The Autumn/Winter 2023 homeware and furniture trends are all about creating a sense of cosy comfort in your home. From warm and inviting colours to soft and tactile textures, there are plenty of ways to transform your space into a sanctuary this season.
In this blog post, we’ll take a look at some of the top trends to watch out for, as well as provide some tips on how to incorporate them into your own home. So whether you’re looking to give your living room a makeover or add a few finishing touches, here’s the inspiration you need.
Lounge furniture and decor
It’s a mixture of dark and light colours as the backdrop for autumn/winter styling this year. One thing that is standing out is texture. Warm blankets, soft rugs and plenty of cushions to keep cosy when the temperature drops.
I love the styling of the glam collection at M&S with a hint of mid-century styling. You can easily see the mid-century style ques in each of the pieces, just updated with a modern touch.
Soft materials such as this rug, blanket and super cosy chair from Dunelm will make you feel warm this winter.
It’s always nice to add a few autumnal touches throughout the home. Hobbycraft has many cute little decorations that can just finish off the styling perfectly.
Bedroom furniture and textiles
As always with autumn/winter, it’s all about being comfortable. Bringing in natural elements to the bedroom such as wood and plants is a great way to keep your bedroom looking modern.
Turn your bedroom into a sanctuary with a hint of mid-century styling in this new collection from Marks and Spencer. The one thing I can absolutely recommend is the apothecary range of candles. Oh my, they smell amazing and are a great way to relax and unwind.
You’ll always find amazing soft bedding at Dunelm, it’s one of my favourite places for textiles. The styling of this blue colour looks brilliant alongside the navy headboard of the bed and stylish artwork pieces. Bringing in shades of the same colour makes the look feel cohesive.
Kitchen and dining
Whether you’re entertaining or everyday cooking, you can bring a sense of the seasons into your kitchen with serveware, dishes and decor pieces. I’ve got a few autumnal casserole dishes that I get out every year instead of my standard ones and I always love the look of them.
I’m always a big fan of dinnerware from Next, especially when it comes to autumn. I own a few pumpkin-shaped dishes and they’re now my favourite to get out year after year. They not only look great on a shelf in the kitchen but even better when served up on a dining table with food.
Keeping to a fresh and bright style, George Home have some nice dinnerware for A/W23. These are a great update and will look great with alfresco dining in the summer, to warm cosy diners in the winter.
Small and affordable pumpkin dishes and dinnerware? Tick! I really like this collection from Primark and they’ve definitely got something that can be used year after year.