Best Autumn Winter home design trends for 2017
AW17 interior trends feature warm, inviting hues, plush velvets and a mix of patterns and prints, to create a living space that’s packed with personality.
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As the days get shorter and colder, nothing beats curling up on the sofa in front of a toasty fire or dining with friends in a comforting living space. Create a warm and cosy living space this autumn by embracing a colourful mix of soft berry tones, geo prints and one-off pieces. Take a look at our favourite AW 17 interiors trends.
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Decorate your walls and accessorise with rich jewel hues, like muted pink, deep plum and uplifting teal, to emit an inviting feel. This sleek teal footstool, £149 by Made.com is a subtle nod to the trend.
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To create a bold, fresh feel in your living space, opt for graphic wallpaper, like Kelly Hoppen’s linear gold print from Graham Brown (£23 per 10m roll), or try a two-tone take on a classic design in a bold pattern along one wall.
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From candles to mirrors, add tastefully curated metallic accessories with aged or antique finishes to give your autumnal scheme the midas touch. This gold frame wall mirror, £228, from Chandelier & Company ticks all the boxes.
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Lavish velvets inject an intimate and snug atmosphere in any room. Choose colours that are warm and welcoming, such as deep blues and burnt orange. Sit back in comfort on this plush cushion, £19.99, from Iansnow.com.
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Work in bold monochrome patterns in picture frames, wall art and cushions. This set of polka dot print vases, £26.95, from Audenza, will add interest and style appeal to any dining table.
Get more decorating ideas from the full feature on Autumn Winter 2017 seasonal looks in the November 2017 issue of Good Homes magazine, or head to the Ideal Home Show Christmas where the Good Homes team will be creating inspiring room sets.Tags: home decor trends