As much as the style trends of the fashion industry are constantly changing from season to season, that is also true for home décor and design trends.
Here, for your stylish reading pleasure, are the top autumnal trends in home décor and design for 2021.
1. Antique Fireplaces
One of the biggest home décor and design trends coming up this autumn are antique fireplaces. Not only do antique fireplaces add a splash of glamor and sophistication to even a small and somewhat minimalistic room,
Antique fireplaces create a sense of warmth, coziness, and romance to the room. If you have decided to invest in an antique fireplace, ensure you consult with a professional and experienced supplier such as stonewoods.co.uk.
2. Dried Flowers
Dried flowers are not only beautiful, they are also eco-friendly!
Bringing the outdoors inside is a great way to surround yourself with nature and creates great energy in your space. Dried flowers in a clear glass vase makes any room more welcoming and inviting.
3. Japandi Style
Essentially, Japandi style is the fusion of the rustic simplicity of traditional Japanese design with the functionality and minimalism of Scandinavian design. Nature and art are a major feature of Japandi design which focuses specifically on clean lines, light neutral colors, and bright, well-lit spaces.
4. Rattan and Cane Furniture
Rattan and cane-based furniture are no longer purely just for the garden or your front porch and, this autumn, consider mixing it up with rattan chairs and tables for your living room and dining area.
Bookcases made from rattan and can be a stylish addition and even the focal point of any room. Rattan is hard-wearing and versatile as well as incredibly light to carry, making it the perfect choice for someone who enjoys regularly re-arranging a room.
5. Grandmillenial Design
Grandmillenial design is based on the super feminine style of the 1940s and 1950s with a modern, updated twist. It incorporates classic patterns and prints. Think antique-style china plates and bowls.
Gold highlights combined with pastel florals must be incorporated to achieve a true Grandmillenial designed aesthetic.
Kitchencore is a new design concept for 2021, combining the English meadow vibes of cottagecore décor with the more rustic styles of cabincore. Natural materials such as stained woods and dark color palettes are at the heart of kitchencore, as does the inclusion of the kitchen far more into the rest of the home.