Top interior design trends for autumn winter 2020
We’ve rounded up the latest interior design trends that are destined for your home next season.
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You may be in full summer mode during this heatwave, but autumn is fast approaching. Get ahead of the interiors game with the latest seasonal styles and start planning your next project with these stylish trends in mind.
There’s a new texture in town and interior lovers all over the globe are obsessing over it. Bouclé, sometimes referred to as teddy bear fabric, is a super textured textile that brings interest and a sense of cosiness to any space. This autumn, Dunelm are launching a whole range of bouclé adorned furniture which is perfect for any redecorating project.
If you enjoy bringing global influences into your own home to express your love for travel and different cultures, then embrace this trend and incorporate various world-inspired pieces into your space. Animal print cushions, statement ceramics and bold lighting designs are all at the forefront of interiors for AW20.
Scandi has had a colourful makeover for AW20 and we’re loving it! Primary colours are a popular choice for this look as they truly stand out and create a bold contrast. Stick to minimal designs and experiment with statement paint techniques. As part of a graphic interior design look, it’s important to consider the lines and contours within your space and how you are going to make them stand out.
A reoccuring trend that is popular every autumn/winter is that classic country look, which suits any style of property. A stylish colour story this coming season is going to be sage greens and earthy tones, which complements wood and other natural materials perfectly.
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Rich and bejewelled
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Embrace rich and bejewelled tones this autumn/winter that feel ultra luxurious. Darker colours and heavier fabrics create a moody atmosphere, which is a different take on a classic cosy feel. Invest in a statement piece of furniture in a bejewelled tone such as teal, burgundy or burnt orange. Accessorise with metallic accessories and velvet soft furnishings.
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The grandmillennial trend is all about embracing the past and bringing it into a contemporary setting. Channel ‘granny chic’ with floral patterns, retro designs and accessories that evoke nostalgia. Also, be mindful to enhance any interesting features you may have in your home.
Which of these AW20 trends will you be incorporating? Let us know by tweeting us @goodhomesmag or posting a comment on our Facebook page.