The autumn shift ushers us into a season brimming with nature, melancholy and a calmness we’ve been craving. Whilst the temperature may begin to drop, we may find warmth and solace in the simplicity of natural, trans-seasonal fibres and quality craftsmanship in the pieces that we adorn our home with.
This year we will relish in the composure of natural hues of grey, white, blonde and sage. Whilst subtle to show, they are rich in their application, a juxtaposition of stillness and depth.
Interiors trends sees provincial back in, but not in a traditional sense. Think paired back – a rural adaptation of classic design using hardy, textural and rustic materials and earthy colours. Venetian plaster, French wash, striped back floorboards and stone are complemented by natural fibres of linen and wool.
Furthermore, a strong emphasis on artesian craftsmanship. On trend and here to stay is the importance of slow movement. This translates to investment pieces purchased with intent. Quality design and sustainable workmanship is a non negotiable.
Perfect for the season
Introduce our favourite layering pieces from our collection:
Elle Decoration - Honfleur, Normandy. Photography Gaelle le Boulicat
Vogue Living - Axel Vervoort
Est Living - Audo residence Copenhagen by Norm Architects