Hottest interior design trends for Autumn Winter 2017

25th October 2017

As we love everything interiors at Juno PR, we decided to take a look at some of the hottest trends for your home this Autumn/Winter 2017. 

This season looks set to be full of exciting trends which includes dark, moody colours for both walls and accessories, plus a few pared-back naturals and bright accents. This is just a taste of some of our favourite.

The biggest trend looks set to be Monochrome

The strongest trend coming out of major retailers including Marks and Spencer and Next, Monochrome adorns our homes through striking prints including bold strips and eye-catching geometrics. We’re even seeing it extend to floors, with funky tiles and rugs.

Our favourite trend: Velvet

By far Team Juno’s favourite trend is the oh-so luxurious, soft to touch velvet. The sumptuous fabric gives your home a vibrant feel by bringing colours to life. If you feel like investing in a velvet sofa (check out our client's gorgeous Mayfair sofa here) is a step too far, then opt for some plain velvet cushions or a throw in pretty tones instead.

Get snug as a big: Chunky knits

Perfect for those cold winter nights, chunky knits come in all shapes and sizes, with most of us embracing hyggne and snuggling up with knitwear. We’re also seeing the trend being bolder, with knitted accessories moving towards chunky cable-knits. you’ll be needing a pouffe, too – the best interpretation of this trend: essentially a big knitted ball of wool for your feet. Our favourites are Loaf’s hand-knit cable-knit “bug” pouffe in ash grey, rhino or raspberry (£85) and John Lewis’s (£90) in smoke or steel.

Geometric Tiles

We’re all about tiles at Juno PR, with members of the team launching both Ted Baker’s and Laura Ashley’s tile collections. AW17 is very much about saying goodbye to metro tiles and hello to geometric tiles. Beautiful geometric tiles are a key trend and they're versatile too, as they can work in both modern and traditional settings.

Even the simplest tiles can create a statement, with herringbone or basketweave designs being key to creating wow.

Midnight Blues

We know grey is still the colour of choice for most interior design schemes, but AW17 is all about a richer colour scheme for winter. Look out for midnight blue, indigo and ink colours.

If dark tones aren’t your thing, then opt for super pretty pink. It's mood-enhancing, goes with everything, and will work in any room. Team it with pastel tones of sky blue and smoky grey, clear glass vases and a pop of vibrant cerise to give the look a zing of brightness. Add in some fresh blooms and you'll create a soothing space that will combat any dark thoughts about the cold and sometimes dreary autumn and winter!



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