Trends and Tips for the Autumn Winter Season (6 pics)




Trends and Tips for the Autumn Winter Season

With Autumn upon us it is time to embrace the new trends of the season. As the nights grow longer an

With Autumn upon us it is time to embrace the new trends of the season. As the nights grow longer and the temperature drops it is time for those light summery designs to be thrown out in favour of the warm and the cosy. Here are some easy trends for you to try that don’t involve a full room overhaul. Deep Colours In the summer, light pastels and neutral creams are often the best colours, reflecting the natural light that long sunny days bring, brightening spaces. However, with the gloom of winter, there is little light to reflect making this is your chance to try those elegant and bold colours that would seem out of place in summer. Francesco Bilotto predicts moodier navies or dark turquoises will come into vogue, with these colours creating a rather striking appearance as seen utilised in this Thameside house. Read more after the jump:

Trends and Tips for the Autumn Winter Season

Deep colours can, however, make your rooms feel overly dark and melancholy if they are not crafted c

Deep colours can, however, make your rooms feel overly dark and melancholy if they are not crafted carefully. To combat this, it is recommended that you paint the ceiling either a brighter white or cream as depicted here, this house; or you can use a brighter shade of the wall colour, which creates a spacious effect, hiding the borders of your room whilst still keeping that unified singular colour aesthetic. Lighting With dark and long nights ahead, lighting is an essential element to a well-designed space. The best lights for winter and autumn offer large amounts of light in a golden hue, avoid white lights as these provide a morning aura, rather than the cosy vibe an autumn room should have. For the oncoming season, quirky lights have been predicted to make a strong presence – these are the perfect way to invigorate a cold space and show off your interior design acumen. One vendor that has been particularly impressive is Lamp Commerce , offering luxury Italian designs that are well suited to this season’s individual look. Fabbian is a brand with some great statement pieces that can really bring the room together into a cohesive design. Another aspect to take into account when adding lights to a room is the number of lights to have. In the summer months one main light with a bed or desk lamp will suffice. In the winter, when natural light is limited, layering your lights so all dark corners are illuminated can be a great help appearance-wise. These lamps and lights do not necessarily have to be bright, but rather have to cover the major areas of your room.

Trends and Tips for the Autumn Winter Season

Layers Layering up with ornaments and rugs is one way of bringing out that cosy feel Winter’s frost

Layers Layering up with ornaments and rugs is one way of bringing out that cosy feel Winter’s frost calls for. The laying of multiple rugs in contrasting tones and materials can provide a whimsical feel, making your room homely and warm. The floor isn’t the only place to do this though, bookshelves and coffee tables with books piled up and walls littered with art can reinvigorate the entire appeal of the space. However, be very careful that the layers don’t just look cluttered and mismatched. Coordinated clutter can look original and rather stylish but without forethought it often looks disorganised and messy so be warned. Tropical Prints Bold is the word on many interior designers’ lips. Out with corporate neutral colours and bland furniture and in with daring patterns and grand graphics. Despite autumn and winter diverging from summer’s style, tropical leafy prints are predicted to be popular this season with palm trees and banana leaves making appearances. These tropical prints can be hard to fit into your room without altering the entire look of the space. However, some designers have found it easier to incorporate smaller tropical elements rather than a whole wall of tropical wallpaper or a printed sofa. Instead you may opt for small tropical ornaments or some tropical print pillows to place on your neutral sofa to really bring it to life. Images from  Itaim Apartment by Diego Revollo Arquitetura Related Post Louis Vuitton FW16 Women’s Fashion Show Scenograph… Kiev Apartment by Yodezeen Tips in Choosing the Right Door Furniture for your… National Heart Centre by Broadway Malyan IDS09 – Interior Design Show Christian Louboutin’s Christmas Tree by StudioXAG…




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