End the year in style with Dovetail’s top three autumn/winter interior design trends for 2018!
The design industry has spoken! The hottest interior design trends for autumn/winter 2018 are making themselves known across the high street, from bright and bold geometric designs to warm and earthy tones. But which trends are really worth getting excited about? Here are Dovetail’s pick of the autumn/winter trends for 2018…
#1 Bright Shapes
These kaleidoscopic concoction of quirky shapes and vibrant colours are certainly a bold trend, yet remains fun and playful. Experiment with a variety of shapes, whether it be stripes, geometric or spots. Have the confidence to clash, and mix and match with a variety of colours. As long as you have fun, you can’t possibly go wrong!
Dovetail LOVES the use of bright shapes in the following collections…
• Axis Collection — Scion Wallpaper (click here)
• Elara — Vorwerk Carpet (click here)
• Alba Range — Cane Industries (click here)
#2 Pink, Pink, Pink!
From dusty to candy, pinks are all the range this autumn! The perfect antidote to the traditional earthy tones of fall, pink adds warmth and colour to any home. It also contrasts well with metallic shades and contemporary greys, so it is quite easy to incorporate into your home. Fun, flirty and fun, pink is the perfect way to brighten up your home.
Dovetail LOVES the use of pinks in the following collections…
• Chiswick — Duresta Club & Boutique (click here)
• Mirage — Duresta for Matthew Williamson (click here)
• Serendipity Prints — Blendworth (click here)
#3 Burnt Metallics
Of course, autumn wouldn’t be autumn without the warm, earthy tones of burnt copper and brass! The fiery, golden tones instantly provide elegance and rustic charm and provide that cosy, autumnal feel. Burnt metallics can be incorporated in both traditional and modern settings to enormous effect.
Dovetail LOVES the use of metallics in the following collections…
• Albert — Duresta for International Luxury (click here)
• Asuka Wallpaper — Harlequin (click here)
• Sonata Fabrics — Wemyss (click here)