Autumn Is Here
Autumn is upon us (where has the year gone?) and we are ready for it. Whilst summer went much too fast in 2020, Autumn is the time of all things cosy, being able to relax indoors without needing an excuse to do so. It is the perfect time to enjoy your home interior and develop it further to suit your varying needs and tastes.
Scandi with a Twist
Scandinavian interior design has been around for a while now, and rightly so. It doesn’t look like it will be going anywhere fast this season either. Whilst scandi design often consists of muted and neutral tones, this AW20 all things colour is in, with primary colours being a popular choice to create a bold contrast inside spaces. Think burnt orange, deep blue and warm tones. Along with this autumnal scandi trend is a twist – graphics. Lines and contours within a room can have a huge impact, these paired alongside a laid back scandi vibe is a match made in heaven for the autumn-winter season.
Country is an interior design trend that returns nearly every year in the colder seasons. It is a versatile style that suits any type of property and blends in well with other styles. The warm, cosy atmosphere that country brings to a room is perfect for those autumn winter nights sitting on the sofa with a hot cup of cocoa. Sage green and earthy tones are in this year, bringing a natural element to any home and blending seamlessly with wooden materials.
Prints work all year round, whether it be on the walls, your cushions, throws or furniture. Prints bring depth and detail to spaces, making them feel more inviting and natural. Prints this AW20 season will be delicate but structured, with natural elements such as leaves, paisley and autumnal foliage playing a part.
Wooden interiors look clean and inviting throughout the seasons, but at no other time do they shine as well as in the autumn and winter months. Wooden colours and tones add depth to interior design and complement warm colours effortlessly. Walnut is the ultimate wood for this time of year, it is not only warm and inviting but durable and long-lasting. Wood can play a part in many elements of the home, including furniture, flooring and of course, skirting boards. Skirting boards direct offer a range of walnut materials and interior design pieces, including:
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After spending month after month at home during lockdown this year, a little interior design refresh is more than excusable. After all, it looks like many of us will be spending a lot more time in our houses in the long term future with the rise in working from home and social distancing curfews. Skirting boards direct would love to help you on your way to creating your new space this autumn-winter season. Browse our range of products online today or get in touch with us for further details.