Autumn Home Trends 2023

Written by: Emily Rayner

With the darker evenings rolling in and the cold rainy days keeping us snug inside, it’s the perfect time to look ahead to the cosiest of seasons and explore the upcoming home trends for autumn 2023.

With styling tips and a sneak peek on upcoming trends from our industry experts, explore the colour palettes, textures and overarching décor themes that are on the rise this year. It’s time to step into autumn and transform your space into the ultimate homebody retreat this pumpkin season.

Cosy Clutter

Autumn 2023 sees contemporary minimalism replaced by a welcoming and homely maximalist décor style where you can find peace and comfort as you snuggle up each evening. “Cosy clutter is all about creating a relaxing environment that embraces perfect imperfections of everyday life. Think less about a coffee table with one singular pumpkin perfectly positioned, and more about one upon which your favourite book is laid alongside a warming winter drink. A welcome glow cast by a flickering autumn candle, surrounded by charming felt pumpkins as you unwind to the sound of rain pattering on your windowsill” says Becky Tasker, PR Manager. This season is all about stepping away from the modern picture-perfect houses and instead embracing all the homely décor that makes autumn the cosiest season of them all.

An Autumn Storybook

Allow yourself to reminisce and immerse yourself in an autumn storybook filled with magic and wonder. Reading by the fire, baking warm autumn treats, and incorporating harvest festival activities from years gone by allows us to connect with our inner child and relive seasonal core memories. “Autumn is the perfect time to escape and fully switch off from everyday life. Romanticising the cosy season is a great way to look after yourself and your well-being, allowing yourself to rest and recharge throughout the colder months” says Nikita Norman, Campaign Manager. So, indulge in an autumn pamper evening, laugh with loved ones around an autumn feast, and snuggle up each evening with a cosy film and enjoy the natural magic of the season.