Sneak peek: Tesco’s home range for autumn 2020
Tesco’s autumn/winter range officially launches in stores next week. We’ve got the insider scoop on what you’ll find in the aisles for the new season.
Launching next week, Tesco’s new autumnal homeware range is the perfect pick to transition your home from summer to autumn.
The new season collection includes a range of key trends, designed so that you can buy into the hottest interior looks without breaking the bank.
Take a look at what you’ll be able to pick up in stores from the 28th September.
Global-inspired interiors typically feature natural materials and a warm colour palette which is pefect for autumnal styling. Inspired by sunset desert scenes in North Africa, as well as patterns and shapes created using the Mark Making technique, this trend includes artisinal-inspired ceramics and statement bedding designs.
Mixing traditional woodland motifs with sophisticated ceramic and glassware designs, the country trend from Tesco’s autumn range is sure to be a winner with classic interior lovers.
Featuring faux fur and super cosy soft furnishings as well as adorable animal ornaments, this specific look would be fabulous for a traditional country feel.
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Taking inspiration from the glamourous 1920s, the Tesco Art Deco trend features a rich and luxurious colour palette of teal and navy with gold accents.
We’ve spotted a lot of high end designers bringing out Art Deco-inspired pieces, which come with a hefty price tag but Tesco are offering the same look for a fraction of the cost. Decorative trays and trinket boxes are the ideal accessories for styling up an Art Deco space.
Bring a touch of luxury into your home this autumn with Tesco’s glam range. Showcasing shimmering metallics, palm prints and mirrored textures, keep your interiors feeling light and bright even when the darker nights roll in. We think this trend would look fabulous incorporated into a bedroom to luxe up the space.
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