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Top Trends for Autumn 2021

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Top Trends for Autumn 2021

The arrival of September means one thing at Alice Molloy Interiors… autumnal trends. This season, we see more and more emphasis on comfort, function and bringing our natural environment indoors.  Here, find the seven trends which will be huge for the next season. 


Over the past 18 months, our homes have had to completely adapt to our needs. Remote working is due to continue, therefore the need for more permanent work from home spaces. Ideal for those without a lot of space, the trend is all about blurring the boundaries between areas. This can be achieved using separating doors through to using multi-purpose furniture and accessorises.

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Biophilic Design is all about bringing the natural environment indoors. With individuals spending much of their time inside, it’s important to bring nature to our interior space. As well as being aesthetic, Biophilic Design has been shown to boost mood, reduce feelings of stress and encourage concentration. An easy and effective way to bring this design to your home is through indoor houseplants. With it boosting concentration, think about upgrading your home office with a little bit of life.


This A/W is all about making the most out of your home, including beautifully styled curated corners. This is a chance to bring out all your favourite décor items, making your home look like a real-life magazine.

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Organic, natural materials play a key part this Autumn, with materials such as concrete, exposed brick and rattan adding depth to homes. Have a neutral-themed home? Layering up various textures and shades within a set colour palette creates depth and comfort.


At Alice Molloy Interiors we love to see the increasing importance on sustainability each season. There will be a continued focus on ethical practices and eco-conscious materials. 


In reference to Biophilic Design, shades of green are in this Autumn, bringing nature indoors through colour. The images below show Farrow and Balls colour of the year, Sap Green and WGSN Spring Green. 


This trend is all about blending the old and the new. Think about blending timeless wooden furniture with you latest marble pieces. 

Feeling inspired by the latest trends? Enquire now to see how we can curate your dream space.

Jade Jimmieson,

Junior Interior Designer