Autumn/ Winter interior trends 2020

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It might still be in Summer, but lots of journalists are now working on their AW20 articles and looking for trends! From warm hues to wintery accessories, we have gathered the top Autumn/Winter 2020 interior trends. 

  • Earthy colours

When you think about A/W, you always think about snuggling up by the fireplace with a cuppa and a blanket. Making your interior space cosy over the colder periods can change your mood completely. Earthy colours can do the trick. Opt for warm hues like burnt orange, mustard, cream and dark green. These colours can be paired together or used as a staple colour for your home. Even just a touch of new paint on the walls will instantly make your home feel cosier for winter.

Habitat, Dowsing and Reynolds, AUDENZA, Elizabeth Ockford Ltd
  • Classic Blue 

The Pantone colour of the year for 2020, Classic Blue, is still storming its way through the interior world and will continue to do so for quite some time. Dark Blue hues are perfect for Autumn/Winter as this colour represents luxuriousness and calmness.

The French Bedroom Co, Maison Valentina, Stressless, MY Furniture, The French Bedroom Co
  • Dark bathrooms and kitchens

Bathrooms and kitchens are taking a nod to the gothic side with a darker touch this year. This look can transform your space into a modern and opulent abode. Dark bathrooms will bring a sense of drama and a stylish modern look into your home, also making your bathroom look sleek and clean all year round.

Design Centre, Maison Valentina, Pullcast, The Curious Department
  • Tartan

Tartan patterns scream Autumn/ Winter. Its cosy and textural designs make this the perfect trend for the colder seasons. Pair with herringbone for a traditional look or soft natural tones for a calming vibe.

Yorkshire Fabric Shop, English Blinds, Tartan Blanket Co, Carpetright
  • Grandmillenial 

The Grandmillennial trend, also known as “granny chic” has become increasingly popular in the interior world. With many people adding a touch of granny chic to their glam decor, combining old with new, this makes for a unique and characterful interior space over Autumn/ Winter.

Lujo, Florence Broadhurst, Mindthegap, Sofology

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