Together with colourful autumn comes new interior trends. It is time to start refreshing and creating a home, where it would be cozy and beautiful this autumn season. Colours have the biggest impact when creating a new style for your home. This autumn season trend is all about the colours such as deep, dark shades of blue and green. Can not forget about neutral shades, for example, grey or blush pink, which go along with bright accent. Below you will find the most important trends for this autumn season and our picked pictures for inspiration.

Teal blue colour

An uplifting tone that sits between turquoise and blue, teal is the perfect shade to use to give a room a brighter aspect. It works particularly well when combined with fresh white and looks fantastic with pale wood. 

 

 Emerald green colour

For a dramatic look opt for a deep shade of emerald green, or if you prefer a more serene space then choose a hue a few tones lighter. It's a luxurious colour that looks great teamed with blush pinks and copper accessories.

Colour blocking

If you can't choose a single colour for a room, why not opt for a selection? This 'colour blocking' trend is when you can pick several contrasting shades together for extra impact. Our advice, keep the floor in white or grey tones for the balance.

Velvet 

New interior trend - super soft to touch velvet with elegant finish gives all colours a vibrant feel. If you don't want to invest in a sofa, opt for some plain velvet cushions or a throw instead.

 

Plants

Create your own collection this autumn by using them in every corner of your home. Not only do they filter the air for you, they also add the most perfect decorative element to a home. 

Fair colours lovers

If dark tones aren't your thing, then opt for this super pretty millennial pink. It's mood-enhancing colour, goes with everything, and will work in any room. Match with sky blue, grey and white colours.

Back to nature

Beautiful ceramics, jute rugs, woven lampshades and linen tablecloths create a natural atmosphere in home. This trend is all about natural elements being used together.

Pictures are from pinterest.com