September – the month that signifies summer’s swan song and autumn’s arrival, is in full gear. As wardrobes are prepared for the switchover, there are also significant interior design trends updates for the new season of Fall 2019.
Here, Home Decor Ideas chooses some of the interior design trends to follow regarding colour and style that will soon be flooding the pages of home magazines far and wide for you to decide which to bring back to your luxury home.
One of the summer’s key colour trends was Misty Blue, which, appropriately for autumn, develops into a tone darker though no less hazy. Heavy navy blue will still play a role in this autumn’s blue palette, but to really hit the interior design trend nail on the head, opt for hues that have a dustiness to them. Not only does this soften dark blue, but it picks up on the precise tone seen in the late afternoon sky when daylight turns to dusk and nightfall’s depth starts to encroach.
The new neutral for Fall 2019 has evident warmth to it because of the underlying pink tones, which offers gentle femininity and necessary cosiness for the season. Shades of Oyster need not always share the precious shell’s pearlescent shimmer but to fall on the pink-based side of ivory, white and cream. Build on an Oyster palette by referencing like-minded neutrals, such as taupe.
Back – To – Nature – Green
All of autumn’s core colours are inspired by nature’s landscapes. Dusk Blue looks to the sky, Oyster to the sea and shoreline, and with Back-To-Nature Green, you’re also transported back to land with a grounding, muted series of greens. Together, this team of tones bring an organic, wellness-centred character to the luxury design.
So much of the wooden dialogue of late has centred around antique, restoration, brown furniture, but autumn welcomes a change of conversation with greyed oak. Look out for classic oak coloured furniture design with a finish far more muted and washed to introduce a new character to any room.
Derived from the 1940s French architectural movement, Brutalism became a way of designing harsh-looking buildings with a heavy focus on concrete that will soon be favoured again in the world of furniture design. This is an aesthetic that has inspired interior design trends for decades, but in Fall 2019, the signature Brutalist principles of raw materials and strong silhouettes will come through thick and fast. Expect sculptures, objects and even patterns on rugs and cushions to cut a clear Brutalist reference.
Nature’s presence in the home is an interior design trend that repeats and repeats. This autumn, it is not simply the colours that are inspired by Mother Nature, but the form of the latest furniture design and home accessories too. Fluid, organic silhouettes and varied textures will take focus, providing schemes with discreet harmony.
This final interior design trend sits back so that autumn’s other key looks have little distraction… The lines in minimalism aren’t necessarily always fine, but they are simple, linear and calming. Minimalism can teeter into modern design, but by choosing designs that have the occasional, understated decorative embellishment – be it on a table’s legs, a lamp’s stem or the trimming on a sofa or armchair – there will be evident elegance that pulls it back from the abstract and the edgy.
Stay with us to discover more interior design trends