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Autumn Trends with G Plan

Change is in the air as we transition out of summer and into the crisper Autumn months. We’ve selected our favourite interior trends for the season, as the days draw in and we turn our homes into a cosy retreat.

Classic Country

This reoccurring trend is one that is ever popular at this time of year and one that immediately transports us to a cosy spot in the country next to a roaring log burner. Warm tones are balanced with earthy textures to offer a tranquil, elegant space. Sage greens and mocha shades help to bring the countryside in, brought together by subtle leafy or woodland style patterns. Weave in soft furnishings such as knitted throws, wicker baskets and upholstered footstools to create an inviting space to curl up in. Explore fabric and leather sofas in our Chadwick and Sussex ranges to suit this style.

Top Image: G Plan Sussex Sofa, Bottom Image: Pinterest

Autumn Luxe

This dramatic trend brings a rich and luxurious feel to your living space, using darker colours and heavier fabrics to create a sense of opulence. Deep colour tones such as burgundy and midnight blue with velvet textures can be used on statement furniture pieces such as sofas or armchairs, with accents of burnt orange or mustard yellow for cushions and accessories.  Combine with mirrored or metallic details to complete this decadent look. Our Vintage collection beautifully complements this trend and has a variety of chaise sofas such as The Sixty Five, alongside accent armchairs within the Flint range for you to explore.

Top Image: G Plan Sixty Five Sofa, Bottom Image: Pinterest

Modern Rustic

A subtle blend of raw, natural textures combines with warm colour palettes to create a chic haven with this trend. Light wood tones in mid century modern style furniture with an open plan layout creates a sense of space and calm. Stone textures for lamp bases or vases can be softened with dried flower arrangements, alongside woven rugs and baskets. Whilst colour palettes tend to remain relatively neutral for walls, inject colour into fabric choices for your sofas or cushions such as chocolate browns, copper and ochre. Clusters of candles and tealights and use of fragrance in your favourite scented diffusers can accentuate the feeling of warmth and serenity. Our newest ergonomic chairs such as Vida and Kalix are ideal for this trend, offering beautiful wooden veneer detailing alongside contemporary design details such a motorised footrest for unquestionable comfort.


Top Image: G Plan Vida Chair, Bottom Image: Pinterest

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