Woodchip and Magnolia collection is subtle but serene, and will be perfect for autumn.
We’re sure Laura Ashley fans will be pleased to know, that florals are still a popular wallpaper choice for AW21. Whether you like a busy print across a feature wall or a simpler more open flower-inspired style, both looks are still at the forefront of interiors.
Another booming trend for this autumn is abstract designs, and marble in particular. This Japanese-inspired design has imperfections, with each roll of wallpaper being entirely unique. Expressing movement and freedom, its almost like a painting on a wall of your home. You can choose your own colour combinations, too, for an added creative approach.
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