Top home decor trends for autumn 2023

Are you considering upgrading your home this season? Whether your bathroom is looking lacklustre, your living space needs a splash of colour or you are wondering which palette will keep your kitchen on-trend, here are our top home decor styles inspired by autumn.

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Inky blue everything

The deep inky blues we have seen throughout the year are not going anywhere this autumn. A versatile and beautiful way to make a statement within your space, try out this top trend as either an accent or a statement. Apply ultramarine to a feature wall to upgrade your living room or paint panelling for a pop of colour. You could use this shade for upcycling projects or draw it into a more neutral space with accessories such as cushions, paintings or rugs. This bold and beautiful blue can be accented with gold, cream and green foliage across your room for a truly luxurious look.

The statement door

Don’t forget to consider your home’s entrance when restyling. As it is the first thing your visitors will see, revive your front door’s paintwork ahead of the wintertime. Choose a charcoal grey or sage to stay on trend, or keep it neutral with a fresh coat of white, black or cream paint. For those looking to upgrade their front door entirely, check out high-quality UPVC doors Hereford and the surrounding area. UPVC doors Hereford and beyond can be pre-painted in a range of colour options, from neutral tones to a bold statement colour.

Warmth with wood

Tie in rattan furniture, wooden wall panelling and wooden accessories with a neutral, earthy colour palette to stay on-trend this season. Pair wooden tones with creams, sage greens, whites and beige shades for a calming nature-inspired space.

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Sustainable design pieces

Sustainable materials and eco-conscious design is coming to the forefront this autumn. Consider your furniture and accessories carefully and opt for eco-friendly materials and fabrics for the season and beyond. Upcycle secondhand furniture, use natural woods and flooring, add foliage and repurpose where you can to achieve this on-trend look.