Autumn has finally arrived, and we can’t wait to help you get in the mood for a cosy night in. As we ease into the colder months, the bright colours from outside start to turn darker, so let’s kick off autumn with nature-inspired interiors, earthy tones, the 90s inspired pieces and some gorgeous oak floors to cheer things up a bit. Let’s dive in and take a look at the trendiest designs, colours and interiors autumn has to offer…

Nature-inspired Palettes

After spending  18 months indoors due to lockdown, it’s no surprise that people are looking to bring harmony and peace into their living space. And with this autumn trend, your home will be the ultimate chill-out zone.

Are you wondering how to bring the outdoors into your home? Combine sage greens and diffused greys to get a nature-inspired look. These two colours work best on your walls as they instantly create a calming space. Pair with soft mustard and bursts of blue to add some excitement. And does anything shout cosy more than fluffy throws? Finish off your room with terracotta coloured throws and organic cotton curtains to tie your home together.


Herringbone flooring with woodstove fireplace

Credit: @Sophie James


Reading Corners 

Autumn is all about getting cosy, and you’ll often find yourself tucked up on the sofa with a good book. Bring this autumn trend into your home by finding a quiet corner or windowsill where you can get lost in your favourite novel.

Armchairs and beanbags are a great fit for a small space, they’re cosy, comfy and you can sink into them and chill out all day. You’ll find yourself looking out the window on a cold day and wonder if you ever need to step outside again. Introduce some mood into your corner with woven floor lamps.

For the ultimate reading corner, we recommend you use leftover planks to create a window seat. It’s easy, cost-efficient, and makes a lovely corner for you to wind down on a rainy afternoon.


window seat with pillows and light oak herringbone flooring

Credit: @house_opus_38


All Things 90s

Another day, another 90s inspired trend. The 90s have made a comeback this autumn with vibrant lights, airy spaces and peachy chairs. Let’s dig deeper and find out what you need in your home this autumn to get this retro look.

  1. Neon

Be playful with your interior and add some quirky neon lights to your walls. Neon has become a huge trend lately because it’s fun, bright and uplifting. Exactly what we all need in our lives after this past year. Include a mixture of pinks and oranges to brighten up your space. And if you’re willing to go the extra mile, cover your wall with neon lights to turn your room into a nightclub.

  1. Peaches & cream

Peachy furnishings have made a comeback this year and have graced at least one of the spice girl’s homes. Choose peach-coloured armchairs to bring back the 90s nostalgia to your home. Pair with fluffy cream pillows and golden décor to give your space the wow factor.

  1. Blonde wood 

If you’re redecorating your kitchen this autumn, wooden flooring is a fantastic choice. Choose light oak to create an airy feel to your space. The 90s was all about openness, so decorate your kitchen with blonde oak lacquered planks for a spacious and natural room.

  1. Dark oak 

On the flipside to blonde oak, dark oak is also back this autumn with gorgeous kitchen worktops and rustic living room floors. Create the ultimate cosy space with dark parquet flooring. The versatile pattern will instantly modernise your space while making your sanctuary look extra cosy.

Velvety Goodness

Velvet comes and goes in the world of interiors,  and luckily, it’s still with us this autumn. Velvet is a material that has been revived after generations. It’s classy and has been a key element in contemporary décor.

Emerald green and sea blue are the top trending colours this autumn as we’ve seen on We’ve seen so much we can see it staying on trend for the year 2022. Velvet adds a playful feel to your home with its luxurious feel. It comes in many shapes and sizes ranging from couches and nostalgic British décor. Velvet works particularly well with linen and cotton throws, you want to show off your interior, right? Rich quilted velvet armchairs will look great in your living area if you want to achieve a traditional look. You can decorate it with almost anything from 70s inspired coffee tables to pineapple lamps.


terracotta velvet sofa with light herringbone flooring

Credit: @roselea.cottage


We hope these autumn trends have given you some inspiration for your next home idea. Let us know what you think by tagging us in your autumn-inspired homes using the hashtag, #myluxuryfloor. We can’t wait to see your ideas!