After spending a lot of time outdoors during summer, people tend to stay at home more often when the weather gets cooler and windier. As a restorative place, we need to ensure the comfort and ambience of our homes. For this, many homeowners often seek out the assistance of an interior design professional. This is more important than many people know as unnecessary and overly aggressive colour choices can set the wrong moods at home, which can affect our emotions, productivity, and physical reactions. If your clients are looking to remodel their interior spaces this autumn, there are many trending fabric colours to consider and we are going to take a look at some of them now:
Trending Autumn Fabric Colours For Interior Home Design
Brave Ground- Brave Ground is the Dulux’s colour of the year for 2021 and it’s suitable for any autumn-inspired interior. Fabric with this earthy hue is suitable when combined with quality wooden furniture. You can easily pair it with a splash of bright red and yellow at certain parts of the room. When choosing Brave Ground as the primary colour for your interior fabric, it is important to focus on warmth, especially when snowfall is just a month away. It’s a timeless colour that you can continue using for years.
Comforting Neutrals- for a well-balanced and cosy feel all through the winter, it is recommended to incorporate comforting neutral colours in your clients’ home interior designs. These colours won’t go out of style because they match just about any traditional or contemporary interior design. A combination of Brave Ground with comforting neutral colours will elicit calming responses. Choose calming shades of grey, brown, green, and blue that work well for your interior space.
Russet Orange- Russet Orange is very much an autumn colour and brings the earthen warmth into any interior space. Many interior design professionals choose Russet Orange when they want to separate a home’s interior with the outside world.
Martini Olive- for a less bold and calmer interior design, Martini Olive can add sophistication and smoothness. For a better balance, you can mix Martini Olive with lighter shades of green, such as Pantone’s Forest Green, Mantis, or Apple.
Contact Create Fabrics
To learn more about the latest trends in furniture fabric colour, contact Create Fabrics today and speak with a fabric expert who will assist you and answer any questions you might have.
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