Create ‘Moody’ Interior Trends This Autumn

As Autumn approaches were all looking at ways in which we can make our homes cosier, as the temperature drops and the dark nights set in. In our latest blog we take a look at 'Moody' interiors and how to incorporate these into you home decor.

Create ‘Moody’ Interior Trends This Autumn

Deep and dark

We have to say, this is one of the more exciting trends. Forget, bright white interiors, with Autumn fast approaching were looking forward to welcoming some warm and cosy hues.

Don’t be afraid of exploring ways to use deep, dark, mysterious tones-creating that versatility of colour in your home.

Having the right home environment can lift your mood and help to get you through these worrying and uncertain times, as we get used to the ‘new normal’.

Moody doesn’t have to mean sombre.

Get the light right

We know how important it is to create the perfect lighting within a room, especially when using these darker and moodier palettes – it’s about letting in just the right amount of natural light.

Good lighting can make or break an interior, but we believe natural light is perfection, but even this must be controlled in order to create the perfect ambience!

Take a look at our Twist® Roller Blinds, which create distinctive ambiance and privacy control in one.

Teal and dark blue are big in the moody interior trend. So much so, this year’s Pantone’s Colour of the Year, Classic Blue can instil calm, confidence and connection in any home. A timeless and enduring blue hue, is elegant in its simplicity.

Patterns should be kept to a minimum, a geometric motif or stylised animal print mirrors the style's casual confidence. Dark but rich, with lots of details, layers and textures is the way to go.

Calming hue

Although these colours could be considered cold, they also create a wonderfully calming atmosphere and can in fact, with the right textiles and accessories, transform a room into a charismatic and tranquil space.

Just make sure you keep your ceiling white to avoid the room feeling claustrophobic.

Or choose to add just a pop of colour with our beautiful Designer Roller Blinds, which come in a multitude of colours. This product complements this trend perfectly and you won’t have to darken your walls, for those who find it a little daunting.

Window treatments that lighten the look

If you’re worried that these darker shades will make your room look too dark, choose our light loving Silhouette® Shades to brighten things up. These technically advanced fabrics will enhance the natural light, whilst offering unspoiled views to the outside.

Need advice on choosing the right colour and style for your blinds? Contact your local Luxaflex ® showroom to get a free consultation.