The Top Autumn Interior Trends You Can Bring Into Your Garden Room
9th October 2020
That’s it, the rain is here, the nights are drawing in and the heating is on. Autumn has arrived. However, let’s not look at this as a negative, instead, look at it as a welcome change and some of the best changes include snuggling around a log burner, cups of hot chocolate, oversized knitted jumpers and of course, those autumnal interior feels. So, what looks are on point for this season? Read on to find out which autumn interior trends you can bring into your garden room.
Earthy colours are warm and inviting which makes them perfect for the autumn. Try going for a spiced Moroccan red for a feature wall or perhaps a mustard yellow in your soft furnishings. Mellow greens will work well as a backdrop to your garden or maybe consider a few orange touches to bring some colour into your room? The key here is to keep it simple and not to overdo it. That way you will have a warm, not dark space, one that you will always be able to enjoy.
Have you ever heard of Bouclé? This refers to the teddy bear fabric look that has been recently seen on many interior items including seats, sofas, foot stools and cushions. This raised and comfy fabric instantly makes a room feel warm and snuggly which makes it a perfect autumn interiors choice for your garden room.
With the oldy wordly look not quite yet leaving us (think shabby chic) the cane furniture look has come back in a big way and is proving how popular it can be when applied to beds, sofas, benches and coffee tables. The autumn trend here though is to go for cane that has a light, slightly worn appearance to it, giving the impression of having been aged. Using a mix of neutral and spiced soft furnishings will help to tie all of your looks together.
Speaking of neutrals, you really can’t go wrong with these in any season of the year. They make the perfect base colour for adding your seasonal ones to and they will always help to make a room feel bright, airy and calm. Keeping particular walls cream, throwing in some cool grey tones or adding white furniture are all perfect ways of injecting those neutrals without going OTT with it.
Cosy Country Cottage
It just has to be in this list for autumn trends, doesn’t it? You simply cannot go wrong with with cosy and with country cottage feels. They work so beautifully in smaller spaces like garden rooms, summer houses or log cabins too. Think creams, greys, large throws, oversized cushions, thick piled rugs and a log burner and you are right on track for creating your own mini country cottage look.
Rich and Bejewelled
For a more luxurious autumn trend you could go for the rich and bejewelled look which sees colours such as dark turquoise, golds, deep greens and purples being blended with jewels, fringing and bling. It should look classic and timeless but also have a big impact.
Those are just a few of the amazing autumn interior trends we are seeing this year, do you have any more to add?