Ethnic motifs, darker tones and natural textiles are all the rage in the latest H&M Autumn Collection of 2017. Following on from international trends and seasons in the northern hemisphere, the Autumn Collection is set to inspire while embracing modern living in a simple, minimalist kind of way. Here’s an insider’s look at some of the hottest trends of the season.From the bathroom through to the bedroom, ethnic motifs and patterns are on trend, making their way into interior decor accessories of the season. We see them in luxurious towels and even curtains, bringing bold patterns to a Scandinavian-style bathroom retreat. Rustic charm and an intrinsic link back to nature seem to evident here, and work together as central themes carried throughout the collection. From raw and rustic wood, paired with rattan and woven finishes, the beauty of untouched wood is celebrated as a feature design element in the home. Cosy up with lush linens in darker prints and add a fun contrasting mustard tone to complete the look. Colours and tactility are in the spotlight at H&M this season, as extra attention is given to materials and textures to create a warm and inviting atmosphere. Darker tones with solid wood pieces and a woven rug are key elements to achieving balance. Choose accessories in muted tones, from ornate wooden bowls for decoration, along with vases and rustic pieces to bring depth and elegance to an Autumn home. We see the mustard must-have colour of the season continues into the living room, with bold scatter cushions taking centre stage. Nocturnal drama and rustic charm are key in this space. Earth tones, natural textiles and a neutral colour palette creates a beautiful autumnal blend of colour and style. Via
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