The three hottest AW19 interior trends

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Making the transition from summer to winter can be tough, with darker nights and low temperatures rolling in the ‘holiday blues’ can soon set in.

Autumn/winter 19 is all about keeping the home warm with colour and busy with texture to see you through the cold snap. Check out what trends we think you should be adding to your home this season.            

1. Butterscotch

Following London Fashion Week in February, Pantone announced the colours to watch in its AW19/20 palette and one that has taken interiors by storm is Butterscotch. A delicious golden yellow, everyone needs this vibrant neutral in their home and its set to leave the classic mustard trend behind.

If you fancy going all out with Butterscotch this season, we’re loving this Amicie sofa from MADE. Team it with soft neutrals, rich colourways and hints of metallic gold accessories to make your living space really pop.

But, if having a complete furniture overhaul isn’t for you, why not throw a few golden hue accessories into your décor and this John Lewis velvet cushion would be a great place to start on the Butterscotch trend. Or, try adding a rug to bring those warm, golden tones to your home.

2. International Influence

This season, home accessories are bringing style from around the globe with handcrafted finishes, tassels and embroidery bringing an authentic look to homes while keeping you in a jet setting state-of-mind as winter sets in.

This Allegheny throw from Wayfair would be a great addition if you’re looking to add the international influence or finish off your space with mosaic accents.  

3. Jewel Shades

Jewel Shades is the perfect trend for anyone looking to get creative with colour during Autumn/Winter. Filled with a rich, sophisticated palette of ruby red, sapphire blue and amethyst purple this decadent trend is well suited to those who love to clash colours and play with textiles.

Farrow & Ball’s Emerald Green is the perfect fit for anyone looking to transform their kitchen with Jewel Shades, as it brings the true colours of nature into your home, especially during the dark winter months. Or if you’re looking to keep your rooms neutral, why not shop around for a sofa in your favourite gemstone shade?

Plus, don’t forget accessories! This is where you can include those all-important textures of velvet and suede. Try a mis-matched footstool or a velvet lamp shade.