The latest colour trends for Autumn/Winter Interior Design

Have you ever wondered how interior designers and style gurus manage to predict ‘what’s in’ and create fashionable, inspirational rooms ahead of time?

Fashion designers, interior designers and even graphic designers take their inspiration from the ‘London Colour Palette’ and this season’s ‘in’ colours for Autumn/Winter in the UK were announced for new York Fashion Week back in February – so what does this season have in store?

The theme of the colour palette is confident and includes a mix of rich and warm tones.  The colours in the palette are easy to contrast with one another.

Get ready to be inspired by their latest rich and warm tones, to add the perfect mix of sophistication and comfort to your home.

Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director of the Pantone Color Institute, says:

“Colours for Autumn/Winter 2019-2020 range from easy and sophisticated to strikingly different and unique.  This palette of versatile hues builds a sense of empowerment and confidence.”

There are lots of new tones to explore throughout the new palette, from rich, warm reds to confident, bold blues, with a splash of mustard yellow. The range will contrast nicely in your home.

The above gives a snapshot, but you can check out the full range of the latest Pantone colours here: https://store.pantone.com/uk/en/articles/fashion-color-trend-report-new-york-autumn-winter-2019-2020.html

According to House Beautiful, we can also expect to see black making a resurgence, both in Furniture and Accessories this year.

Autumn/Winter will soon see new accessory ranges emerge making use of these colours, as well as classic looks that never go out of fashion.

As interior designers, we offer a range of not-on-the-high-street collections of furniture and accessories alongside skilled advice to ensure you achieve the look you want in your home – and the smallest investment in accessories can be deceptive, even with tight budgets.

Why not get in touch to see our latest collection of soft furnishings and home accessories?