A brief rundown of AW17's top interior trends
The start of a brand-new season is upon us, so here are a few of the top trends you can expect to see flourishing during autumn/winter 2017.
A burst of colour
Settling on a colour scheme for a room can be tricky. If you have been struggling to decide, the great news is that colour blocking is back in a big way. Teal is going to be one of this season’s hottest colours and if this blue-green hue is something you would like to incorporate into your own space, it looks stunning when paired with strong greys and bursts of rich red.
Goodbye metro, hello geometric
Metro tiles still look sleek and contemporary, firmly holding on to their timeless appeal; however, this season’s geometric approach offers a more intricate, eye-catching and arguably more adaptable aesthetic. Different patterns and tones will help you to create either a traditional or a modern look, providing a subtle background or acting as a statement feature depending on your personal tastes.
Calming, natural tones
Feeling at one with the natural world is both grounding and calming; however, if adding hints of greenery to your space is not for you, you can achieve an equally tranquil ambience by embracing a muted colour palette of whites and mid-greys. Introducing soft linens, handmade ceramics and woven rugs will enhance this aesthetic, ensuring your space looks comfortable and inviting in addition to calm and serene.
There is something inherently luxurious about emerald tones and this is a shade that is more versatile than it may initially appear. Add sumptuous emerald velvet cushions throughout your living area for a touch of luxe, or embrace the drama with emerald as a feature wall colour and accessorise with accents of millennial pink and shiny copper.
Bold and transformative, large-scale floral wallpapers are set to define interiors this season. Choose a design with a muted colour palette, incorporating blush pinks, rich emerald greens and soft dove greys for the ultimate romantic ambience.
Other key trends to look out for
Prepare to see bold monochrome designs, stripes, lashings of soft millennial pink, plenty of opulent velvets, and the continual rise of houseplants. The popularity of cacti and succulents will continue, alongside the addition of fiddle leaf figs, fern palms and banana trees. Plants with large leaves will deliver wonderful flashes of rich green tones to every space and provide you with an ideal excuse to play around with colour, tone and pattern by investing in some beautiful pots for the newest additions to your home.
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