Autumn Interior Trends

We love changing up our environments to reflect the changing seasons. This week we've been scouring Pinterest for autumnal inspiration and have found some cozy home interior trends that have got us feeling inspired. Here are some of our favourite trends for updating your home this season.
1. Embrace colour
Update your colour scheme to embrace deeper tones, think dark and opulent colours like winter blues, forest greens and mustard yellows.
2. Create a snug
Create a tech-free sanctuary perfect for snuggling up with a good book and a cup of tea. Indulge in Hygge (the Danish concept of living cosily), think rich textures, warm lighting, natural materials and blankets in abundance. 
3. Woven textures 
Why not embrace the basket bag trend and style your home with a warming wicker lampshade, woven accessory or woven baskets which are especially great for storing blankets!
4. Extend the 'outdoor season'
If your lucky enough to have some outside space, why not make the most of it and adapt  for the changing seasons. Adding a fire pit (or electric heater), blankets and outdoor lighting makes for a great place to relax.
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Summer Home Interior Trends

With summer now in full swing we've been thinking about how to inject more sunshine into every aspect of life! We've been scouring Pinterest for inspiration and have found some beautiful home interior trends that have got us feeling inspired. Here are some of our favourite trends and tips for updating your home this season. 
1. Bringing the outdoors indoors 
 From splashes of green paint to indoor jungles, plants are taking over! Add a breath of life to your home with some tropical palms or cacti. 
2. Bold colours 
Plain walls have been replaced by vivid colours and prints, think emerald greens, deep blues, mis-matched patterns and palm prints. Why not embrace this trend with a feature wall or jazzy furniture?
3. The curated home
Your home is an extension of yourself, whether you have open shelves in the kitchen and lounge or a clothes rail in the bedroom, put your treasures on display - it's certainly easier to find things! 
4. Back to basics
Scandinavian minimalism meets traditional Japanese aesthetics. Declutter your home and fill it with natural materials such as wood, concrete, wicker and terracotta for a modern yet rustic feel. 
   *All images sourced on Pinterest

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