Get ready for the cold weather with these comfy and elegant home decor trends! Believe it or not, our beloved Summer is closer and closer to the end. And we should start welcoming the upcoming season with a whole new interior decoration. Start getting rid of the overly-patterned curtains and update your indoor plant collection: Winter is Coming!
While summer was all about flame color pallets, next season dark greens and blush pinks are expected to rise again due to their ability to blend with textured furnishings. Nature-inspired shades which follow the traditional Autumn colors will also be trending in the fashion and design industry, as well as statement materials like marble, velvet and brass. Take a look at the most expected Home Decor Trends for the next season!
The leaves outside may be changing but inside, things should be going green, especially walls. This elegant shade will become extremely popular next season, and can be used as a base or accent. In this project by Essential Home, styled-green wall coverings are matched with fully white curtains and a grey-toned marble floor.
What could ever be more comfortable than velvet? This fabric is extremely luxurious and welcoming for fall and winter due to its soothing and warm texture. In this interior design project by Brabbu for example, white velvet sofas are separated by two polished rectangular center tables while a contemporary rug lays underneath for extra comfort.
According to Country Living, brass is the new copper and will become a huge decor trendfor the upcoming season. In this bedroom design by DelightFULL, brass accents are used along the legs of a mid-century sidetable while shades of green and pink inhabit the walls. The dark wooden flooring is matched with grey textiles and a statement brass table lamp finishes up the look.
Pastel pinkshades will continue to be a huge hit next season. White interiors have become outdated, and designers around the world are incorporating different types of pink into interiors. Luxury brand Essential Home opt to use Pantone’s Ballet Splipper and Butterum in this vintage setting.
A patterned rug is placed underneath a set of two overstuffed armchairs, while a polished white and gold sidetable provides a unique retro vibe. The walls feature two different concepts, a beautiful contrast between shiny gold rose and white marble1