The new Autumn trends for home interiors are all about colour!
Browsing around in one of my interior-hinting trips, I have come across some exciting new autumn trends for home interiors. And believe me, it’s going to be colourful! Here some of my tips to follow for a chic and trendy home.
Add interest to a room without being too bright or scary! An accent chair, footstool or bench, wall art or a painted wall – the choice is yours…
Mustard is a key colour in interiors, but this year matched perfectly with rich jewel colours. This versatile shade also works well with indigo blue, blush pink, teal and white.
Warm colours are associated with optimism and joy and our reaction against a digital world. I have seen the colour Spiced Honey from Dulux is a warm tan colour. Natural, timeless and enduring.
Move towards warmer based reds. Warm spice colours that make us feel like we have been given a great big hug and forget about the world outside. Mix with ochre, rose and bronze to feel that warm embrace!
Pinks are also super versatile and subtle.
The pink colour palette works well in all light. Bring warmth into your home with blush upholstery. Add its softness against a bold wall of crimson or dutch orange or a sophisticated touch with cooler blue or grey.
Reconnect with nature with soft earthy and tactile colours that leave you feeling balanced and calm. Try Farrow and Ball paint colours Sulking room pink, a muted shade of rose, or Jitney, brown based, or Treron, a greenish grey. From what I have seen they look perfect.
New neutrals and a warmer palette to create a restful yet uplifting space. Taupe is definitely back! This classic warmish grey is stunning in contrast with chocolate or mulberry.
Move grey up a level with the addition of dusky rose or cranberry.
Or turn to the greens for a restorative and reviving colour palette. See the National Trust paint collection in authentic Retro shades. Try blues, forest green and brick red, they work well together. Be bold with yellow and army green or calmer with mustard yellow.
Kill the blues with a deep blue colour palette, and add optimism and resilience. Heritage colours in blackcurrant or mulberry give blues a rich comfortable feel. Use in living rooms where we retire at night with warm accents of brass or gold. A navy wall with ultramarine velvet upholstery is simply stunning.
As for black accents, they can smarten up a neutral colour scheme. Contrast with coffee brown, cashmere taupe or lavender.
Remember the dado rail look? Paint in your Hallway-use spiced honey paint for a warm and welcoming feeling. Or pick a wallpaper to create a statement wall. A classic scroll design in midnight blue looks stunning or a mural with palms or banana leaf print.