AW22 interiors trends, inspiration and how to get the look

AW22 interiors

Ready for Autumn Winter 2022? Let me set the scene. Picture getting cosy on a boucle sofa between textured cushions and throws. A lit fireplace inundates the room with that nostalgic, musky scent. The dining table is dressed with rustic crockery, burgundy candlesticks and traditional patterned fabrics.

So, if this doesn’t give you that warm and cocooning feeling, I don’t know what will. Therefore, as we approach the last stretch of summer, we’re diving into AW22 interiors trends to help get you ready for changing seasons. 

When flipping through lookbooks, I’ve spotted dark colour combinations, lots of texture and raw finishes, and a focus on wood. So, how can you recreate this cosy feeling in your rooms?

Firstly, the colour palette you should follow is dark and moody. Secondly, add subtle pops of colour through forest green, burnt terracotta, dusky pink, navy blue and chocolate brown. Lastly, go for a neutral backdrop in your rooms and follow this colour range to add interest.

In the kitchen-diner you can go all out and choose dark traditional cabinetry. But why not pick a rustic, industrial style table set perfect for cosy family dinners? Spice up your autumnal tablescape with cream and dusky rose table linen, colourful crockery, aged candlesticks and burgundy foliage in textured vases.

In the bedroom or living area, it’s time to layer up. The more cushions and throws on your beds, sofas or armchairs, the cosier the room will feel. Therefore, mix and match complementing shades such as deep green and amber, patterns and textures for a comfortable snooze spot. What’s more, you can add an extra layer of comfort through rugs and set the mood with help from ambient lighting.

Lastly, in your bathroom, you can set a cosy atmosphere with wooden accessories, linen curtains and sandalwood aromatherapy.

So, I’ve put together an inspiration gallery brimming with ideas to help you recreate the look at home. However, keep in mind that most of the AW22 interiors products will be available from September. Now let’s begin, shall we?

Get the AW22 interiors look in your kitchen-living-diner

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Cotswolds Cottage Autumn 2022 collection, Kintaro crockery range in green, from £40, available from September at Oka.
rustic dining room
Natural Jefferson pine 4 seater bench dining set, £750, Next.
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Habitat Afterglow Living, available from September.
cosy home office
Crown AW22 Colour Influences, Define – Winter Cherry and Endeavour walls and ceilings matt emulsion, from £18 for 2.5 litres. 
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Chilson coffee table, £490; Fireside set of 4 tools on a wall rack, £90, and Fulbrook arched mirror, £200, all from Garden Trading.
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Flynn armchair, £249, Ruby armchair, £299, Scarlett large 3 seater sofa, from £1199, all from M&S. Available from September.
Comfortable living room
Nested check brown cushion, £20, Storage basket £40, and Natural fur throw, £20, all from George Home.

More AW22 interiors inspiration

Cosy bedroom
John Lewis & Partners Rattan storage bedside table, £175; Rattan cheval mirror, £150; Ercol for John Lewis Shalstone bed frame, £1199, and Piglet in Bed Linen, from £39, all from John Lewis & Partners. Available from September.
Autumnal bedroom
Abigail Ahern in collaboration with Hillarys, curtains from £176. Available from September.
Rustic bedroom
Catalina metal bed frame with footend, from £350 for a double, Next.
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Sax vertical, from £532, The Radiator Company.
AW22 interiors
John Lewis & Partners Decorative border marl hand towel, £17, White marble bathroom accessories tray, £20, and Rattan cheval mirror, £150, all from John Lewis & Partners. Available from September.

In conclusion, don’t hold back on dark or neutral colour palettes, natural materials and textures, and rustic furniture and decor to achieve this moody AW22 interiors look. So, I hope you are now ready to embrace this autumnal look in your home.

Need more inspiration? Check out these kitchen and bathroom trends we spotted at Milan Design Week.

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