Hello Autumn. We've teamed up with Tarina from Oh.Eight.Oh.Nine to share the latest home style trends and curate a list of beautiful & affordable home decor finds that ooze sophistication without completely breaking the bank.
"Think warm, sandy beige hues with a subtle grounding of deep spice, tan and chocolate tones. I am absolutely loving this earthy colour palette and even more that the featured products are all super accessible under the one roof at Cockburn Gateway. You’ll find plenty of on-trend Autumn/Winter homewares in some of their leading stores like Adairs, Kmart, Big W, Frankii, TLC Collective and Bed Bath N Table. I have shopped up a storm to share an abundance of cosy, seasonal inspiration below, that I hope you all adore."
Before we dive straight in, it’s also great to think about longevity, sustainability and what products will be easily styled all year round. Some of the current interior trends will be heavily featured throughout Autumn & Winter, but will remain strong design elements heading into warmer months and the forseeable future:
- Curves and soft edges - They help create a calm, tranquil setting and are being used in all aspects of interior, furniture and home decor design.
- Warm neutrals - Creamy beige hues continue to be prominent going into Autumn/Winter, especially when paired with tonal, earthy accents. Think chocolate, burgundy, spice, mustard, tan and camel as feature colours to decorate with.
- Textured upholstery - The use of chunky, woven textiles and raw, natural fibres help emphasise the feeling of cosiness and warmth. Boucle and shearling upholstery fabrics will continue to be extremely popular with most leading retailers releasing their own spin on textured furnishings this AW22.
- Fluting and ribbed surfaces - The repetition of line continues to be a firm favourite among designers and interior enthusiasts. Most commonly seen in furniture and glass design, this trend is going to stick around well into 2023 and years to come. If you’re taking a budget friendly approach, there are some elegant looking vases and decorative accessories around with fluted textures, that will be sure to add a high end look to your home.
- Mixed timbers - When curated carefully, the collaboration of dark and light wood paired together, look simply divine (and oh-so-sophisticated!!) If you’re wanting inspiration on how to effectively and harmoniously use dark/light timbers together, trying googling or searching ‘Japandi Interior‘ on Pinterest.
From the new caramel glazed dinnerwear range at Kmart to assorted giftware from TLC Collective, Adairs furniture and more, click here to read the full blog complete with product links & styling tips.