Autumn Winter 2017 Interior Trends

Looking to decorate your home? Follow these tips from industry experts and trend forecasters to create a home that’s totally on trend! Believe me, these are 6 trends you don’t want to miss!

Last year’s trend post was such a success, I thought I’d create one this year too. You can access last year’s post here.

You can find more information about the first 5 trends in the October issue of the Ideal Home magazine, or visit their website: idealhome.co.uk

1.Geo Scandi

The scandi look is being updated this season, with mid century styles, metallic touches and darker grey accents making an appearance.

This versatile trend will create a fresh, contemporary feel in any room. Its slim proportions suit small spaces as well as large. Bare floors are key to this trend, add a rug for a touch of warmth.

The scandi look is being updated this season, with mid century styles, metallic touches and darker grey accents making an appearance. This versatile trend will create a fresh, contemporary feel in any room. Its slim proportions suit small spaces as well as large. Bare floors are key to this trend, add a rug for a touch of warmth.
(Credit: George Home, Asda)

“Soften this style with ab abundance of houseplants – trailing from hanging pots, sculptural cacti and succulents on shelves or large leafed varieties in floor planters”

Michela Colling, Ideal Home magazine

Create the look for yourself:

The scandi look is being updated this season, with mid century styles, metallic touches and darker grey accents making an appearance.  This versatile trend will create a fresh, contemporary feel in any room. Its slim proportions suit small spaces as well as large. Bare floors are key to this trend, add a rug for a touch of warmth.
(Credit: My product board)
  1. Hanging hexagon mirror, George Home
  2. Offbeat angle bottles, Argos
  3. Bumble oak chest of drawers, Habitat
  4. Modena Frame, Oliver Bonas
  5. Modul Wallpaper, Scion
  6. Bask sofa, DFS
  7. Geo Kelim rug, Debenhams
  8. Nate Pendant light, Debenhams
  9. Yellow quilted cushion, George Home
  10. Metallic Scandi Geometric Cushion, George Home
  11. Pure Wall Clock, Marks & Spencer
  12. Planters, Marks & Spencer

 

2.Retro Remix

Mid century style meets contemporary design with a touch of glam to create a statement look. If you’re a fan of Fifties and Seventies styles and want to indulge your love of retro design, this will be right up your street!

This trend works especially well in modern spaces as well as houses built in the Fifties, Sixties and Seventies. It is perfect for dining and living rooms and can be toned down for bedrooms.

Mid century style meets contemporary design with a touch of glam to create a statement look. If you're a fan of Fifties and Seventies styles and want to indulge your love of retro design, this will be right up your street! This trend works especially well in modern spaces as well as houses built in the Fifties, Sixties and Seventies. It is perfect for dining and living rooms and can be toned down for bedrooms.
(Credit: Mood Collections)

“The discreet luxury of this trend offers a fresh take on mid century style that stays true to the retro DNA, fusing sleek silhouettes with sophisticated materials”

Sophia Ridley, Head of Design at Debenhams

Create the look for yourself:

retro remix final

 

  1. Coxbridge Mirror, Mood Collections
  2. Black bracket mango wood shelf, Eclect Design
  3. Elsted Chair, Mood Collections
  4. Gold Strand candle holder, Curious Egg
  5. Geo Chartreuse cushion, House of Fraser
  6. City Loft 2 seater sofa, Furniture Village
  7. Oslo rug, Premier housewares
  8. Loki black walnut shelves, Habitat
  9. Clark suspension pendant lamp, The Conran Shop
  10. Luna Chair, West Elm
  11. Bramber quilted cushion, Mood Collections
  12. Vern owl vase, Magpie
  13. Salvador bar cabinet, West Elm

 

3.Modern Romance

Create an air of opulence with a look that combines luxe materials, soft pastel tones and refined rustic touches that are irresistibly feminine, elegant and easy to live with.

This look is ideal for creating a relaxing bedroom. Upholstered furniture and tables with slimline metal edges are key to nailing this trend. You can also try this trend in a period property to give it a warm, contemporary feel.

Create an air of opulence with a look that combines luxe materials, soft pastel tones and refined rustic touches that are irresistibly feminine, elegant and easy to live with.  This look is ideal for creating a relaxing bedroom. Upholstered furniture and tables with slimline metal edges are key to nailing this trend. You can also try this trend in a period property to give it a warm, contemporary feel.
(Credit: Mood Collections)

“For accessories that add a modern edge to this wonderfully soft and feminine style, look for gleaming rose gold or pick vases and objects in marble or rose quartz”

Nicky Phillips, Decorating Editor at Ideal Home magazine

Create the look for yourself:

Create an air of opulence with a look that combines luxe materials, soft pastel tones and refined rustic touches that are irresistibly feminine, elegant and easy to live with. This look is ideal for creating a relaxing bedroom. Upholstered furniture and tables with slimline metal edges are key to nailing this trend. You can also try this trend in a period property to give it a warm, contemporary feel.
(Credit: My product board)
  1. Capo D’opra poster, Desenio
  2. Foundry pendant light, Loaf
  3. Sequinned cushion, Debenhams
  4. Roxford ombre throw, Very
  5. Thankster love seat, Loaf
  6. Faux Magnolia, Oka
  7. Agate coasters, Rock & Flame
  8. Pilton Mirror, Mood Collections
  9. Grey grunge watercolour wallpaper mural, Murals wallpaper
  10. Mercury Urn, Marks & Spencer
  11. Fawn faux fur Throw, Tesco Direct
  12. Round glass top side table, Argos

 

4.New Artisan 

This year’s Hygge is all about giving a utilitarian scheme an organic style with raw finishes and hand-crafted details.

If you like simple country schemes, but are drawn to modern design too, you’ll love this trend. This tactile look will bring a calm, contemporary vibe to a kitchen, living room or bedroom. It works very well against bare brick walls and wooden floorboards that can be found in period properties and barn conversions. Stick to a calming palette of chalky white, warm grey with black or navy accents.

This year's Hygge is all about giving a utilitarian scheme an organic style with raw finishes and hand-crafted details. If you like simple country schemes, but are drawn to modern design too, you'll love this trend. This tactile look will bring a calm, contemporary vibe to a kitchen, living room or bedroom. It works very well against bare brick walls and wooden floorboards that can be found in period properties and barn conversions. Stick to a calming palette of chalky white, warm grey with black or navy accents.
(Credit: Neptune)

“If you crave a bit more colour with this earthy, natural palette, keep it subtle with russet, orange and ochre to add warmth or denim blue and dusty greens for depth”

Jane Akers, Deputy Editor at Ideal Home magazine

Create the look for yourself:

This year's Hygge is all about giving a utilitarian scheme an organic style with raw finishes and hand-crafted details.  If you like simple country schemes, but are drawn to modern design too, you'll love this trend. This tactile look will bring a calm, contemporary vibe to a kitchen, living room or bedroom. It works very well against bare brick walls and wooden floorboards that can be found in period properties and barn conversions. Stick to a calming palette of chalky white, warm grey with black or navy accents.
(Credit: My product board)
  1. Seedling cotton fabric, Tori Murphy
  2. Bumble stool, Loaf
  3. Antique copper and wood pendant, Very
  4. Artisan ribbed gradient bottle, Argos
  5. Casadeco Ceramica Bleu Gris Wallpaper, Select Wallpaper
  6. Fairfield cabinet, One World
  7. Soapstone dip bowls, John Lewis
  8. Woven wool throw, Decorator’s Notebook
  9. Agra wood and marble chopping board, Habitat
  10. Set of 4 Artisan marble coasters, Sass and Belle
  11. Cerused mixed wood effect chevron tiles, Walls and Floors
  12. Blake table lamp, Cotswold Co.
  13. Ashdown Chest, Very

 

5.Global Glamour

Rich jewel tones, burnished metallics and sumptuous textures bring a luxurious update to the global trend.

This trend works particularly well in a bedroom, bathroom or living room. Add influences from around the world, such as Moroccan rugs or tropical palm motifs. Think velvet upholstery in earthy orange and burnt umber shades, copper bowls and brass lamps.

Rich jewel tones, burnished metallics and sumptuous textures bring a luxurious update to the global trend.  This trend works particularly well in a bedroom, bathroom or living room. Add influences from around the world, such as Moroccan rugs or tropical palm motifs. Think velvet upholstery in earthy orange and burnt umber shades, copper bowls and brass lamps.
(Credit: The press loft)

“Blending textural patterns, bold bursts of colour and one-off pieces provide the finishing touches that add drama to your decor”

Sophia Ridley, Head of design at Debenhams

Create the look for yourself:

Rich jewel tones, burnished metallics and sumptuous textures bring a luxurious update to the global trend. This trend works particularly well in a bedroom, bathroom or living room. Add influences from around the world, such as Moroccan rugs or tropical palm motifs. Think velvet upholstery in earthy orange and burnt umber shades, copper bowls and brass lamps.
(Credit: My product board)
  1. Delia Throw in Old Gold, Perch and Parrow
  2. Berkeley tile in charcoal, Topps Tiles
  3. Aloe Capitata, Abigail Ahern at Debenhams
  4. Launceston velvet armchair, Oka
  5. Wicker Trumpet light, Out There Interiors
  6. Louga Red and yellow cushion, Maisons du Monde
  7. Metal Bronze lantern, JD Williams
  8. Bamboo stools, Rockett St George
  9. Old Kelim-style rug, Ian Snow
  10. Buddha Head sculpture, Libra
  11. Ayurvedic copper tray, Raj Tent Club
  12. Palm tree table lamp, Mia Fleur
  13. Brass Elephant container, House of Fraser

 

6. 5th Avenue 

This trend relies on splendour, glamour and fancy things. The 5th Avenue look has it all and more! Enter a slick yet fabulous New York apartment, with its polished sheen, art deco motifs and luxury fabrics, this look is all about reimagining the classics.

This look works particularly well in living rooms and bedrooms, due to the luxurious, soft textures and brass accents.

5th Avenue
(Credit: Maisons Du Monde)

Create the look for yourself:

This trend relies on splendour, glamour and fancy things. The 5th Avenue look has it all and more! Enter a slick yet fabulous New York apartment, with its polished sheen, art deco motifs and luxury fabrics, this look is all about reimagining the classics.  This look works particularly well in living rooms and bedrooms, due to the luxurious, soft textures and brass accents. 
(Credit: my product board)
  1. Grey Geometric cushion, Maisons du Monde
  2. IC Modern floor lamp, Flos
  3. Deco lounge jar holder, Debenhams
  4. Alma dresser acacia wood, Maisons du Monde
  5. Nero fabric stool, Maisons du Monde
  6. Gold pine cone statuette, Maisons du Monde
  7. Warrington Gold metal mirror, Maisons du Monde
  8. Icarus bell jar, Maisons du Monde
  9. Nestor beige patterned rug, Maisons du monde
  10. Map of new york print, Desenio
  11. Malone Chandelier, Maisons du Monde
  12. Constantin Ochre velvet armchair, Maisons du Monde
  13. Black and gold globe, Maisons du Monde

 

Thanks for reading, I hope you enjoyed this post. Don’t forget to check out last years too! Let me know which trend is your favourite in the comments ↓↓↓

Eve x

P.S There’s still time to vote for me in the Amara IBA’s 2017! Follow the link to vote: http://www.interiorblogawards.com/vote/eve-morgan-interiors/  😊

 

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10 Comments Add yours

  1. kaysblogs says:

    Hey I loved this blog post so much. Your photography is such goals, you are so talented. I love reading blog posts from you so much, I think your blog is so amazing and stunning and I always get excited when I see that you have uploaded a post 🙂 🙂 🙂
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    1. Eve Morgan says:

      Aw thank you! I’m glad you enjoyed this post. That’s such a lovely compliment x

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  2. catnrat says:

    I think I like modern romance the best, but these are all amazing!

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    1. Eve Morgan says:

      That’s definitely one of my favourites, I like 5th Avenue and Modern Romance the best I think!

      Liked by 1 person

  3. Love the New Artisan palette. It’s always fun to see what’s trending for fall/winter.

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  4. the modern romance is awesome! great post as usual

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  5. Sam says:

    Love the Retro Remix! Looks great in the bedroom!

    We’ve taken a look at some Autumn Trends too:
    https://kontenta.co.uk/designroom/autumn-2017-design-trends/

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