There's no shortage of stylish homeware and home accessories to covet this autumn, from River Island's debut homeware collection (opens in new tab) to Bethan Gran's collection for Anthropologie (opens in new tab), plus these smoking hot new season interiors collections (opens in new tab). We've seen Farrow & Ball release new paint shades (opens in new tab)at the annual London Design Festival (opens in new tab), and we've seen gorgeous wild floral pattern (opens in new tab) make its way from Sanderson's wallpapers onto Radley bags (opens in new tab), from Morris & Co's archived prints onto H&M's clothing (opens in new tab), and even fashion brandShrimps have transferred their designs onto Habitat homeware (opens in new tab). Aside from plenty of scalloped shapes (opens in new tab),fringing (opens in new tab) and a touch from the cosmos (opens in new tab), one of the biggest trends we're seeing is autumn florals, and finding cool and unusual ways to bring the outdoors in (opens in new tab) – yes, even in cooler weather.
Here are some of our favourites...
1. PEN PAL
It was watching his wife, a professional calligrapher, work that inspired Tom Gyrof Tom’s Studio, tocreate these beautiful nib holders. Made in collaboration with Dorset wildflower artist Wilder + Wren, pressed flowers are set in aneco resin, complemented by a solid brass tail handcrafted on Tom’s Fifties lathe.
Prices start at £185 for a 17cm-long holder,tomsstudio.co.uk (opens in new tab)
See Also:DECORATING TRENDS: WILD FLORALS (opens in new tab)
2. SCULPTED SHAPES
We love this abstract table sculpture,not only for its striking shape and pleasing linesbut also for its accessible price tag.
Circles sculpture, H38.5xW32xD19.5cm, £115, House Doctor at amara.com (opens in new tab). Carter console, H80xW160xD42cm, £795, neptune.com (opens in new tab). Georgie Girl wallpaper, £85 a roll, charlottegaisford.co.uk (opens in new tab).
3. SWEET DREAMS
Soft to the touch and charmingly pretty, the pure cotton Giselle bedlinen set in Pink from Sophie Conran features an exquisite embroidered borderwith a climbing floral motif.
This set includes two pillowcasesand a duvet cover, with prices starting at £132 for a double,sophieconran.com (opens in new tab)
See Also:WHAT’S HOT: ALL THE INTERIOR TRENDS FOR 2019 (opens in new tab)
4. NEXT LEVEL
The beauty of the Calligaris Circles shelving unit lies not justin its up-to-date blush pink tone, but also in its multiple display options. Perfect for that potted plant display. Want delicate goods out of reach from the kids? Simply pop them up top. Need to charge your smartphone close to the wall socket? Go low. Talk about being good-looking and reliable…
£397, calligaris.com (opens in new tab)
5. FERN LOVE
We’re calling it –garden lovers and horticulturalists everywhere will be going plant potty for this hand-sculpted Fern vase. Fill with your best blooms and double your floral impact in one green-glazed go. Nice!
£38,oka.com (opens in new tab).
6. CAN-DO ATTITUDE
At Swedish brand Garden Glory, you won’t find a single peep of hosepipe-green. Nope, its garden accessories are a bit bolder than that. Case in point, the divine Diamond watering can in Rusty Rose – one to show off outside even if the great British summer takes care of the watering.
£65, amara.com (opens in new tab)
Lotte is the Digital Editor for Livingetc, and has been with the website since its launch. She has a background in online journalism and writing for SEO, with previous editor roles at Good Living, Good Housekeeping, Country & Townhouse, and BBC Good Food among others, as well as her own successful interiors blog. When she's not busy writing or tracking analytics, she's doing up houses, two of which have features in interior design magazines. She's just finished doing up her house in Wimbledon, and is eyeing up Bath for her next project.
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