1. Molten caramel
According to Domayne Style Insider, 'molten caramel' is the season's hottest hue. Draw inspiration from how Domayne have styled its latest Mac queen bed: the timber bed head and bed legs contrast remarkably against the bed base, which is upholstered in Zepel ‘Mega’ fabric in a deep charcoal colour.
Get the look from Domayne (Shop 26-34).
2. Technology free living rooms
There's no arguing that technology improves our way of life remarkably. However, there's something rather tranquil about creating tech free spaces in our homes as a key to connection and calm.
How to do this? Being mindful of your layout and how tech plays a role in it.
By setting certain spaces or times to unplug, or making the fireplace the living room focus instead of the TV, more room opens up for analogue ways of life like reading a book, entertaining friends and having a conversation.
The elemental trend is based around bringing the organic world inside, using nature as an inspiration through materials, textures and colours. In order to achieve elemental style, you can incorporate the likes of granite, slate and marble in the most natural colours. It is one of the most subtle trends which displays character and elegance.
4. The curated look
According to experts, the 'curated look' is the biggest design trend this Autumn. It is a liberating trend; the only rule is that you collect and display what you love. What something costs is irrelevant; whimsy and quirkiness are a plus.
5. Natural wood
Grouping warm-hued wooden furniture and natural textiles reinforces the sense of cozy shelter - perfect as the days get cooler!