Posted by on September 19, 2019

As the autumn draws in, the leaves start to fall and the cold weather is coming, the end of the year looming upon us. Many of us retreat into our homes looking for warmth, comfort and a safe habitat away from the dark brash winter nights.

Here at Grove House, we’ve hand-picked some of the best autumnal aesthetics to give you some inspiration; ensuring you stay on trend with the latest styles for the 2019/20 season.

When nature calls…

One of the latest themes which seems to be growing in popularity is ‘bringing the outside in.’ The idea of connecting with nature using tropical leaf patterns, a variation on the already popular floral print, influenced by the great outdoors is big this season.

Materials like bamboo, wicker, jute and rattan will have a strong presence in interior; teamed with a bold colour or pattern along with greenery and quirky, individualised accessories can give your home a unique creative flair.  

Art Deco…

Rose, blush and vintage dusty pinks seems to be the colour palate everyone is crying out for this season.

The revival of 1920s glamour is strong, with gold and brass accents, deco coupe glass and velvet furniture contrasting against dark mahogany wood. Why not throw in some fringes and trims to finish off the look? Be bold, and channel your inner Great Gatsby.

Get Cosy…

A necessity for this time of year is undoubtedly warm knit blankets, furry throws and comfy cushions. Knitted accessories are on-trend this season not only in the home, but on the runways and fashion stores too.

Look out for thick, chunky knits and wool blends. You could even go super kitshe and ask your Grandmother to create you something that you can treasure forever.

Colour on point – Neo Mint…

According to many trend forecasts, the colour of 2020 will be neo mint. This cool toned colour is set to be a big hit this season.

Whether it’s a statement wall, accessories or teamed with other muted candy colours; the soft and subtle shade is gender neutral which has a soothing and calming effect. Decorate your bedroom or living room to aid a relaxed atmosphere.

Whether you’re looking to update your home to match the autumn/winter season or simply add a few key pieces, there are tons of new ideas that can easily be added. Stay tuned for more inspiration and key trends over the next few weeks here at Grove House.