Summer is just around the corner but here in House of Fraser, we just couldn’t wait to show you our homeware trends for Autumn Winter 13 featured in our recent press day. From bright and bold geometric patterns to winter florals, take a sneak peek of the AW13 House of Fraser Home Collection.

 What’s New in House of Fraser Kitchen?

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In the kitchen, neutral and natural woods are paired with bright and quirky accessories. We’re already in love with these cute dog mugs that will brighten up your breakfast!

Bright & Bold Bathroom

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Next season will be all about bright colours and bold patterns; mixing vivid hues such as citrus, vibrant blue, fuchsia towels and bath accessories will be an easy way to introduce this trend to your home. We can totally see these quirky rabbit jars keeping all our beauty essentials on our bathroom shelves!

Vivid Geometrics

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This retro geometric trend will brighten up your home next season. Quirky cushions, bright ornaments and abstract patterns on bed linen will lift any room during the colder months.

Vintage Leather

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Go back to basics with luxurious leather and warm hues; add some interest to your scheme with vintage printed cushions and suitcases side tables. Who said basics had to be boring?

Winter Floral

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That’s right, we just can’t get enough of flower power in our homes… Printed all over bed linen; mix the floral trend with strong shades of pink and purple to give the floral treatment to your bedroom.

Biba Is Turning Art Deco

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We have a feeling Biba has taken its inspirations through ‘The Great Gatsby’ for the winter season; dramatic prints mixed with gold and monochrome shades will turn your bedroom into a real art deco haven.

Bonus: In the Forest

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Owl cushions, stag table lamp, squirrel ornaments… these wild animals from the forest will surely take their place in your home next season!

Tell us what is your favourite home trend for Autumn Winter 13?

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