I don’t know about you, but last week felt as if Autumn is on its way. We’ve had Storm Ellen knocking about here in Cornwall, and with all that wind, rain, and trees down, Autumn is knocking at the door imminently. That said, as you know from my previous trends posts, I love to share with you the upcoming Autumn Winter Home Decor Trends 2020/21 season.
Key Interior Design Trends Autumn Winter 2020/21
If you are planning your next interior design project, you might want to consider these key ideas to be on-trend.
Soft beige furniture is right on trend for this coming fall. Fabrics and textures include bouclé. This texture is a new one on me! Basically, think back to the soft teddy bear you had as a child, well this new fabric bouclé is teddy bear cozy, just like your favorite bear.
We have all loved the Scandi trend over the last few years. Now it’s back with a bold colourful makeover. Scandi is now in bold primary colours, with a geometric slant. Strong lines, with experimental paint techniques. A friend of mine has got this trend perfectly with her newly decorated living room with wood flooring. She’s used statement bright yellow, cream, and grey colours to paint her living room. Using masking tape to get those bold geometric lines and shapes perfectly on the walls.
You may hear of the term Grandmillennial mentioned by designers this year. It’s a cross between traditional and contemporary designs.
Other trends that will be popular include, cozy country, rich, luxurious, and bejewelled. This glamorous, vintage home interior style that you can expect to see a lot of this upcoming autumn and winter can be effortlessly incorporated into your home in the form of a vintage drinks trolley, the perfect hosting accessory for the upcoming season.
On point to mention is that real plants are now a huge trend for 2020. Out are the artificial dust catcher plants and in are living walls and Swiss cheese plants. During the lockdown, creating your plant areas for your home became very popular.
Colour Trends Autumn Winter 2020
We mustn’t forget the colour palette for this forthcoming season. A few scatter cushions and home accessories in these colours will uplift your room.
- Lavender hues
- Soft clay colours – Earthy shades, and pale pinks
- Natural green shades
- Soft reds and terracotta burnt oranges
The grey on grey Mrs Hinch style of the late 2010s is on it’s way out. It’s run it’s course and is making way for a warmer palette of colours.
Fact – Navy Blue is the colour of 2020. It’s a timeless colour that looks good on any feature wall.
Do you have any plans to give your home an Autumn/Winter makeover?
Thanks for stopping by today, I hope you’ve enjoyed this post.
*This is a collaborative post