Fashion has a tremendous influence on interiors, with interior trends often originating from the catwalk. It was previously recognised that it took up to two years for catwalk looks to trickle down to interiors, however as interiors and fashion are becoming more fast paced the trends in both worlds are intertwining.
London fashion week was as inspiring as ever, showcasing the key looks for Autumn/Winter 2017/18.
A main trend for Autumn/Winter 2017/18 interiors is Midnight, a look inspired by the dark of the night. Faceted shapes, prominent motifs and a strong contrast of textures and fabrics create the illusion of twilight. Navy, silver and burgundy epitomise this trend with hints of sparkle. On the catwalk, Antonio Berardi, Roland Mouret and Jasper Conran showered us with fabulous glitz, velvet and chic sheens.
Block colours such as navy alongside burgundy sits well within a bedroom environment. Style Studio’s Banlight FR Navy vertical blinds, paired with burgundy soft furnishings create a strong Midnight vibe.
A huge trend for Autumn/Winter 2017/18 interiors, also moving into 2018/19 is Urban Graphic. Geometric designs dominate this trend with solid shapes broken up by texture and linear detail, utilising colours found on the street including concrete, pewter, black and turmeric.
Style Studio’s Bute Charcoal and Iona Charcoal roller blinds are perfect for this trend as their textural qualities are representative of the urban landscape.
Metallic Luxe will lead both AW17/18 and SS18, and is forecasted to be around for a while. Subtle and textural, the inclusion of metallic elements for this trend is done in a stylish yet understated way. Metallic yarns woven into cloth give a subtle shimmer and scattering of sparkle. Huishan Zhang introduced key colours we have predicted for AW, gold, silver and rose with Julien MacDonald and Erdem bringing sparkle and shine.
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Image credits: London Fashion Week: Antonio Berardi, Burberry, Erdem, Huishan Zhang, Julien MacDonald, Mary Katrantzou, Mulberry and Roland Mouret