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What to Expect from AW19 Interior Trends

Call us keen if you must, but we’ve started looking ahead to the interior design trends on the horizon for AW19. Your home is your haven, not only somewhere to kick back and relax but also somewhere you should be proud to call your home. Getting the colour scheme, textures as well as the feng shui just right is essential, and with each season comes new and exciting interior trends to integrate into your humble abode. Here are just some of the interior trends we’ll be adopting for AW19.

Ferm Living interior trends


Sustainability is effecting a plethora of industries, from fashion and food to energy and construction and now we're seeing it being firmly cemented into our interior design. With a focus on bringing the outdoors in , green is a big trend this autumn winter. We’re a big fan of the sage and olive tones bringing an authentic and natural quality to your home. Dark tones such as soft moss paired with grey slate bring a sophisticated edge to industrial textures in your home. Add a touch of greenery into your bathroom, an indoor herb garden to your kitchen or a dark green throw onto your bed to effortlessly embrace the trend.


Global influences continue to be a big trend for your interiors as we move into autumn winter this year. Globally inspired motifs, bold tribal prints, multi colour weaves and patchwork designs in textiles are just a few of the trends that we have to look forward to. As we see in other standout AW19 trends, nature provides big inspiration when it comes to textures in homeware. Handcrafted details are popular in pieces made from raw materials like wood grain which will be particularly popular this autumn winter. Update your soft furnishings with cushions, throws and duvets, or simply introduce light wood grain into your kitchen utensils.Ferm Living interior trends


Contrary to the bold and maximalist prints of the global influence trend, we’re seeing soft, creamy neutral and organic shades, teamed with light woods, ceramics and brass for soft minimalism. Giving a slight utilitarian vibe and mixing both matte pastel colours and light woods together we see rooms looking naturally warmer. Nude shades give off a calming and cosy aesthetic and work well particularly in living areas. Add a woollen throw in a neutral tone to your sofa or invest in a washed cotton duvet set to easily achieve the trend.   


Tapping into the sustainability trend, quality homeware with a long life cycle has become quite the priority among consumers. This autumn winter we’re in for a real influx of raw material inspired homeware, with marble, clay and glass in charcoal, terracotta and natural tones to particularly note. Often paired with luxurious materials like silk and velvet to add a distinctive edge to your interior design. Organic materials are embraced in their natural state and often look unfinished which emphasises the rawness of the trend.


Emma Bowkett
Emma Bowkett Writer and expert

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