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Autumn Interior Trends: 5 Home Design Trends to Consider this Season

We’re forecasting that these home design concepts will make a stylish statement in your home this Autumn.

Life Interiors
Life Interiors

With a new season comes a moment to take a look at where to next. With the falling leaves comes the time for a fresh start and to take the chance to lift your interiors game. At the very heart of this is the realisation of the value and power of your homes with spaces having to be adaptable, welcoming and personal. With our autumn styling ideas, we take a deep dive into the top trends set to define the season, and how easy they are to incorporate into your home.

Make a Style Statement with Your Entryway

Whether it is a small doorway or a large hallway, it is the first place that greets your guests on arrival. Given it is an integral part of any home, it needs to be a masterclass in balance between function and style. From somewhere to put your keys, to a wow piece of art, Supa Centa Moore Park has teamed up with Interior Stylist Fiona Gould to share expert tips on how to make a big style statement with your entryway.

Check out the expert tips here

Shapely Sculptural Elements

Curves have come back in a major way and have permeated all home decor, from Bed Threads' scalloped pillowcases to furniture like RJ Living's rounded bed heads. In making small seasonal shifts to your home interior, you can incorporate shapely features like Freedom's curved essence mirror. To both provide shape and cosiness heading into winter, consider a rug upgrade with this Omega Ivory Abstract Tribal Round Rug from Miss Amara.

For the furniture obsessed, consider a practical art piece in the form of the sculptural Paloma Bouclé Armchair masterpiece from Castlery. Set to create conversations with its highly sculptural and super comfortable aesthetic, this armchair features playful proportions and is a stand-out for all the right reasons.

Bed Threads.
Bed Threads.
Earthy Tones

A no brainer heading into autumn, expect earth tones and shades of brown to reign supreme in the home styling stakes. You can filter these natural hues into your existing decor by adding small accents like Bed Threads' rust bath mat and towels or a new olive bed spread from Carlotta & Gee.

If you are already looking to update some of your key furniture pieces and keen to make a big style statement, consider dark walnut wood shelving like Life Interiors' Sandi Bookshelf or lounge lover's gorgeous Whiskey Leather Sofa.

Texture, Texture, Texture

From floor to ceiling, our homes should be filled with interest and this mix in textures can be seen from plush shapely seats from Sarah Ellison to the stunning rugs from Armadillo. This season, we are loving corduroy and Hommey's new rugged, textured cushions are about to become your favourites too. Patterns, lines, surfaces and form all come together and considering the layers and depth of your decorating choices will help you create a truly inviting, welcoming home that will never fail to impress or delight you.

Fenton & Fenton
Fenton & Fenton
Maximalism Boom

While simplicity and clean design are still very much in vogue, there has been a shift towards excess. When the concept 'more is more' is applied, artfully, you can expect a beautiful explosion of colour, mixing rather than matching, and the space to fully express your personality.

When we want to be bold and brave in styling we go straight to Fenton & Fenton for furniture, decor, art, homewares and interior styling advice. For an injection of colour and warmth on your walls, Jai Vasicek vibrant artworks fit the brief.  And The Louie Chair and The Otto come in the pretty shades of Rose and Moss, and will liven any living room.

Our autumn design trends further delve into how we can make our houses, no matter their size, feel more like home while drawing on timeless style. From lighting and crockery, to wall finishes and feature pieces, there’s plenty to consider to build a place to call your own. For some space-savvy storage ideas, and for more online shopping spots.