Autumn home trends to keep an eye on

As the cold nights are drawing in and we’re seeking refuge indoors, autumn is a great time to give your home a makeover. Whether you’re planning to refresh your house or completely revamp it, this season’s hottest interior trends will help you update your living space with ease. From classic Scandi styles to sumptuous jewel tones, here are some of our favourite autumn home trends.

Jewel tones

If you want to liven up your home this autumn, the jewel tones trend is your perfect companion. These deep, vibrant hues – think ruby red, emerald green, sapphire blue– will bring richness to your living space and make it cosier just in time for the colder months. For a more dramatic look, contrast jewel-toned accents with tranquil neutrals to really make those powerful shades pop or pair them with metals like gold or brass for an extra touch of sophistication and warmth.

Soft tropics

Not just a fad, the tropical trend is still going strong and has become a Pinterest-worthy home décor staple. This season forget bold, in-your-face jungle patterns and go for subtle tropical-inspired accents and delicate prints in a softer, slightly desaturated colour palette. Contrast green, the most calming of colours, with blush pink for a relaxing yet uplifting look. To fully turn your home into a tropical sanctuary, we recommend adding some real plants too. That is, if you’re ready for the commitment.


Nordic retreat

As autumn comes around, we all go chasing hygge – the ultimate feeling of cosiness. The popular Danish concept takes a new form with this Nordic retreat trend, a cosier take on the sleek Scandi look we all love. Effortless and simple yet warm and welcoming, this trend is centred around a neutral colour palette that aims to create a calming space where you can retreat from the outside world. To achieve that, layer different neutral tones together (our faves are oatmeal, warm grey and off white) and use subtle hints of texture and pattern which will give your home a more sophisticated feel. Top tip: pop a fluffy fur throw on the back of a chair to complete the Nordic retreat look – your place will instantly look more inviting.

Geometric design

Geometric shapes and patterns are not only very much on trend right now but are also exceptionally easy to incorporate into your home décor. Effortless and stylish, the geometric trend will instantly add a modern twist to your living space. To update any room in the simplest way possible, go for small accessories that can be easily swapped in and out like cushions or vases. For an especially strong look, pair eye-catching geometric designs with brightly-coloured monochrome pieces. But if bold patterns are not your thing, fluid shapes and rounded curves are part of this trend too. We recommend this interestingly-shaped yet super trendy mirror to add some subtle geometric influence to your space.