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8th November 2017

Autumn/Winter 2017 Interior Trends

Autumn/Winter 2017 Interior Trends

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Now that Autumn is in full swing it’s time to start getting our homes ready for the colder months. After all, spending time in the cosy warmth of your home is the best way to spend the dark, wintery evenings! 

There are plenty of exciting trends to take note of this season, particularly:

Teal
Since Pantone made green the shade of 2017, there has been a wide range of variations on the colour, with teal and peacock blue being no exception. Perfect for bringing a jewel-toned elegance to any room, teal is an extremely versatile colour that can be easily mixed and matched with other shades on the spectrum or clashed with opposite colours to create a more dramatic finish. We love the teal shade of the Alstons Camden sofa, perfect for bringing this elegant trend into your home. 

Metallics
You would have to be living under a rock to not have noticed the impact that copper and rose gold finishes have had over the last year or so, and this trend is set to continue into the winter. Think metallic lighting, cushions, and vases.

Big Knits
Nothing says comfy more than an oversized knitted blanket, so make the most of the big knit trend by creating your own chunky cable knit blanket or pouffe cover.

Fireplaces
Winter means spending a lot more time in front of the fire, so why not take inspiration from this season’s trend and glam your fireplace up with a fancy new guard.

 

Statement Chairs
One of the best things about this trend is that if you make the right choice, it will become a classic which will last through many future fashion fads. Think timeless design with a twist, such as a classic armchair in a bright geometric print.

For all of the latest trends in interiors, head into our showroom in Weston-super-Mare or drop us a line on 01934 513740 to speak to our experienced, knowledgeable staff. They will provide you with support and dedicated assistance to help you find the perfect furniture for your home. 

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